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PostPosted: Thu Mar 02, 2006 8:23 am 
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Yea Jim, it goes. Maybe not as clean this year as other years (this is borrowed from Towlie from a previous year):

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Here's a couple of pics I marked up showing parts of our route (red is descent, blue is ascent):

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The out on Blacksmith was a tricky thin bushwhack. Dan was navigating the flat creek bed area with only one foot strapped in when he collided with a tree. He was in obvious pain (and even a little shock) but still rode out through the steeper, thin snow'd, thick tree'd mess down to Robinson Creek on his own, and never let Toby and I help him pack his stuff out. Dan can speak for himself, but it appeared to be a really deep bruise, and hopefully no worse.


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Wow. BCD. Truly inspiring. Sorry boss, last night I came down with a bad case of the STOKE. Work ain't lookin so good today <cough>. Monday's not lookin much better.

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Thanks for the additional beta Joe. Yet another one to add to the to-do list... That narrow shot looks very North-Peak-ish.


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