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  2. I used him to do some modifications to a pack and to build a holster for my alpine rock hammer. I was very pleased with the work and the price was very reasonable plus he picked up and delivered to my doorstep.
  3. Hello! I started my business High Mountain Gear And Repair in Seattle last year repairing textiles and outdoor equipment. I have since expanded to creating my own outdoor equipment, crag development products, and Ice Equipment Sharpening Service! I have a studio in Ballard, and currently the turn around for Sharpening Services are 1-4 days turn around. If you have equipment that needs repaired, or custom ideas needing made, I work at a reasonable $30/hr. I work on lightweight and heavy duty fabrics including leather, and have a lot of fabric available for sale by the yard for your own usage. Please check out my website at High Mountain Gear And Repair or my instagram page at @highmtngearnrepair to see my current offerings of products and services. Sharpening Prices Set Of Crampons $40 Crampon Front Point $5 Ice Pick $7 Standard Steel Screw $9 Cut Throat Steel and Aluminum Screws $17 Lettering $1 per letter Kyle Willis High Mountain Gear And Repair 1425 Broadway #475 Seattle, WA 98122 6147470500 POSEIDON.mp4
  4. I’ve got two of these, still totally new, each for $100. Great deal!Pickup in Seattle, or slap on $10 to be shipped in the USA.
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  6. wanted to buy BD Eldorado Tent

    I have an original Bibler Eldorado W/ vestibule in mint condition if interested.
  7. free Old AAC volumes

    message sent.
  8. free Old AAC volumes

    Attention climber bibliophiles... I have a number of older American Alpine Club annual journals looking for a new home. Most are in very good condition. Volumes for years: 1958, 1972-78, 1981, 1983-2001, index volume covering 1929-1976 Free if picked up. Reasonable donation would be appreciated. Location: Olympia, WA
  9. Looks real boney at the bottom for you guys from the couple times I've done it. Chock stone was covered as well. Top corner looks typically dry though. Nice job guys. It is a climb I really enjoy. Easy modern mixed and dry tooling on some nice granite. This is Craig at the entrance we used and a line drawing of where it was. Bit more snow on the chock stone Never was sure where Ade's party entered. Figured they traversed over to the same gully entrance. Ade's photo below. We went up the little gully at the black dotted line both times.
  10. Local to Leavenworth but can do pickup in the Seattle area as well. https://www.mountainproject.com/forum/topic/118248732/fs-ice-screws-scarpa-boots-helmet-black-hole-duffel-mens-l-jackets
  11. I am interested in Climbing Rainier as well. I have been above the DC a few years back but had to turn back due to weather. I've been looking to make another attempt. I have all gear necessary except rope. I'm going to Banff from July 10-17 but am available after the 24th through mid September.
  12. Note, most tarps do Not have a center tie up under for a trekking pole. If want that must put it in.
  13. http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/weather/ice-climber-killed-by-small-avalanche-in-colorado-idd/ar-BBZ651v?ocid=iehp
  14. Weather speculation

    Thursday---today, mt Baker ski area and road up to it was closed , 4 inches of rain in 24 hours. Mt Baker website thinks its ski conditions will be good as it is going back to colder. In mt Vernon thursday 10pm(now) temp is 50 degrees F, very warm.
  15. Dee Molenaar has passed at 101

    That explains the lack of fine silverware
  16. $300 via F&F on Pay Pal NIB binding
  17. Tajikistan

    Hey Jesus, If you could pass on the name of that agency and what you did for accommodations I would much appreciate it. Thanks, Sam
  18. Weather speculation

    This morning it's 33F at Snoqualmie Pass and 35F at Paradise. Muir is offline again. The good news is that this helps consolidate the snowpack so it's more stable and lasts longer in the spring.
  19. Brand new Montane Iridium Hoodie (tags still attached!) selling for $70. A lightweight stretch technical alpine hooded fleece with a ceramic print on the exterior to increase durability. Designed for fast mountain assaults to be worn either on its own or as a layering piece under a hard shell or a softshell jacket. Size S, weight 370g, normal retail $165. Buyer pays shipping. Selling because i have too many fleece jackets. Pics here: https://imgur.com/a/jn7Sj81
  20. [TR] Selkirks - High Traverse (III 5.4) + Harrison Peak 08/18/2018

    We are very happy to know that you are not dead yet. Welcome back!
  21. [TR] Selkirks - High Traverse (III 5.4) + Harrison Peak 08/18/2018

    Hi Jason I seem to inadvertently keep trying, but not dead yet!
  22. [TR] Selkirks - High Traverse (III 5.4) + Harrison Peak 08/18/2018

    Nice TR! More fun to be had going either direction from Roothan to Harrison. But gotta say the Beehive is also a stand out at better logistics..
  23. for sale Scarpa Alien 1.0 size 29

    Thanks. Glad the info inspired and may be helped out some. Did this for myself just recently. First two years of the blog. 5 volumes, 2000+ pages, fullsize color photos, coffee table size and hard bound. Kinda fun Amazes me that CT still gets read daily with 5.5 millions reads to date.
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