Well written. Interesting history!
Thanks for stopping in and voting. I have enjoyed your pix of the San Juans particularly Arrow and of course in Tehas a great page on El Capitan.
Good deal-I initially thought you were talking about 32 pitches of the nose but Guadalupe it is. I'll be looking for it.
Reminds me to make plans for Maine in 2004. Good page and photos.
Its a good place to make plans for. My Parents did it for 46 years-and carried the plans out. Thanks for checking things out. There is a cliff at the bottom of the North slide which is particularly dangerous on descent.
Landslide that spells OJI? Very interesting!
Used to before 1938. Hope you had a good virtual trip. there is a nasty cliff at the bottom of the north slide that I should depict. Thanks for your vote and visit.
Cool page, I like the shot of 'the slide. a lot. Cheers
Thanks for checking it out and giving your vote. My small daughter and son were prudently stopped by my 15 year old brother in law at the brow of the bottom cliff-that was kinda close for a family outing. I linked a picture of this cllff to the page.
Nice Page, colorful, interesting, well done.
This is one of the more curious names I've seen for a peak. The origin of the name you mention is interesting as well. Nice page!
Thanks for checking it out. Apparently some folks use it for beginiing alpine work in the winter. I thought the landslides might avalanche but the wind scours it quite a bit.. Looks like you will be climbing out in Red Rocks some this winter.
Thanks for your good vote. This mountain is tougher to climb than it looks.
Thanks for your good vote. This mountain is a modest scarmble. Good luck in the Boston Marathon.
Fun to read. You have a broken link just below the weather link.