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Found gear on shriek of the sheep

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I found a face shield to the Grivel helmet (i think its the Grivel) on sunday. It was in the gully about halfway up to the climb.

Send me a message if its yours.

Dale

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I had a note from Loren (CascadeClimber), he said they climbed there Saturday. Might be worth checking out. CascadeClimber@aol.com, I think.

[This message has been edited by Lyle Knight (edited 02-13-2001).]

[This message has been edited by Lyle Knight (edited 02-13-2001).]

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I was actually on Night N Gale. We talked to the Sheep Party after crossing the river, but didn't get any names or see them again. Their car was still at the gravel pit when we left.

-CC

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One of the Shriek guys was tall, had dark hair, a pony tail, and has some kind of dorky glasses. The crossed the river at thesame time as us CC and I.

By the way Dale how was Shriek? It looked good.

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Shriek was great. Better position than Night and Gale and little harder. 1st pitch grade 3- 2nd grade 4- 3rd grade 5. A must do in Lillooet.

Dale

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Thanks Dale for picking up my visor.

This demonstrate that the visor locking mechanism is not the best around...

...and that we were rushing down.

SoS is a great route, and the fording is much easier than Drury Falls! (no boat required).

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