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best of cc.com Favorite TR Ever Contest Voting Thread

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There' just no way I could ever nail it down to one trip report:


Favorite TR thread

nice - genius quote in there: :grin:


"to be truly the best of tr's, you must first master the fine art of balancing blatant crassness w/ hyperbolic horseshit


either that or take some decent fucking pictures


shots of chicks doing handstands on the summit is another certain path to sucess"


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I'm pretty sure somewhere around here Off_White said you could nominate your own TRs, so if I may be so bold I nominate the two part TR I wrote for a trip to the Grimface/Cathedral section of the Pasayten years ago. I love looking at this thing again and again...


Pasayten Part 1

Pasayten Part 2

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No one trip report stands out in my mind, rather the collected works by this profilific author create a new genre that melds the stream of concious ramblings of Jack Kerouac and the gothic aesthetic of Anthony Burgess. The morally ambigous protagonists are drawn across a damp, dangerous, and bleak landscape where adventure and, just as often, basic human survival are hewn from mossy rock faces. That author is ivan. (Note the lower case 'i'). And yes, got a B in English 201, Reading Fiction. 3 cr.


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