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Scrooge
Famous Grouse



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Famous Grouse
PostSun Aug 04, 2002 10:33 am 
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Seeing what some people are doing in the mountains makes me uncomfortably aware that I'm a wimp. - Climbing, skiing and some great mountain photography.

http://www.mtnphil.com/

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Dean
(aka CascadeHiker)



Joined: 02 Mar 2002
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Location: ex Kennewick, Wa & Lehi Utah
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(aka CascadeHiker)
PostMon Aug 26, 2002 2:32 pm 
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Nothing wrong with being a wimp as long as you enjoy the outdoors on the terms you feel comfortable with.  I really enjoyed the pics and stories by mtnphil, thanks for sharing that site with us.  Maybe in my younger years  but now at 61 myself, I don't mind being a wimp either. cool.gif

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