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July 4, 2004, Paradise GL., MRNP
« on: 07/05/04, 08:29 AM »

We had 7, no, 8.
No, 1.
No, wait, 2, I mean 3?
I guess, not wanting to miss anything, we had emisaries all over the south side of Rainier scouting out lines and cornfields.
I ended up skiing down the PG including the "Skip-the-Cliffs" variation with Regine and Andy.  
Here's a shot of Regine on the PG:

A few more pics at:
http://groups.msn.com/WildHeartsSkiing/paradisegljuly42004.msnw

Nice corn and nice company.  
At the end of the day everyone seemed to wander back to the general locations from where the started, or at least to within short car shuttles thereto, so that must mean great fun was had by all.
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Re: July 4, 2004, Paradise GL., MRNP
« Reply #1 on: 07/05/04, 11:53 AM »

Nice photos, thanks for sharing, it's always nice to see  photos when I'm not able to attend another fine ski.  The bike riding and camping were great though.  Grin
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Re: July 4, 2004, Paradise GL., MRNP
« Reply #2 on: 07/05/04, 01:07 PM »

Ahh...Skip the Cliffs.  It's a crowd favorite.
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