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alecapone
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Honey Badger tour, 1/26-27/14
« on: 01/27/14, 01:54 PM »

Jeff and I had a great weekend in honor of Franklin W. Bradshaw. getting some much needed mountain medicine in Franklin fashion. Great weekend for any season. A mix of climbing to summit one day, and climbing to shred the next... Sun soaked corn shralped like a dream.

Thank You Franklin!..

Clark mountain.



Shred shreds,


and Shreds,,,



and shreds.....


Shred life





Thanks fro the great weekend bud!,, and now on with things....

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Re: Honey Badger tour, 1/26-27/14
« Reply #1 on: 01/27/14, 02:03 PM »

Nicely done and a perfect way to honor Frank's legacy!

There is definitely good skiing out there eh?
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Big Steve
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Re: Honey Badger tour, 1/26-27/14
« Reply #2 on: 01/27/14, 02:46 PM »

Good work, guys.  Clark is long ways in this time of year.  Franklin would have loved it.
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« Reply #3 on: 01/28/14, 06:57 AM »

A really fun trip!
Here's some pics I got with my crappy phone.
http://www.nwhikers.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=8009273
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Re: Honey Badger tour, 1/26-27/14
« Reply #4 on: 01/28/14, 07:36 AM »

Well done!
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« Reply #5 on: 01/28/14, 08:29 AM »

Awesome! It was a perfect weekend for alpine camping, and it looks like you guys took full advantage
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Re: Honey Badger tour, 1/26-27/14
« Reply #6 on: 01/28/14, 10:07 AM »

This is just so inspiring.  Great trip.  Perfect.  I love the second photo of skiing into the valley.
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Trevor Kostanich
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Re: Honey Badger tour, 1/26-27/14
« Reply #7 on: 01/28/14, 10:36 AM »

Great thinking gentlemen and very nicely executed.

Trevor
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Re: Honey Badger tour, 1/26-27/14
« Reply #8 on: 01/28/14, 10:37 AM »

What a great tribute to Franklin - thanks for sharing it.
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Re: Honey Badger tour, 1/26-27/14
« Reply #9 on: 01/28/14, 04:12 PM »

looks like a fun trip in a cool zone.  i remember looking up at clark last spring and thinking it would be worth a trip of its own.  i bet franklin would approve.

now hopefully we can be done with this alpine BS for awhile and get back to riding deep pow in low vis.
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Re: Honey Badger tour, 1/26-27/14
« Reply #10 on: 01/28/14, 09:05 PM »

Nice going, that's a fitting tribute to anyone.  A big bite.  Thanks for the great report.
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Re: Honey Badger tour, 1/26-27/14
« Reply #11 on: 01/28/14, 10:47 PM »

Nice tribute.
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Re: Honey Badger tour, 1/26-27/14
« Reply #12 on: 01/29/14, 08:47 AM »

Sorry for being short with words.

This was a trip Jeff had planned to do with Franklin. Thanks jeff for dragging me out. It was a humbling honor. Definatly an awesome area even with the low snow cover.

Trevor,

Ive read your stories on wenatcheeoutdoors, and just reread the dakobeds traverse one again yesterday. Good stuff.



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Re: Honey Badger tour, 1/26-27/14
« Reply #13 on: 01/29/14, 09:51 AM »

looks like a great trip and tribute
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