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billl7


Nov 13, 2005, 9:51 AM
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I shall reinforce what Curt and John have suggested and that it that we all should hold off further speculation until further investigations from the actual site have been made.

In other words stop replying to this thread. Give the guys a chance to make the site visit. We can then start in on the new information.

Thanks to everyone for keeping things civil, you need look no further for the reason that this is absolutely imperative than the post made by one of her students. Her students and relatives are keeping watch over this thread, I hope we can do justice to Shelleys memory by arriving at some very conclusive findings that will help prevent any future accidents of this nature. In the mean time I eagerly await the findings from the site visit.

We are all extremely anxious to get to the bottom of this incredibly sad event.

Please hold any further thoughts until the boys have brought back their findings.


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Nov 13, 2005, 11:06 AM
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Curt and Dale are heading up there today to retrieving the slings and go to the accident site. They will have more news later, after they've had a chance to thoroughly discuss their findings with all parties involved. In the meantime, I'm locking this thead. It will be reopened for discussion once Curt contacts me and has more information to provide.

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Curt and Dale are heading up there today to retrieving the slings and go to the accident site. They will have more news later, after they've had a chance to thoroughly discuss their findings with all parties involved. In the meantime, I'm locking this thead. It will be reopened for discussion once Curt contacts me and has more information to provide.

Ed


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tempeclimber


Nov 14, 2005, 4:47 PM
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Rachelle,
Thank you for the post. I thought your eulogy at the funeral was perfect and appropriate. I can't imagine how hard it was for you to give it but I was glad you did.

On another note, my husband and I finished reading Lynn Hill's autobiography Friday night before the funeral. It seemed appropriate since we had started the book as a recommendation from Shelley. We used to tease her that she was just like Lynn Hill. I really think the two are very similar in their approach to life and climbing.
Julie

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