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aussie1990

Alpine wilderness honeymoon recovery

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Recently my wife and I had a planned honey moon hike to alpine lakes wilderness . We sadly got into a sticky situation on the southeast ridge of Venus lake and had to leave both packs after being extracted by air . ( 47.54928, -121.17309) the location of the packs . 

Chasing an experienced climber / hiker to assist me and recover the packs as soon as they can while also enjoying a nice hike out to spade   . A carton of whatever you drink or reward will be awarded of course ! PM me for details

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I feel like this deserves a more elaborate story once the sting of the trip has healed

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