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July 29, 2012, Paradise Glacier
« on: 08/01/12, 09:49 PM »

Another clear weekend day of fine corn skiing on the Paradise Glacier below 9000'.  Wore myself out chasing Ron J and crew, then realized they went a different way and were enjoying noontime cocktails far below me.   Oh well, we reconnected around 8000' and got Ellie down in time to head home for dinner.

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Re: July 29, 2012, Paradise Glacier
« Reply #1 on: 08/02/12, 06:25 PM »

Nice work, Silas.
And taking care of us at the trailhead.  Wink
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