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Pangaea?

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In a mag c. 1993 are shown 2 of Wash's finest hardmen boldly wearing burgundy fleece and other dated garments up the "first ascent of Pangaea 12a" on Liberty Bell group. never heard from again, where is this route?

 

the pic is an ad for MSR's soon-dropped clothing line or something like that.

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Just a guess... Is it Forrest Murphy and Doug Ingersoll? They did put up a 12a on the N face of SEWS sometime about then. Don't know for certain that they called it Pangaea, but it sure would make sense, since they both worked at Feathered Friends at the time, which had just recently branded its clothing line "Pangaea"...

 

Forrest? Were you wearing burgundy fleece??? My god!

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i thought it was Greg Collum or somethin' like that but can't really remember the details

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