Congratulations for your new page!
A fantastic read and good pics; another great page!
Thanks brad and good luck on Capitol. Lots of snow up there, start even earlier than you want. Be prepared for a post holing affair. It should be beautiful though. I think Jim and I are going for Capitol later this season, so if ya'll don't make it you should join us.
Another great page, I was wondering if I might see you up around Hail this weekend?
Excellent in all respects. I especially like the history bit. Thanks for posting!
On the proofreading front, the only note is a "Blourock" in the "When to Climb" section.
Thnaks for the vote. Good job on Dead Dog the other day.
Good one. I especially like the history lesson.
You got any good photos to share on this one?
I've got some OK pictures but nothing that can really add to the fine shots you've put up. I should have taken a few of that #14 grain scoop in action. That sucker rulez!
Very interesting history lesson. Thanks for posting.
What's up Alan? Thanks for the vote. What kind up tentative plans do you have for Colorado this season?
It depends on the condition of my back of which I have a herniated disc. We were supposed to go to the Tetons in July, but since I can't carry a heavy pack, we may go to CO instead and do some day climbs/walk-up peaks. In August, Barry and I plan to try Teakettle and Potosi again, then climb Chimney Peak (5.6) which is east of Ouray. September is another Tetons trip with Barry, Andy, and Eric to climb Mt. Moran and Teewinot.
Nifty! But a map as the signature photo?
Charles, thanks for the vote. Thanks for the comment. I appreciate comments like your because it make me really think about why I do things the way I do. Most of the time I set my pages up instinctively, but after thinking about it, I have a purpose.
I use that Sig photo location for something different than a sig photo, it's just my style. If I'm embedding big photos in my overview text, I think its too repetative to use that sig photo location for more of the same pretty pics. So what's the next best thing? I think a topo does the job well. I also don't attach photos to the overview or any other section because I think it makes the page look cleaner and not as junked up. Too many photos takes away from the text. And lord know I spend too much time writing these pages for the text to be ignored because of all the pretty photos plastered on a page. Again, it's just my style that I developed over the past 4 years on SP.
Another great page Kane! I have been eyeing a trip up Blaurock and Ervin for some time and your route description, early season access, and obvious enjoyment of these peaks has only piqued my interest further.
Very nice Kane. You interested in Henry Peak (Fossil Ridge Wilderness) soon?
yes, I am interested. so is Jim. He actually introduced it to me while on the summit of Sayres.
Very nice page!
Good history lesson... nice to have this documented.