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February 19th, 2005 - The largest known avalanche slab that I knocked loose on my fall down from Cedar Ridge.


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Joseph Bullough3 stars ?

Joseph Bullough

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The man just fell a thousand feet down the mountain and he only gets 3 stars on his photos! Give him a break!
Posted Feb 24, 2005 5:11 pm

PellucidWombatRe: 3 stars ?


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Hey! I don't need pity points!
Posted Feb 24, 2005 8:18 pm

NelsonNow that is something I hope to never see.


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Wow, that was a heart-pounding trip report! You are one lucky dude. Also skilled and well-prepared, but lucky!
Posted Feb 26, 2005 10:23 pm

scottsolinkowheres the avalanche come in?

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If you set this avalanche off wouldn't you of been buried in it? I'm confused.
Posted Mar 21, 2005 10:06 pm

The Lower MarmotRe: wheres the avalanche come in?

The Lower Marmot

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I think that that's the idea behind the picture. A few weeks ago this story was in the news from California to the UK--it was a very significant event. Go to the Mt. Nebo page and read his excellent Trip Report, it will explain better than I ever could.
Posted Mar 21, 2005 10:51 pm

PellucidWombatRe: wheres the avalanche come in?


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Technically, the 30ft X 6f tX ? cornice that broke off beneath me set it off, and I just happened to ride down behind it, catching up to the derbis as it slowed down. More details in my TR of the incident.

Last I heard, the AP article of the incident made it to India and Australia!
Posted Mar 22, 2005 10:23 am

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PellucidWombatSubmitted by PellucidWombat
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