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Kyle Miller
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March 18th The North Twin Sister
« on: 03/21/10, 09:17 PM »

John Cocci and I made our way out to the Summit of the North Twin Sister via the NE facing chute taking advanatge of both powder conditions and blue skies. While it was my first time out to the Twin Sisters Range i'm sure it won't be the last.


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Re: March 18th The North Twin Sister
« Reply #1 on: 03/22/10, 08:32 AM »

Nice guys!
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Re: March 18th The North Twin Sister
« Reply #2 on: 03/22/10, 09:17 AM »

I am dubbing this the "where the F is kyle miller' tour day. I looked over there for you guys a few times. Then at brewery,, then the white salmon lot. Too bad I didn't have my computer or I could have just GPS tracked you down;)

That's what I get for leaving my cell phone at home.

Awesome tour. Where you anywhere in view of mt baker at around 11 or so?
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Re: March 18th The North Twin Sister
« Reply #3 on: 03/22/10, 08:09 PM »

Too bad I didn't have my computer or I could have just GPS tracked you down;)

Awesome tour. Where you anywhere in view of mt baker at around 11 or so?

What Ale is talking about is I have a Find me spot account for obvious reasons which tracks my progress in real time.

Yeah we had a great view of the backside of Helitrope and the Easton Glacier almost the whole day.

We will have to tour again real soon.
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