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But not smart enough to understand why this thread is in the North Cascades section instead of a Crag Climbing section.

 

PP

 

OK, here's a post that DOES belong. Name a peak near the Canadian border that would be EXTREMELY appropriate for climbing on this date.

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"Bear" Mountain cause you got set up thru the personals????

 

Mount "Baker" cause its the anniversary of the first time you smoked up??

 

It's Einstein's birthday...and the Ides of March... what event on today are you referring to?

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Ides of March? Thought that was Saturday. Here's your big hint: study the date! fruit.gif

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michael_layton said:

Harry Potter peak?

 

Think of a Harry we all know and love.

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ScottP said:

3.14=Pi

 

Now get out your Beckey guide and find it!

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Oooh, clever clever Pope, he said "near the Canadian border" to fool us into thinking it was on the US side of that border. But no, the Pillar of Pi is not ours to claim. Nice looking bit of stone though.

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I'm in my work clothes.

I left my Beckey guide in my smoking jacket pocket back at the pad.

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865_pillarpi.jpg

 

but a team of squamish hardmen backed off an attempt on the FFA last summer claiming it was too dirty so you should just pretend youve never heard of it as its OBVIOUS choss. tongue.giffruit.gifsnaf.gif

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i guess using angle pi-tons would be appropriate on it rolleyes.gif

 

922_rexfordsouth.jpg

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Dru said:

but a team of squamish hardmen backed off an attempt on the FFA last summer claiming it was too dirty so you should just pretend youve never heard of it as its OBVIOUS choss. tongue.giffruit.gifsnaf.gif

 

Are you suggesting I should shut my pi hole?

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no, saying that rumors of a free ascent are pi in the sky

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The pious Pi Pillar pioneer piloted his piton into the piebald granite pilaster.

 

Now, say that rapidly after chugging pi quarts of pilsner. bigdrink.gifbigdrink.gifbigdrink.gif

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