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Cheers to y’all 

especially @Terminal_Gravity for all the beer you have donated for the Cascaseclimbers community to enjoy over the years. I remember the first Ropeup I put on (well partially remember  :brew:)! That was a great party up at Chattercreek! Anyone remember that?

 

Tipping back a TG IPA in the memory of a good time that was had by most!

 

 

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I'll second that. He was a cool guy. Very much enjoyed meeting him at the Smith-Rock ropeup back in ~'03. Anyone been to his brewery recently?

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I have not, but I believe Steve has retired/moved on from that brewery.  Happened a number of years back.

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when i first arrived in the pnw in '02, i ran into steve at the craziest party i might ever have attended - his special alterna-brew keg was no doubt the cause :)

hope he's doing well - been a mort o'years - lord knows he deserves the universe to cut him a few breaks - hope to climb w/ him again, and buy TG all the time accordingly...

 

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can't recall if steve supplied the skull hollow party that raged 'till near dawn, when mike layton threw the deer legs into the fire :)

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omg that party was fucked. midgets jumping though fire h oops, wherley passing out on top of the tent.....ughh

 

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@layton please do tell the story in detail. But leave out the parts where I’m involved. I remember girls rolling around in the dirt, someone fell off a bridge, and some degree bashfulness the next morning, but I honestly can’t remember it all too well for some reason.

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Oh you’re talking about skull hallow! Lol. Too many good times.

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Certainly helped develop my Counting Crows aversion, though that might have been a different year. I think I only went to Tuffyfest in 04 and 05. This is from 2004.

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dang when the time is right we need to do another get together.  and not in the city. some place where we can get our fingernails dirty.

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12 hours ago, Off_White said:

Certainly helped develop my Counting Crows aversion, though that might have been a different year. I think I only went to Tuffyfest in 04 and 05. This is from 2004.

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naw that sure as hell was the count'n'crow cluster-what-have-you - think mike was in a wheelchair for that one - i was pretty certain he had some sorta developmental delay disease mosta that night as well :)

we were in charge of bringing one of the t.g. kegs from portland that first evening - we barely made warm springs before it got busted into :brew: 

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