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40 Bulgers from the Abernathy summit

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DeanSuper job

Dean

Voted 10/10

that is a work of art.
Posted Dec 13, 2009 10:28 pm

larryNRe: Super job

larryN

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Thanks, Dean, and I will pardon your pun. I had the opportunity to climb Abernathy with Art Freeman's party last Oct, and it was #100 for Art! There were two other climbers in the party who have climbed all 100, Roy McMurtrey and Don Duncan, and I asked how many of the Bulgers we could see. I used the autostitch application (recommended by the Gimpilator) and it did a good job putting the pano together.
Posted Dec 13, 2009 10:40 pm

KlenkeRe: Super job

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Not bad. A few are missing.

You have two As listed. The first A isn't labeled on the map, but it is Fortress left of Bonanza Peak.

f is nothing (it is the east shoulder bump of Lago)
g is actually Lake
and Lost is unlabeled farther right.
Blackcap is also visible (though hiding) in front of the above f.
Tupshin is mostly visible at the extreme left edge of the pano.
I suppose H is Sahale.

Reynolds Peak is another Top 100 summit with a great many Bulgers in view from its top (on a clear day).
Posted Dec 15, 2009 8:06 pm

larryNRe: Super job

larryN

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Thanks for reviewing this. I added -A)Fortress , and just made the Lake and Lost change. It looks like Blackcap is almost directly behind Monument, so I don't think you see it.

Do you think I should label Tupshin?

I would like to climb N Gardner next May/June, and that should have a view of 70-75 Bulgers.
Posted Dec 15, 2009 9:43 pm

KlenkeRe: Super job

Klenke

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Yeah, I think you're right regarding Black Cap.

Add Tupshin if you want.

When I did N. Gardner it was a whiteout thunderstorm, so I could only see one Bulger from its summit: the one I was standing on.
Posted Dec 16, 2009 2:08 am

larryNTwo more summits

larryN

Hasn't voted

Don Duncan just pointed out that Mt Custer and Mt Rahm are visible to the right of Jack, so I added them.
Posted Dec 17, 2009 10:37 pm

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on Dec 13, 2009 10:07 pm

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