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Tomas KristoforyDid you hear sad news?

Tomas Kristofory

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Hi Ivona, you made fantastic photos. I plan to ascend Rysy the way you did, but I'm so afraid - so many dangers on the way! We must have respect to mountains - and it still may not be enough. Did you hear sad news about polish climber having died in the wall of Maly Kezmarsky stit - in polish here and in slovak here. For a better picture see my photo. Greets, Tomas :)
Posted Feb 25, 2008 1:56 pm

IvonaRe: Did you hear sad news?

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ohh,I see now.Thank you Tomas for this massage.It is really sad..Great but dangerous wall and I am sure that this man knew about it.
This photo was made by my colleague 2 weeks ago,but I have received it now.We made trip to Wielicka Valley on saturday before my trip to Polish Tatra.I leave about 1,5 houres from Polish and Slovak's Tatra by car..so I am able to be very fast there even for one day..I have to only get up ealier..at 4 am:))
I wish you good luck in March.
Posted Feb 25, 2008 2:43 pm

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