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I was lucky enough to encounter this rescue dog (Mila) after descending to the Railroad Grade basecamp via the Easton Glacier. The prominent, triangular peak above her left ear is Sherman Peak. Above her right ear are a pair of rock outcrops that mark the location of the Sherman crater. The Easton glacier route works its way upwards from the top of the Railroad Grade (~7000') to the left of the icefall (broken up glacier adjacent to Mila's right ear), curves to the right towards the crater (~9625'), traverses left from the crater below the rock outcrops, and ascends the east side of the Roman Wall (~30 degree face just left of the crater) to the rounded summit plateau.

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thomneed help

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is it possible to send him over to europe?

Posted Apr 20, 2004 3:23 pm

scottvRe: need help

scottv

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yes of course. she is after all part English Pointer so she knows the route! Be forewarned: the beer she carries stays pretty warm...
Posted Sep 16, 2004 5:47 am

nebbenGood dog!!

nebben

Voted 10/10

Does she know what beer tastes like? My two boxers would finish that can before it would be of any use to a rescuee!
Posted Mar 25, 2006 12:11 am

Alex WoodWow

Alex Wood

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almost looks like my dog. Funny picture...
Posted Sep 12, 2008 12:25 am

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on Jul 25, 2001 4:24 pm

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