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PostPosted: Mon Jun 06, 2005 2:41 pm 
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I'm in - 90% sure, but I don't yet know when I'll be slogging in.

I wonder if parking's gonna be an issue with this many dirtbags.. err, I mean splitters going. We're gonna slaughter Saddlebag, just like we did Ginny Lakes. :twisted:


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I'll try to talk Bombshell into coming too, since the three goils had so much fun last time. She's on a rafting trip and won't return until Friday. I may hafta hike out and get her or something unreasonable like that. :roll:


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Matt,
The motel is all booked up now. Please come another time.

If you're worried about parking you could always come in from Lundy.











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PJ, I'm on the waiting list at the Greenstone Suites.


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bcrider wrote:
The route around the lake is also mainly a traverse so be prepared (jimw).

I seem to remember some other people having "issues" with traversing at Angora peak. Or maybe I just made that up and I'm the only splitter in the world who dislikes traverses. :)

In any case, I plan on being there even if I have to ice skate across the damn lake (hmm...), so put me down in the head count.

I'll most likely get there real late Friday night (can't get out of work) and try to drag my ass out there on Saturday before too late.


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Hi everybody, I am also planning on heading up there for the weekend. Since my plans are not as definite my friend and I will take of our own permit. We will probably be hiking into camp at greenstone Saturday morning (good chance most of you will already be off touring for the day). Since my friend isn't riding I will probably occupy myself with the lesser end of the vertical scale and stick to the open bowls.


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MykeBurtonS70 wrote:
Anyone driving from the Salt Lake area? I've got plenty of room but could use the company, that looks like at least a 10hr drive. I'll check some local BC people I know.

Maybe I'll see ya then.

Mike


any luck finding a co-pilot mike?

it should be one to remember! :D

ps. cool safetypinguy!


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I am extremely envious of all of you. Unfortunately, I have to go to my graduation on Saturday night for graduate school. Staring Tuesday, I will be up on the eastside for a week of corn farming, so save some turns for me. I'm sure you guys will tear saddlebag a new one. I hope you guys have a great time.

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Congrats on the graduation, Arash. Now you can move closer to the snow. Tear it up next week.


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Congrats on the graduation, Arash We will miss you around this weekend. Have Fun


PS : Please check "Group dynamics at Saddlebag Lake: for additional permit info.

Grtx Marc D


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Congrats Arash...we'll miss ya!


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oh man, the need to be at OAK airport 4pm Saturday is just killing me. Ack!

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Hey Ecobrad, it looks like you are getting crampons from BCR? If you still need me to rent you a pair call my cell phone. I can get them at Mammoth on the way in friday


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