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July 11, 2004, Paradise Glacier
« on: 07/12/04, 02:36 PM »

Hi Gang,
As a bunch of you are still skiing PAradise Glacier Take heed. Normal crevasses at 8200' Are still passable and overlapping as usual. But of concern is are 2 crevasses lower down about 200 ' South of rock rib and up 400' from Cowlitz saddle. Normally this would be smack in the middle the conservative descent path from Anvil Rock.These could be glide cracks? NExt time I go there I'll stick my head in them.
Snow is finished at Sluiskin memorial.
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