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March 28, 2004, Blewett Pass
« on: 03/28/04, 02:46 PM »

  
 It both humbles me and humors me to post such a tour as follows after reading the excellent ramblings and records of such as Markharf or Teleross.

 However after fivemonths of reading posts and swiming laps after my new "stryker trident" Ceramic hip was installed. It felt darn good to hoist a pack and ski a little.
Skied iron creek near Blewett Pass, it both cheered me and got me that my Ten year old son was the one climbing and turning the rolls and hillsides while the wife and I just enjoyed the blue sky and t-shirt touring. snow was certainly on its way back to whence it had came from. Had to walk a couple of lower sections but above 3600 feet coverage was consistant enough for touring. Made it up to a little below old Blewett pass for a turn around point.

Charles, by the way the Board would not let me post with my old username
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Re: march 28, 2004, Blewett Pass
« Reply #1 on: 03/29/04, 07:47 AM »

CW, good to hear that you are on skis again! Regarding your log-in problem, check your TAY instant messages.
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Re: march 28, 2004, Blewett Pass
« Reply #2 on: 03/30/04, 08:48 AM »

Nice to hear you're back on the slopes, Charles.
Stay in touch.
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