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Postby bird » Mon Nov 30, 2009 4:35 pm

pinscar wrote:"Huascarans (North and South) Transverse July 1-8, 2010 !!"

I am especially intrigued by the "transverse." :wink:


Sounds tough...how do you keep your crampons from getting caught in your dress?
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Postby Andinistaloco » Tue Dec 01, 2009 11:04 pm

Dave Dinnell wrote:However, a more popular company with climbers is Intoxic Expeditions..."After you tie in, you can tie one on" 8)


:lol:

...I used to guide for them, but I'm not sure when. I couldn't tell you how most of the trips went, either.
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Postby Hotoven » Wed Dec 02, 2009 3:39 pm

Andinistaloco wrote:
Dave Dinnell wrote:However, a more popular company with climbers is Intoxic Expeditions..."After you tie in, you can tie one on" 8)


:lol:

...I used to guide for them, but I'm not sure when. I couldn't tell you how most of the trips went, either.


Do they charge extra for the brownies, or is that included with the price? :D
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Postby Dave Dinnell » Wed Dec 02, 2009 6:46 pm

Hotoven wrote:
Andinistaloco wrote:
Dave Dinnell wrote:However, a more popular company with climbers is Intoxic Expeditions..."After you tie in, you can tie one on" 8)


:lol:

...I used to guide for them, but I'm not sure when. I couldn't tell you how most of the trips went, either.


Do they charge extra for the brownies, or is that included with the price? :D


Not sure, but their take on the old climbing mantra, "Climb high-sleep low" has been adjusted to just, "Climb High." The expedition brochure noted trips to the Himalaya, Alps, and late night trips to Jack in the Box for their taco specials.
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"Dude, you weren't really going to eat 99 tacos, were you?" "Nooo....Yeah!!!"
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