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Fromage

Baker NR Beta?

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Anyone been up there lately? How is the approach, how is the ice, how is the snow above the ice? Merci

 

Fromage

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Bintapavumabeta?

We did Cockscomb Ridge last WE (beta on cc.com), and NR looked pretty straight forward. Snow bridges collapsing on the lower glacier though.

Fromage... plutot cancoillotte ou roblac?

Gilles

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mon fromage prefere c'est cantal. Les varietes alpines sont les meillieures- tomme, raclette, etc. Bon appetit. [laf]

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quote:

Originally posted by Fromage:

mon fromage prefere c'est cantal. Les varietes alpines sont les meillieures- tomme, raclette, etc. Bon appetit.
[laf]

Tomme du Savoir?

 

Magnifique!

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Que est-ce que c'est ca!? Seattle est loin de le Quebec ou la France mai il-y-a un discouse sur le formage. Moi, je prefer le formage swiss; gruyer et ernemental. Je fait fondue bien. Et du vin avec fondue n'est pas mal, non?

 

[big Grin]

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Moi, je prefere le fromage americain, avec lunchables et un peu du Pabst. Si-t-il avait le vin, d'accord, je voudrais un peu du vin aussi, seulement si le vin arrive dans un boite, comme Franzia. Mon francais? C'est horrible, je parle comme un canadian. Et maintenant, je m'arrete!

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Je ne parle pas français ainsi je ne peux pas comprendre cette conversation. Quelque chose au sujet du fromage et du vin? Le vin est bon. [big Drink]

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quote:

Originally posted by iain:

Moi, je prefere le fromage americain, avec lunchables et un peu du Pabst. Si-t-il avait le vin, d'accord, je voudrais un peu du vin aussi, seulement si le vin arrive dans un boite, comme Franzia. Mon francais? C'est horrible, je parle comme un canadian. Et maintenant, je m'arrete!

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Me, I prefer cheese americain, with lunchables and a little Pabst. It if had the wine, agreed, I would want a little wine also, only if the wine arrives in a wood (box?), as Franzia. My francais? It is horrible, I speak as a canadian. And now, I myself m'arrete!

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I hate passing on 2nd hand info, but a friend of mine climbed the route late last week and reported tolerable post holing to the base of the route. Moderate post holing up to the base of the ice pitch. Very dinner platey ice on the ice pitch and then very deep wind deposited snow from the top of the ice pitch to the summit. Minor bergschrund difficulties towards the top. Go left here. There is or was the beginning of a boot pack on the Coleman Deming. Lots of soft snow in the afternoon, considerable wet snow slides between 5 and 6 thousand. Road still closed 4 miles from the trailhead.

 

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Fromage, did you climb how was the route. My buddy and are thinking of climbing the NR sometime in the next 10 days if the conditions and weather warrent it.

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Unless it's snowed since then the bootpack on the Coleman/Deming may be from the rescue operation just over a week ago.

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