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9/5/2010 P-Patch
« on: 09/05/10, 08:52 PM »

Did it. Patch is in place and good shape. White out conditions. Saw some animals. Snow on the trail starting a little below PanPt. Wild flowers still in bloom below. Just the facts mam.

Ron J showing off by clinging to a 70 degree slope. The snow wall behind him proves how steep this spot is  Wink
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Re: 9/5/2010 P-Patch
« Reply #1 on: 09/07/10, 01:01 PM »

Ron J, what funny little skis you got!!!
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Re: 9/5/2010 P-Patch
« Reply #2 on: 09/07/10, 04:05 PM »

Ron J, what funny little skis you got!!!
Thank you.
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Re: 9/5/2010 P-Patch
« Reply #3 on: 09/07/10, 08:37 PM »

Ron J, what funny little skis you got!!!
Little Skis were small---but their hearts were BIG.
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