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MarkP

Twin Sisters.....

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I appologize in advance for this off climbing topic question. I have an original oil painting of what I was told was the Twin Sisters. If this is indeed the case, does anyone know what lake in the painting this would be? I have inquired at numerous museums and art galleries, but have had no success... so I try this forum with hopes that someone has been at this lake... perhaps on the way to climbing Twin Sisters...

 

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Thanks for any info/responses

 

 

 

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Thanks guys.... Hozameen Group, Hozameen Lake.. perhaps.

 

I moved this over to the climbers section as per suggestion

 

Someday.. I'll try to ask the artist himself, when I can figure out how to communicate with him...

 

probably better not wait too long..

 

 

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