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PostPosted: Fri Jul 21, 2006 10:47 am 
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Oh, yea, back on topic. I went up and boarded off of Park Butte on the 2nd of July, turns all year baby! :D

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and pubishing a new book :D


Good luck, man. I saw Lou Dawson's little write-up and the book looks awesome. I wish I had a use for it but I don't see myself up that way for a long time.


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have fun in Peru SF!

good luck on shasta too p420!

you guys :thatrocks: !


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huevon wrote:
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www.dacksdescents.com

congrats drew! 8)


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Congrats on the book and website Drew.

Nat and I just got back from Sayulita, Mexico. Surf, sun, margaritas by the pool. 8)

Doing some yard work, hopefully surf a little, sk8, see some music. Getting into rock climbing (more gear to buy :P ). Gotta get a mtn bike.

We're going to the Olympics in August. Drive up the Oregon coast, hit some of the killer skateparks, maybe climb Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Olympus, backpack, hike, kayak, fish, maybe rock climb, sightsee.

Yo, Dahl, snoslut, and PNW crew. It would be cool to hook up and climb Helens or backpack in the Oly's or meet for drinks (maybe not a good idea with snoslut :D ).

Not bringing the boards though.


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The book looks sweet. Congrats!

Myself, I have been rockclimbing a bunch. I spent a week in Ten Sleep Canyon sporting it up on all the new routes my friends have put up this year. I think they are going to push that canyon to over 500 routes by the end of the summer. Way to go guys!

I have some pics, but I keep forgetting to charge the battery for my camera to download them. This weekend hopefully.

Looking forward to the snow flying again this October...


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Hiking the Ptarmigan Traverse in a couple of weeks. Anyone done this before? Offer and Recommendations of peaks along the way? Any other info?


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patroller420 wrote:
If I did have that get-up I would show up like that for the next BC gathering. Horse and all


Wonder how a horse would do on the Saddlebag traverse? Maybe you could bring your Zambonie in first, then follow-up with your horse. It would suck to have to carry in a bunch of hay though.

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Getting into rockclimbing

I started rock climbing in the North Bay along time ago. You been to Goat Rock yet? Super killer sunsets and sunrises with the Ocean as a backdrop. Amazing. Mt. St. Helena also has some killer routes. The Bubble and the Ganjas if I remember right.


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What the hell's going on?


The RENT!

The rent is what's going on!


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Yo, Dahl, snoslut, and PNW crew. It would be cool to hook up and climb Helens or backpack in the Oly's or meet for drinks (maybe not a good idea with snoslut :D ).

Not bringing the boards though.
I could be up for a hike, haven't done St. Helens ever. Or tempt me to drag out my raggedy old rack and climb up some rock, maybe Index town wall would be good, I remember some stuff on the lower town wall that is trad, and my cams need a good workout!

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Hey powderjunkie, I'm going to need to do some training hikes around here pretty soon. I can show you the goods on Mt. St. Helena.
http://www.climbingsonomacounty.homestead.com/East.html

oh, and if you want to ride, I got the best singletrack in the state in my backyard. I've built many of them. sshhh... don't tell anyone :wink:

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not that I'm a regular here, but I may as well talk smack.

hanging out on the Tibetain platue mountain biking, planning a scouting trip into Western Sichaun and Xinjiang in early winter to scout lines for possably next march. anyone down?


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Thanks All,
I'm stoked on the finished product. Many years of dreaming and a lot of hard work this winter/spring made it come together. Now I have to figure out how to empty my guest bedroom of books!
can't wait for the snow to fly again.


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