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April 29 to May 3, 2019, open to any ideas
« on: 04/14/19, 02:38 PM »

I'm visiting your great NW from Boston, looking for partners for the entire period of April 29th to May 3 or selected days within this period depending on people's schedules. I fly to Portland and will try St Helens and maybe something else with my son and daughter-in-law but then they had to leave and I'm left with the rest of the week to myself. My greatest desire is to spend several days on Shasta but I'm open to other objectives as well depending on the weather and partners schedules and preferences.

Some info on me: I'm not young but somehow not slow yet (2K gain/hour skinning in a resort) and can go fairly long distances.  Not a super skilled skier, prefer moderate lines. Done a number of easier 14ers and 13ers in CO, Baker, Adams, Muir, Shasta... Routes similar to Adams SW chutes (did that last year) are close to the top of my skiing abilities. I'm a fairly experienced mountaineer with a few big mountains under my belt.

Hope to hear from you, happy turns,
-Boris

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