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About kenp

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  • Birthday 07/05/1957

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  • Occupation
    day dreamer & streaker
  • Location
    Lynnwood, WA
  1. Mt. Forgotten, decent scramble with cool view.
  2. misc gear sale

    stopper :#7&8 hex:#7 (2), #9(2), #11 Wired #10 hex, #9, $5, #3 #2 stopper set of HB micromates (5) 1.5, 1.0, .5, 0 & .00 16 mixed biners 2 lockers pair of jumar's (new) chalk bags padded gear slings hardware new & used .... make me an offer!
  3. very cool trip! holy shit if you were old nuff to drink I'd buy you all a round or two..I thought I was cool in the 70's to do half of that trip. you dudes rocked it!
  4. Ortovox M1-Never Used-$40 obo

    still available?
  5. KIDS/PARENTS -- this is a trial

    ok ok I know I haven't been on in a long while but now back.... I have a Trango harness (used but still safe) and a new pair of mad rock slippers that my 11 yo has outgrown, would love to trade for a helmet or any kid stuff pics or descriptions upon request! will mail if needed! Ken 206 525-8336
  6. kids stuff

    yo folks, my son has outgrown both so we're looking to trade up or sell a Trango Apache harness and a pair of sz 5 Mad Rock slippers. the shoes are "like new" and the harness is in excellent condition. thanks, Ken (206)525-8336 Seattle
  7. shoes & harness

    yo folks, my son has outgrown both so we're looking to trade up or sell a Trango Apache harness and a pair of sz 5 Mad Rock slippers. the shoes are "like new" and the harness is in excellent condition. thanks, Ken (206)525-8336 Seattle
  8. Harness

    I have a Trango that my monkey has grown out of...make you a deal if you still need one
  9. Avalanche Beacon

    thwo pairs should be enough!
  10. cathedral gap rockfall

    very good point porter. I was deeply impressed that so many were willing to help in this situation and I hope for a speedy recovery for the dude. and yes spotly, these were two different incidents.
  11. Avalanche Beacon

    interested in a trade? I have a new pair of Jumars???
  12. cathedral gap rockfall

    I was at Muir that morning and spoke with the fellow that came running down first. He stated that the three of them were roped and that each person on the end ran in different directions when the rock was falling toward them and that the middle man had no where to go and got smacked. that being tragic enough I am wondering how others feel about this question: once the alert had been received, I thought it took an extremily l o n g time to mount the 'rescue' team. there wasn't a ranger at Muir at that time so one of the guides assume control. I know there was a team of three ready to travel (fully equiped with climbing & at least a basic first aide kit) but they were called back so everyone could get "organised". it was well into the 40th minute before the first team left Muir for the 10 minute walk to the accindent scene. In my own opinon I thought a small, fast team should have gone accross with a first aid kit and radio to evaluate and report to the support team. there was plenty of qualified and willing personal standing around waiting for what?? now I'm not saying anything was done wrong, I just think (and speaking from experience) that it took a long time to get going. Even amoung my team, we disagreed as to how to handle the response.
  13. Leavenworth Camping

    there are some nice spots near the river...all dry camps but fires are cool
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