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Here's my new little website in case anybody is interested. I'm working on a better photo album page, but there are some decent shots here, I think.


I'm from the midwest, so I only get to climb anything of consequence once or twice a year. Anyway, hope you enjoy some shots of my little adventures...



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Cool. Good luck with the site. I dont see you using CSS at all - perhaps you could consider that? For instance, you could create a div for the Map element, then a:hover font-wieght:bold; In this way the Map links would light up. Hmmm, but dont look at my own site!!! I'm upgrading also!


I've been to that Condoriri area of Bolivia. I was ill and couldnt climb much. I got to the top of that subpeak of Pequeno, and took pictures of my friends as they climbed Pequeno. Anyway, thats a very cool neighborhood.


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Thanks, I appreciate the feedback.


And you're not kidding, the Condoriri district is jaw-dropping cool. And base camp is only a few hours out of La Paz. Highly recommended...


I also fell ill for a couple of days. Spent all night leaning out of my tent every 20 minutes and running to the loo every hour or so. Not fun in 30-degree weather.


A vicious case of South American gut-rot.

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