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Ade

Lots of pictures of the PNW

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Hey, Ade,

 

Looks like you had a good time. I was hoping that you'd fared better than I down there, but sounds like the bugs got to you, too.

 

That picture "how many burros does a climber need" is great. When we were heading into the Santa Cruz, it was hilarious; two arrieros got in a fist fight over who was going to take us in. Two of our other pals had an arriero who insisted that one burro could only carry one pack. It was ridiculous.

 

Anyway, thanks for sharing :tup:

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Sorry to hear you were sick.

I heard from people at UBC that Robert took 6 months off work to go there. How much climbing he did?

 

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