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PostThu Jul 28, 2022 1:46 pm 
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Great trip! From this picture it looks like you have a day pack (35-40l) whereas the poor soul behind you is hauling for the group! I'd love to know your packing technique? biggrin.gif

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PostThu Jul 28, 2022 2:02 pm 
I know, right? The red pack belongs to Mick, the ultimate professional, who knows how to go light. In the picture, Maggie's pack looks more stuffed than it was, at least I hope. All-in and with food, my pack (not in this picture) weighed 30 pounds at the start of the trip, which is on the heavy side. This included a two-person tent (2.2 pounds), which came in handy with the mosquitos.

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PostThu Jul 28, 2022 3:10 pm 
Congrats! Logan is probably my favorite Bulger peak, although I've never done the Freemont Glacier route.

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PostThu Jul 28, 2022 4:10 pm 
Congratulations! I thoroughly enjoy reading the journey of others and appreciate your summary at the end.
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Once near Park Creek Pass, the views are sublime. I remember feeling entirely at peace witnessing Buckner to the Inspiration Ice Cap. Thank you for capturing and sharing this shot.

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PostThu Jul 28, 2022 5:15 pm 
Much congrats at grinding away to finish the list. Over the past few years, I've began to think Logan is one of the most scenic pks viewed from other summits. Nice choice for #100.

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PostFri Aug 05, 2022 10:44 am 
Jon, such an honor to be a part of the journey. I have learned so much from you, and have been inspired by your accomplishment. I love the Cascades, and have enjoyed exploring the technical aspect of climbing with you.

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PostFri Aug 05, 2022 8:38 pm 
Wow, this is so awesome! Congrats on such an amazing accomplishment smile.gif

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