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PostWed Nov 27, 2002 9:29 pm 
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Ladles and gentlespoons,

I raked my web site over the coals, gave it a spiffy new look (it was sooo 1997). Stories are easier to read, better organized. Let me know what'cha think:

http://www.mountainwerks.org/cma

--Michael
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PostThu Dec 05, 2002 8:19 am 
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Looks great-good job, Michael. I'll definitely be looking in more often.
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PostThu Dec 05, 2002 10:44 am 
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Michael - On second examination I saw your story on The Sassolungo and was amazed at the photos. What an incredible place. One of my coworkers and her husband climbed it this past summer, and stayed in a hut at the base of the mountain. I would love to go there, and if I couldn't climb I'd love to just stay in a hut and stare at the mountain for a few days. Anyway, beautiful photos and great story.
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PostThu Dec 05, 2002 12:24 pm 
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Thanks Salish! You should totally climb it. The easiest way is the way we came down, which was still darned exciting. But you do get to start from the Toni Demetz Hut, which you can reach by lift. Easier peaks such as Piz Boe are across the valley, offering equally nice views.

The Sass' really is the abode of witches, bats and demons. At least that's the feeling you get craning your neck up at it!

Thanks for lettin' me know your thoughts!
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