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PostWed Mar 25, 2009 1:42 pm 
Here are the locations that Edd had visited so far:
  1. Big Snow Mountain
  2. Tinkham Peak
  3. Hidden Lake Peak
  4. Sahale Arm
  5. Tiger Mountain
  6. Yellow Aster Butte
  7. Cold Lake (Tieton Peak attempt)
  8. Three Fingers
  9. Mount Teneriffe
  10. Hurricane Hill
  11. Frog Mountain
  12. Bedal Peak
  13. Merchant Peak
  14. Buck Mountain
  15. Mount Catherine
  16. Avalanche Peak
  17. Mount Washington (Olympics)
  18. Treen Peak
  19. Zeek's Pizza social
  20. Mount Hinman
  21. Columbia Peak
  22. Mt. Bigelow
  23. Switchback Peak
  24. Granite Mountain (I-90)
  25. Seven Fingered Jack
  26. Iron Peak (Teanaway)
  27. Earl Peak (Teanaway)
  28. ...
  29. Del Campo
  30. Seven Fingered Jack
Here are the locations on a map:
View Larger Map Link to Register on Scribd Ed Miller Traveling Summit Register Memorial

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PostSat May 07, 2016 8:00 pm 
I was on Earl today and signed Ed Miller's Travelling register. It was sitting right next to the regular Earl summit register.

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PostSat May 07, 2016 9:07 pm 
androolus wrote:
I was on Earl today and signed Ed Miller's Travelling register. It was sitting right next to the regular Earl summit register.
I thought the register was reported MIA on Mac Peak several years ago. Is this a new one?

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PostSat May 07, 2016 11:59 pm 
That's great news. I thought the register was MIA as well. Hopefully someone can place Ed on another peak soon.

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PostTue May 10, 2016 8:52 pm 
Still resting on Earl's summit. Rocknclimb found it on Sunday, but didn't move it.

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PostSun Jun 19, 2016 8:08 pm 
A couple weeks ago I found Ed's register and moved it to Vesper Peak. MLH

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PostThu Jun 23, 2016 2:34 am 
So good to see Ed on the move again! I was just thinking about him the other day...looking through photos of him and our hikes and the memorial hike up Big Snow. Thanks, androolus, for reporting it found and to MLH, for moving him onward.

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PostTue Jan 24, 2017 4:00 pm 
Been a while since I've check in. Good to see the tradition still holding. Hey Mike, Tom and all...Love. Also have to add. Vesper was an earlier one of Edds. He went up with Chris and on the way down EDD had to administer fisrt aid to a gash on Chris's forhead. Glassaging accident.

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PostTue Jan 24, 2017 7:50 pm 
Good to hear from you, Oren! The register needs to get moving again!

Cheers, Mesahchie Mark
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PostWed Jun 07, 2017 10:57 am 
Ya, I didn't know what the hell I was doing up at Vesper. That happened coming down Headlee Pass. Ed plunge-stepped right down, but I got spooked, ended up falling over some snow and loosed a big rock which smashed me over my right eye. I remember Ed came over to help, then paused and pulled out his camera first, and told me,"you're gonna want a picture of this." That's why i'm laughing in the picture. Miss that guy. Oren, I still remember fondly climbing The Brothers with you and Ed. That was one of my first real mountaineering adventures.
I took a fall at Headlee Pass, descending from Vesper Peak.  32 stitches.
I took a fall at Headlee Pass, descending from Vesper Peak. 32 stitches.

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PostSat Oct 07, 2017 5:38 pm 
Ed's register was found on Del Campo. It was placed on Seven Fingered Jack a couple days ago.

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PostMon Sep 05, 2022 9:53 am 
Ed's register on 7 Fingered Jack was full and starting to fall apart so I brought it down. Who should I give it to? Please advise

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PostMon Sep 12, 2022 10:02 am 
bump Lots of heartfelt notes to Ed in here

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PostTue Sep 13, 2022 7:33 am 
Perhaps add a few sheets of paper and place it somewhere on your next hike. Cool to see that it's still out there.

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PostFri Sep 16, 2022 11:59 am 
I have contacted tgrump and agreed to take possession of the EMTSRM. Once in my possession I will go through it and verify it's contents to see what can still be included in it's next summit trip. Anything that needs replacement, meaning the first page photo of Edd and the following messages from the Family, I'll restore. I will take pictures of pages that have not been included in the Scribd link on the header page, so they'll be available for others to see. Stay tuned for more soon. Maybe we can get together one more time as a group and send the EMTSRM on it's next summit. I welcome your responses in participating and suggestion of a summit to journey to. My apologizes for not being more present in this community and not attending to my commitment to "Ed Millers Traveling Summit Register Memorial" Love in all you do, Richard, AKA naturealbeing

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