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March 31, 2013, Paradise- Edith Creek
« on: 04/01/13, 05:56 AM »

Ron, Julie and I didn't get very far, but as ronj says: never pass up good snow looking for better snow (or something like that).

Ron looking for the gap between cornices and a line to the goods, with the Tatoosh Range and Mt. Adams in the background:
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Re: March 31, 2013, Paradise- Edith Creek
« Reply #1 on: 04/01/13, 09:32 AM »

I remember Ron teaches me never passing great snow for better snow.  Wink
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Re: March 31, 2013, Paradise- Edith Creek
« Reply #2 on: 04/01/13, 11:10 AM »

The way I remember it, you taught that to me, Zap  Smiley
Since we're both stroke survivors, we may never really know who first came up with that realization  Roll Eyes
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Re: March 31, 2013, Paradise- Edith Creek
« Reply #3 on: 04/01/13, 01:10 PM »

LOL!  At least we all are still doing it and doing it with a sense of humor.  Zap, Regine remembers you best for informing her in Golden that Cheetos are guy food. Grin
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... want your own private skintrack? Better move to the yukon dude. (B'ham Allen, 2011).
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Andy Carey, Nisqually Park, 3500 feet below Paradise
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Re: March 31, 2013, Paradise- Edith Creek
« Reply #4 on: 04/01/13, 09:58 PM »

The way I remember it, you taught that to me, Zap  Smiley
Since we're both stroke survivors, we may never really know who first came up with that realization  Roll Eyes

Hmmm, now this has me questioning my decision to follow a stroke survivor over what may or may not have been a cornice. Note to self...
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