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Lillooet - getting cold

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NICE NICE NICE, see you after finals!

Hey, is that C or F. I'm assuming C since you are one of those crazy Canadians.

[ 12-02-2001: Message edited by: Lambone ]

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Forecast for Lillooet predicting consistent high of 2 and low -5 for next 5 days which is great temps for building up ice. grin.gif" border="0

Clinton forecast (Marble Canyon is equidistant from Lillooet and Clinton) is even better with the range high -5, low -15!!!!! Must be a cold front stalling out to the North. smile.gif" border="0smile.gif" border="0smile.gif" border="0

I hope this info doesn't result in a swarm of TRing Americans scooping me on Icy BC if I head up there next weekend tongue.gif" border="0

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you can use farenheit if you can tell me how many furlongs your vehicle gets to the hogshead? and is your rope 12 or 15 rods long? etc.

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My Ratings for cold.

  • It's cold Ice is in
  • It's fucking cold Exposed skin needs covered still climbing
  • It's real fucking cold I am not climbing I am drinking beer at Mugs and Jugs

[ 12-03-2001: Message edited by: Cpt.Caveman ]

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Canadian Rockies temperature guidede

+2 to -25 its cold enough to climb ice

-25 to -40 its to cold for locals to climb so they sit around and drink scotch and all the visiting climbers go out and suffer because they are only there for a week and cant wait for it to warm up

-40 and lower everyone sits around drinking whiskey because their car wont start to get the visiting climbers to somewhere warmer

+2 to +10 locals go rock climbing. visitors put on snorkels and wallow up slushy flows becauser they only have a week and they must tick off the following 15 routes by the time they go home...

+ 10 and up its too warm and sunny and everyone goes to Yamnuska instead

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