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  • Birthday 11/30/1999


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  1. I don't know Leor, but I once did Mt. Daniel with Uli when we were both students at the UW. After summiting, we ran a few miles back to the car, and there were brief periods when the guy actually seemed to lose contact with the surface of the earth and sort of float a few inches above the ground--very impressive.
  2. That was kinda cool...i actually watched the whole thing, which I almost never do when it comes to personal video. The music's a nice match, and I like the MTV-inspired effects, like the 'schwack cam and the negative color segments...neat.
  3. finished reading your report, but i can't stop gaping. nice! :tup::tup:
  4. ...condolences on your recent de-throning: http://cascadeclimbers.com/forum/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=1033386
  5. damn....incredible shots. scary stuff! i'm frightened just looking at the pix...hold me!
  6. 50 miles? is that all? hardly seems worth the bother. seriously, if i had your legs and lungs, I'd throw away my car keys. nice pix, as usual. suggestion: change your handle to "Mercury."
  7. Had a great time reading your account on Summitpost. Congrats on an amazing adventure. That route looks incredible! :tup:
  8. hahahahaha! the video is funny ('specially the tent scene..heh) and nicely edited. nice music sync-up, too.
  9. ...another great TR! Some friends and I did that same C2C route a while back, but contended with far less snow. Nice Job! http://cascadeclimbers.com/forum/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=568322 ...holy crap! I just checked the index and saw your archive post of TR's..sorry gotta go...I've got some reading to do! thx!
  10. Thanks for a great virtual trip! Your careful documentation made for a very engaging read and contained all the elements of a perfect adventure: an exotic location, a satisfying day on some challenging crags, new friends, good food, etc.--tough to beat! --looking forward to more!
  11. wow! kewl report, pix and vids! thanx for sharing. the drive must have been the crux; even though i've never climbed above 5.8, i would gladly have faced the perils of el cap rather than subject myself to even 5 minutes of bob dylan's caterwauling!
  12. omfg...that is bizarre! the thing actually went for you? unbelievable! ...looks like a pretty good sized goat, too. Glad your party's unscathed. Did that route a few years ago in normal summer conditions and loved it! very nice mellow c2c adventure. the crux is the drive from seattle: l-o-n-g! --thanx for a great report
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