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paramagic

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  1. wanted to buy WTB: W's size 8.5 3-season boots

    https://bellingham.craigslist.org/spo/d/bellingham-raichle-mammut-ladies/7510001926.html
  2. Like new, $180. I wear a street 9.5 - 10 U.S.
  3. New, blue, 850 down, $200 pics to your email http://www.brooks-range.com/Drift-30-Sleeping-Bag-p/5019.htm
  4. sold! FS Gregory Alpinisto 35

    SOLD
  5. sold! FS Gregory Alpinisto 35

    Very little use, in excellent condition. Yellow, medium. $60 plus shipping
  6. Do you still have these?
  7. Lightly used pair of La Sportiva Nepal Evo GTX men's size 42.5 US 9.5 in excellent condition, trade for a 43 or possibly 43.5. Will consider selling, $300 obo
  8. FS/Trade- Men's La Sportiva Nepal Evo GTX 42.5

    Price reduced $280, obo
  9. Great crampon compatible boot for Cascade mountaineering. Excellent condition, $100 obo. Lowa Cevedale
  10. WTB- Hilleberg Nammatj 3

    That's what I want...
  11. Excellent condition save for the patch on the back, my bummer your savings. Men's Small 2012 version. $100 plus shipping.
  12. Five Ten Newton, size 9

    Like new, $50 plus shipping
  13. Nice job guys, Phil following in Fred's footsteps
  14. SOLD: Mountainsmith Day Lumbar Pack

    I have another just like for sale, same price
  15. Planning an Aconcagua trip... How hard can it be?

    You can roll in to Mendoza and arrange everything there. Super friendly people. Everything except your overnight gear for a couple nights at Confluencia, the rest up by mules. Pretty easy to arrange logistics. Suggest base camp camping by the refugio, more quiet, less puke/piss (and remember people have been doing that in that base camp site for many years). Helipad will be your a.m. alarm clock. Sense of accomplishment arranging a climb like this, but as for the actual climbing I found that my time in Mendoza was more memorable (wine, steak, beautiful friendly women). If I had it to do over, I'd take the time off/cash for Aconcagua and instead go to Ecuador, Bolivia, or Peru and climb several mountains, eat the guinea pig and buy the poncho
  16. Sold: Set of nuts, set of hexes

    PM me with offer, thanks
  17. 2nd Dallas Kloke Memorial Work & Climb Day Mt Erie

    Looking forward to it!
  18. Excellent condition, purple, $30
  19. http://www.prolitegear.com/valandre_mirage_3_4_sleeping_bag.html?opt=small%20/%20right#reviews Like new, don't use because my feathered friends zips together with wife's $250
  20. Juneau beta

    May be moving up this year, I've spent several years in Anchorage/Girdwood but don't know much about Juneau. Anyone have first hand experience in this town? Curious about the usual ie: climbing, skiing, etc- but also the vibe, housing, culture, schools for when we have kids...
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