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New site from Wayne1112

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I hope to expand it and make it a decent site, Yes it may be about my favorite person in the world, but I plan on putting in some stuff from other topics, Wayne

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:tup: :tup: :tup:

 

Your looooooooong list of climbs is a true inspiration. I'll consider myself lucky if I can get up 1% of everything you have done so far, in my entire life.

 

BTW, I'm not sure if its just me (or my broser, mozilla), but your chart of mountaineering genealogy is hard to read.

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I'm running Mozilla 2.0.0.4 and I can read it just fine. Nice site Wayne. You've kept detailed logs of your climbing.

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LOL on your favorite person in the world. I love your "What To Do" chart. Your list of climbs is very impressive. I am on a mac and using safari and had no problem reading your Genealogy of Climbing page. Though more than a few of those I have no idea what they are!

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I have a problem with that chart too, I have tried a couple of different times. Keep checking back, I want to expand it when I have time. Good thing to do this time of year, Thanks for you encouragement, Wayne

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Inspirational site, Wayne. Looking forward to more TRs: may you compile at least 10 more pages of major routes!

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Wohoo, thanks, What a fun project. Everyone should have a page!

Friends have helped modernize it and it may be reloaded soon. I fixed the Specialization chart. Check back from time to time. Now that I have seen the potential, I really hope to make it a significant contribution to the NW climbing scene, and not just an embarrassing self aggrandizement.

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ok , got the New Site somewhat loaded up, Huge thanks to the amazing Tim Olson for making this happen, Wayne

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The home page looks great, but when I click on the geneology and timeframe links fI only see a blue box with white question mark in it. No image. I'm on a Mac running Safari.

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Nice. You might want to edit in a distinction between First Ascent and a first ascent for you personally. I did do a double take when it appeared that you had made the first ascent of the dog route on Mt St Helens. The mountaineering genealogy chart doesn't appear either,though that might be a firefox glitch.

 

Oh, more pictures, or some sort of select picture gallery would be great. I've seen all the big alpine TR stuff, but would like to see more of the diverse cragging and wall stuff too.

 

edit: oh, reading other posts, it looks like that chart is hit or miss for various people. missed for me, but maybe I'll try a different browser.

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I know I got one of the last dog route ascents, We had a dog with us.

I will be adding more pages in the future for sure . I feel like such a slut asking people to save it in favorites.

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Is that all?

Seriously, I really like your writing style. It gives the flavor of the climb without a lot of hype and chest beating.

 

Excellent work and obviously exceptional climbing!

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Hi, Thanks for you input, You can see I have taken them to task. There have been many new pages loaded since the last note.

 

Check out the North Pickets Page!

Please feel free to give more suggestions, Wayne

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I like the "many sports within climbing" idea. It reminds me of the great essay, "Games Climbers Play" by Lita Tejada-Flores. By the way, I've got your time beat on The Nose, we did it in four days! Thanks for putting up the good site.

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