Need a climbing partner? Trying to form a hiking group for an outing?
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It sounds like Britt is aiming for a 6:30AM time after chatting with him last night, although Brian said 7:00AM above. I am going to aim to be ready by 6:30 though.
Ryan...yes, let's be ready to leave the North Elbert TH parking lot at 6:30am so we can drive the 4x4's to the North Halfmoon TH so we can be hiking by 7am.
"Though the mountains be shaken and the hills be removed, yet My unfailing love for you will not be shaken nor My covenant of peace be removed," says the Lord, who has compassion on you. (Isaiah 54:10)
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forbins_mtn wrote:Room for one more? I haven't checked my own thread in a few days and it seems like you guys have got some plans together. way to be, guys!
That's the way we roll!
All of that to say, yes I am sure we could accomodate one more Forbis.
Britt-I figured the 6:30 was the time. (I'll plan to be ready a bit earlier since I've not quite been ready right on time the last 2 climbs.)
"Climbing mountains is the only thing I know that combines the best of the physical, spiritual, and emotional world all rolled into one." -Steve Gladbach
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Looking forward to getting Castle and Conundrum! Let's go team!
"Mountains seem to answer an increasing imaginative need in the West. More and more people are discovering a desire for them, and a powerful solace in them. At bottom, mountains, like all wildernesses, challenge our complacent conviction - so easy to lapse into - that the world has been made for humans by humans. Most of us exist for most of the time in worlds which are humanly arranged, themed and controlled. One forgets that there are environments which do not respond to the flick of a switch or the twist of a dial, and which have their own rhythms and orders of existence. Mountains correct this amnesia. By speaking of greater forces than we can possibly invoke, and by confronting us with greater spans of time than we can possibly envisage, mountains refute our excessive trust in the man-made. They pose profound questions about our durability and the importance of our schemes. They induce, I suppose, a modesty in us."
― Robert Macfarlane
― Robert Macfarlane