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    Quote Originally Posted by Venchka View Post
    Freeze warning issued for Pinedale tomorrow morning.
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    We already dealt with freezing temps. They are hitting Wind River Peak today or early tomorrow. They are well-prepared for cold weather

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    I knew that they are prepared. Itís still August. Not unusual, seems a bit early. I actually appreciate a frost in the mountains after summer along the Gulf Coast.
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    Beautiful, Brutal, Done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by notbad View Post
    Beautiful, Brutal, Done!
    Totally Freaking Awesome!
    Heading home into another hurricane.
    Whatís up with that?
    Have a safe trip! Standing by for the Trip Report!
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    Thanks Wayne! It was more than one could ask for...in both beauty and challenge. Back home safe in WNY. Feeling blessed! Good luck with the weather. Pat ( the toughest IT dude in America) will be putting together what I expect to be an excellent trip report!

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    Quote Originally Posted by notbad View Post
    Thanks Wayne! It was more than one could ask for...in both beauty and challenge. Back home safe in WNY. Feeling blessed! Good luck with the weather. Pat ( the toughest IT dude in America) will be putting together what I expect to be an excellent trip report!
    Good to know you made it home safe. Hope you get your phone situation sorted out soon...and pictures.

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    Thanks CJ!

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    One assumes that there was an appropriate Sublett County Party in honor of Yíallís completion of this Epic Route?
    Patman? IT? Who knew?
    Wayne Out!

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    Hey now, Notbad is a super freaking tough dude. This was the hardest route I've ever done; the real deal. I'm swamped at work right now but hope to get a report up soon. I tracked the trip with a Suunto GPS watch and want to go through the data. Looks like we did around 35,000 feet of vertical climbing. Ouch!

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    Yikes! Ouch is right.
    Thatís higher than Everest if you started in Mumbai!
    Iím envious. Time to get my old bones in gear!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PatmanTN View Post
    Hey now, Notbad is a super freaking tough dude. This was the hardest route I've ever done; the real deal. I'm swamped at work right now but hope to get a report up soon. I tracked the trip with a Suunto GPS watch and want to go through the data. Looks like we did around 35,000 feet of vertical climbing. Ouch!
    Told you he was a machine!!! Glad you had a great trip...he told me how brutal it was when we had lunch on Friday but look forward to the trip report.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DuneElliot View Post
    Told you he was a machine!!! Glad you had a great trip...he told me how brutal it was when we had lunch on Friday but look forward to the trip report.
    Skurka WRHR......where machines go to be humbled!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Venchka View Post
    One assumes that there was an appropriate Sublett County Party in honor of Yíallís completion of this Epic Route?
    Patman? IT? Who knew?
    Wayne Out!
    Ainít no party like a Sublette County party! Like the sign says....Pinedale...all the civilization one needs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by notbad View Post
    Ain’t no party like a Sublette County party! Like the sign says....Pinedale...all the civilization one needs!
    Amen Brother!

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    Quote Originally Posted by notbad View Post
    Skurka WRHR......where machines go to be humbled!
    But worth every humbling moment

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    Yíall do realize that...
    If we talk about them, They will come.
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    Quote Originally Posted by notbad View Post
    Skurka WRHR......where machines go to be humbled!
    Its also humbling to design a route for yourself doing it entirely as a first by not skimping on making it easier taking in peaks that others had ignored on a WRHR traverse...without a mapset, accumulating data,.... which is what Skurka did. LOTS of elev change though. It's a demanding route. Congrats to Notbad and Patman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogwood View Post
    Its also humbling to design a route for yourself doing it entirely as a first by not skimping on making it easier taking in peaks that others had ignored on a WRHR traverse...without a mapset, accumulating data,.... which is what Skurka did. LOTS of elev change though. It's a demanding route. Congrats to Notbad and Patman.
    Plenty humbling for this full time working father of 4 softball dad from suburbia! I mean *****....I got lost in the mall at Xmas time last year! Definitely enjoy attempting to up the skills game though...Thanks to Mr.Skurka for his fantastic work laying out such a beautiful vacation itinerary! Saw very few footprints......thanks a bunch for the congrats Dogwood...feeling accomplished!

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    Quote Originally Posted by notbad View Post
    Plenty humbling for this full time working father of 4 softball dad from suburbia! I mean *****....I got lost in the mall at Xmas time last year! Definitely enjoy attempting to up the skills game though...Thanks to Mr.Skurka for his fantastic work laying out such a beautiful vacation itinerary! Saw very few footprints......thanks a bunch for the congrats Dogwood...feeling accomplished!
    lol........lol

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