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I have no idea who this guy is, but for those that would like a little more explanation, it's worthwhile.

 

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Mike Silich who used to work at american alpine institute in bellingham. He got full amga certified so he is able to guide in europe so he moved to cham and married some french hottie woman.

That is quite the organized gear area, unlike my piles in action packers. Maybe it is a full time guide, AMGA thing.

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yup, amga has been teaching this since the mid-eighties. aside from a couple of screamers,this is the only way I've carried qd/runner since about '86. way more versatile than dog-bones -- you can even tie prussiks and autoblocks with them.

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