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  1. I just made a Facebook Page for the Terrifying...

    I just made a Facebook Page for the Terrifying 25. There have been a few requests for me to do so...so I did. :) It's brand-new and currently very basic...anyone who wants to join, do a Facebook...
  2. Thanks - we just had a new finisher today - glad...

    Thanks - we just had a new finisher today - glad folks are having fun with the hikes. I plan on creating a T25 Facebook Page soon. Will post the link here when it's ready to roll. Should be done...
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    Thanks, Bob - I'll update your comments on my...

    Thanks, Bob - I'll update your comments on my site accordingly. Also need to add your comments on Desolation Trail - many thanks for your valuable contributions!

    Had someone notify me of their...
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    Great post (and great thread -- so much good info...

    Great post (and great thread -- so much good info here!).

    While on the trail (and off, for that matter), dogs should either be leashed or within your sight and under strict voice command. This is...
  5. I know you asked for folks with large dogs to...

    I know you asked for folks with large dogs to chime in. My dog is a small breed (border terrier), but here's my experience with him, FWIW.

    Assuming this isn't a physical/medical issue, then I...
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    Welcome back, and congratulations. It was nice...

    Welcome back, and congratulations. It was nice to follow your updates on Facebook while you were away. Looking forward to your Kilimanjaro report! The girls and I hope to hike that when Sage is...
  7. Amazing and inspirational. Wow. Kudos!

    Amazing and inspirational. Wow. Kudos!
  8. Thank you! Have a great time on the 26th! I...

    Thank you! Have a great time on the 26th! I didn't include this in my trip report, but there are multiple paths running through the sagebrush (animal trails). At every turn, take what looks/feels...
  9. Just read your excellent trip report. First of...

    Just read your excellent trip report. First of all, CONGRATULATIONS!!! :D :D :D (I cannot express how lame and bad I felt at not being able to join the celebration. I hope to see you both again...
  10. John, many congratulations on a fantastic...

    John, many congratulations on a fantastic accomplishment! Well done! (Great photos, too! :) )
  11. The first group of guys we met on the summit had...

    The first group of guys we met on the summit had camped at Horseshoe Lake -- they said the area was beautiful. Herds of bighorn sheep milled about their site all evening and morning. They said the...
  12. Thanks, Puma. Alex deserves the credit for...

    Thanks, Puma. Alex deserves the credit for getting us through the sagebrush. There were a lot of animal paths going every which way, but Alex could always figure out where we were supposed to go. ...
  13. You did Bull-of-the-Woods Trail for the ascent,...

    You did Bull-of-the-Woods Trail for the ascent, is that correct? That looked lovely from the summit of Wheeler; we could see it going over some other summits. It was such a nice day, we...
  14. Kerry, it was very nice of you to post such a...

    Kerry, it was very nice of you to post such a kind comment. Thanks! :)
  15. Highpoint: Nevada. Boundary Peak, 13,140 feet. September 11, 2012

    Our final highpoint of our 2012 trip out west. This one was tough!

    The following is an abbreviated version of what's on my blog. Accompanying pictures can be found here.

    *****

    Trail...
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    Many congratulations on your NH48 finish! Great...

    Many congratulations on your NH48 finish! Great photos -- glad you got to see the Jays again. :D
  17. Puma, the old ascent up Wheeler must have been...

    Puma, the old ascent up Wheeler must have been horrid. The old scree path is still there...I imagine it wasn't much fun to hike. We're quite grateful to the Forest Service for the outstanding new...
  18. Thanks, Red Oak. Hugh deserves a lot of credit...

    Thanks, Red Oak. Hugh deserves a lot of credit too -- he takes them rock climbing once a week, and he's always been 100% supportive with all their outdoor endeavors. After Whitney and Kings Peak,...
  19. Highpoint: New Mexico. Wheeler Peak, 13,161 feet. September 6, 2012

    The is the second of three TRs I'm posting this week from our Highpointing 2012 trip out west. I posted our Mt. Elbert TR a couple of days ago, and I'll post our Boundary Peak (Nevada) TR over the...
  20. I already said it on Facebook, but it bears...

    I already said it on Facebook, but it bears repeating..

    CONGRATULATIONS!!! :)
  21. Thanks! I'll post the Wheeler report tomorrow...

    Thanks! I'll post the Wheeler report tomorrow and the Boundary report over the weekend. :)




    Thank you, John! I've heard that Elbert is one of the easiest 14ers, and I wholeheartedly...
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    Congratulations, Rejean!!

    Congratulations, Rejean!!
  23. Lovely report, thanks for posting. Looks and...

    Lovely report, thanks for posting. Looks and sounds like a gorgeous place. Glad you had a wonderful time, hope to see the area myself some day.
  24. Highpoint: Colorado. Mt. Elbert, 14,440 feet. September 3, 2012

    I know there a few highpointers on this board, so I thought I'd post our TRs from our recent highpointing trip. The girls and I just returned from a three week+ highpointing expedition out west. We...
  25. Nice! Thanks for the pictures. Can't wait to...

    Nice! Thanks for the pictures. Can't wait to try this trail out sometime. Hopefully next summer...
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