Beautiful and informative job, as always.
Sounds like a really wild place.
It is Nader, the 20k it takes to get back in this valley makes it rather remote. Thanks for taking the time to check it out.
Being from Belgium, I even didn't know Brussels Peak (our capital) existed ! Nice page !
Unfortuantly, she was just named after a British merchant ship, but I did have a few Hoegaardens in celebration of our attempt. Cheers.
You might want to correct the spelling of Fred Beckey's name -- there are two "e"s. I'm on a campaign to fix this througout Summitpost.org. Make the fix and let me know, and I'll increase my score on your page.
This reminds me of the time I was talking with a buddy on the trail about various climbs, sprinkling the conversation with references to "Beckey says this" and Beckey says that". A neophyte climber with us finally asked "Who is this Becky, and how come she knows so much about climbing?"
Thanks for the msp correction. I contribute quite a bit to SP and type so fast that I do get in a few msp's. My wife is kind enough to proof most of my work however. It does always amaze me that those of us who know Fred see him as simply a climbing peer (what he prefers) and those who pretend to know him, see him as a god. Cheers.