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jaydoc


Nov 28, 2001, 5:59 PM
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Anyone here like to climb to a summit and then ski down?


kman


Nov 29, 2001, 2:09 AM
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I have been waiting 15 years to do so. This winter is the time to do it. Right after I take my avalanche safety course next weekend. I am STOKED!


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heck yea.


jaydoc


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It seems like everything is hurry up and wait for me. I've been waiting 8 years to get back to Colorado. Now that I'm here, I'm out of shape for skiing, climbing, etc... I need way more experience at climbing, need to take a mountaineering/alpine climbing/avalanche class, buy even more equipment, and then maybe next year or the year after I'll be ready to climb up and ski terrain that very few people have ever gotten to.


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