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thelawgoddess

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Just got off today.

 

The route is in great condition. There are very few sketchy crevasse crossings.

 

The wind has been rather strong over the last few days. Apparently on tuesday rocks were being blown off Ruth Ridge and were nearly hitting people. High on the mountain the winds would often calm and then suddenly hit us with tremendous force out of nowhere...

 

We saw Mark Twight up there. He was training a bunch of FBI guys in glacier travel. Seemed a bit like Michael Jordon teaching someone how to dribble...

 

As we left, the new weather report indicated that the freezing level would drop down to about six thousand feet.

 

Hope this helps...

 

Jason

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why does the FBI need to know glacier travel? are they worried that Osama's tunnels have reached the PNW?

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