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we went to trout cr, but got raind on after goldrush or what ever its called. then we tryed to drive down horney hollow but my friend didnt want to take his subaru through some of the huge ass puddles. i gotta stick around here this weekend as well but we should do something somewhere next weekend if possible.

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does the face in the photo have any routes on it? Some of those columns near the top look like they'd break off if you sneezed near them.

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It sure looks like the "Dreamlands" between Mt. Adams and Mt. St. Helens. Chris Hill, or Jim Opdyke would know for sure. It has been wet on the Deschuttes crags for weeks now. I have gotten wet the last two weekends over there.

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does the face in the photo have any routes on it? Some of those columns near the top look like they'd break off if you sneezed near them.

 

there are a few bolts, not sure who put them there.

 

It sure looks like the "Dreamlands" between Mt. Adams and Mt. St. Helens.

 

it is not.

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I have gotten wet the last two weekends over there.

 

are you heading over here this weekend?

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It sure looks like the "Dreamlands" between Mt. Adams and Mt. St. Helens.

 

Watch what you say on CC.com!!!! You may get woken up to a pissed off phone call.

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Not sure. I'm watching the weather. Did you do that route yet in the center of the crag?

 

no, that one unfortunately ends at a nest, so we've stayed away from it. we've done all the one's around it on that wall though. i'd love to give you a tour sometime. it won't be "season" until march though.

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tyler-

it doesn't look like it to me, but i've never seen it from that angle. i remember it being a lighter color and having water streaks.

 

where were you standing when you took this shot? that will be a big help in knowing if this is it or not.(i assume you took it the pic because you posted it).

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mark- that shot is from above on henline mtn. i veiwed it from below and it does look like how you described. you can see the road to jawbone flats in the shot. that is located right next to stack creek so i assume this is the opal creek wall in tim olsons book.

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