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need disappointment cleaver photos...

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hey, i'm writing a story for the wall st. journal about RMI & the mt. rainier commercial services plan. i need a photo of climbers on the DC route, and i thought i'd give you guys first crack. in a perfect world, photo would be panoramic shot featuring an RMI team, although a group of indy climbers could work. decent camp muir photos (is there such a thing?) are a distant 2nd option.

 

not sure if the paper would pay for these, but it still would be a good place to pub a photo. thanks.

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Is that a freakin ladder? Thanks for reminding me that I want my first Rainier climb to be on a route other than the DC.

 

edit: by the way, nice photo anyhow

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in a perfect world, photo would be panoramic shot featuring an RMI team, although a group of indy climbers could work.

 

Weirdest definition of perfection i ever heard. HCL.gif

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hey, i'm writing a story for the wall st. journal

thumbs_up.gif to the wsj for dealing with terrorist bullshit interuptions and still writing good enough for a couple pulitzers. not the same performance as the latimes but ya know theres always next year.

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Is that a freakin ladder? Thanks for reminding me that I want my first Rainier climb to be on a route other than the DC.

 

edit: by the way, nice photo anyhow

 

 

I would really like to do a crevasse crossing with two ladders lashed together. I think it would be an interesting experience, esp. when my fatass caused the whole thing to sag.

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ask Pandora... She's probably got something in her box...
I am assuming you mean that in the most innocent way...

 

Innocent??? Me? Why, what'd I say? confused.gif

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