the 2006 version of Accidents In North American Climbing and have been disappointed each day to find it hasn't been delived. Maybe it will be there when I get home. Next time, I'll pay extra for the express delivery.
As a member of the AAC, I've had my 2006 report for at least 6 months now. Costs $75 per year for membership and you get the yearly American Alpine Journal as well, in addition to having access to the AAC's extensive mountaineering library. No, I'm not on the membership committee, I've just enjoyed what I get for my 75 bucks.
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