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The summit of Freel Peak and the "ammo" box register. What I found interesting was the two cement blocks that the box sat between. I guess there weren't enough rocks available. June 5, 2004. Did I mention the view


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rpcSomebody needed a workout??


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Congratulations on your Nevada peak-bagging spree! Started checking out your pictures - beautiful stuff. The sun, the dry weather, the blue sky.......oh man, when are things going to improve weather-wise around here??!!

The two concrete blocks are a puzzle - guess someone wanted to fill their pack for a better workout? I'd rather bring a BBQ grill, charcoal, steak, trimmings, and a couple of lawn chairs instead if I were going for that kind of a work-out :)
Posted Jun 8, 2004 1:35 pm

DeanRe: Somebody needed a workout??


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Thanks Radek, it was a super fun trip. We had a mini epic on Mt. Rose (high wind that dang near blew us off the summit ridge) but the rest of the week was absolutely gorgeous weather.

Hey, maybe those cement blocks were going to be the foundation for a McD's.

Posted Jun 8, 2004 3:33 pm

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