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silaswild
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July 1, 2015, Dyer Peak CO
« on: 07/07/15, 05:02 PM »

Tom Szwedko continues his streak, reaching 430 months today. 

Here is his report:  "Got in a another month of skiing JULY 2015 with a ski from summit of dyer pk (13855ft) today july 01. The snow is melting fast and getting sun cup in areas but still a good run. From summit to lower creek crossing a couple short breaks of 55vt ft loss then another 200 vt ft to trailhead then ski 50 vt ft of that I calculate  1585 vt ft ski. I climb up aliitle to get west slope ski to lower creek crossing avoiding road that had bare spot. A real nice warm sunny day and snow alittle mushy which atleast on way down made ski of sun cups easier. monthly oct 1979- jul2015"
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Re: July 1, 2015, Dyer Peak CO
« Reply #1 on: 07/08/15, 11:45 AM »

Yeah Tom!
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Re: July 1, 2015, Dyer Peak CO
« Reply #2 on: 07/11/15, 09:36 PM »

I had to pull out my calculator to understand what 430 months means.  Tom's been skiing continuously since I was 10.  almost 36 years.  Since late 1979.  Several years longer than my ski partner, Ben, has been alive.

Go Tom!  Amazing.
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« Reply #3 on: 07/14/15, 03:14 PM »

Admirable dedication. Rock on Tom!
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