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Need an AT/Tele buddy

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So I just moved to Portland (from Jackson, WY) and I'm looking for somebody (or some somebodies) with knowledge of Mt Hood (or wherever within reasonable distance) who want to go for some day tours.


I'm fairly new on a touring set-up, but I am a good skier and in good shape.


I am not looking to go out in any kind of unstable snow conditions. I have avi gear and am comfortable using it (though I have not yet had Avi. I), but remember I am totally unfamiliar with the area.. Let's just take one scary variable at a time.


This must make me sound like a super desirable partner, huh? :grin: Let's keep it mellow; if everyone has fun we can take the world on later!


I'm out of town for a week around Thanksgiving, and I have a pretty standard M-F 9-5, but I could definitely take a day off here or there for the right adventure.


PM or adam dot romines at gmail dot com

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