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JasonG last won the day on March 21

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About JasonG

  • Rank
    Skagit Bro
  • Birthday 12/30/1974


  • Occupation
    Fisheries Biologist
  • Location
    Mount Vernon
  1. questions Questions about new forum software?

    It's there, just different @cgolden123 . Thanks for bearing with the site!
  2. questions Questions about new forum software?

    So.... @cgolden123, things are a bit different than on the old site. There is no home of TRs per se, they are filed under the various geographic forums, intermingled with other posts. To find them all in one spot you need to go to the link Oly posted above. Does that help?
  3. questions Questions about new forum software?

    are you logged in when you get this message @cgolden123? And you're talking about the trips/posts listed on the sidebar?
  4. [TR] Mt. Rainier - Ptarmigan Ridge 6/25-27/2011

    This is hard to wrap my mind around.
  5. [TR] Spider - Arachnophobia 12/3/2011

    That is amazing. Thanks for the continued stoke @danhelmstadter
  6. [TR] Mt. Buckner - trifecta 7/24/2011

    That's a lot of ground to cover in a day. Amazing
  7. Dan Helmstadter TRs - Photo restoration

    This is awesome @olyclimber. There is a whole bunch of people that probably have no idea of the amazing extent of @danhelmstadter first descents.
  8. Got this magazine today

    My inner Scot is rejoicing with you on your successful quest.
  9. nice @olyclimber! Way to bring Dan's adventures back to life!
  10. I wish the pics still showed!!! I totally forgot about Dan's descent of ABP, thanks @G-spotter. I remember looking down that face....I don't see how anyone could ski it and live. But that's Dan for you.
  11. Any climbing mentors???

    @Njy18, if this post doesn't get you the mentors you are looking for I'd recommend joining either Washington Alpine Club, BoeAlps, or the Mountaineers and getting involved in their courses. All could be a great place to find people to help with your quest.
  12. Bear Mountain: The Diamond

    At least one of those chimneys is overhanging where it meets the summit ridge, plus it is completely enclosed, bombay style. I remember climbing up to the top of it and dropping rocks down the Diamond. They didn't touch anything for a long, long time. Such a wild area.
  13. Applauding risk acceptance beyond your own limits

    But quantifying risk is Y incidence per X events. We have data on the accidents, but do we know the number of events that it took to produce those accidents? That is what @olyclimber is getting at I think.