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Aasgard Pass rescue

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Poor guy must have hit one of the ice patches near the top. There were some stretches right on the trail lately that were ice filled and sort of camo'd so you had to watch for them and hike around them.

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...especially in a thread about an accident. Let's take the bickering elsewhere.

 

Yes! Regarding this quote, I was going to ask Tomtom "

What the hell is wrong with you?" and I wanted to point out what a dick like post that was, but now, as you are correctly suggesting Goatboy, I will not.

 

My brother and I witnessed a recovery there a couple months ago.

Whoa. Aren't you hard core.

 

Come on Tom tom.

 

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