I'm blushing--especially since I know I suck at html.
will attach if you want. btw, Modesto Little Cottonwood has a page on here under west pueblo ridge, and Kigermann has a page also.
Don't forget Matterhorn in the Wallowa's.
You might compare your list to Howbert's. His is here. He uses 500P as the cutoff.
A ha. I see. Your page could use a description section (i.e., more text) but I'm sure you haven't got around to that yet. Someone finished the Oregon Top 100 recently. Who was that?
Seems like it shouldn't take three years. Of course, I haven't done it yet. I've done 5 myself. OSU bookstore huh...I'm sitting about 600 feet from that exact location right now. I might go ask her about it.
I'll add more text as it becomes available. Trying to get rid of that tr> tr>...tried about 20 different ways, not dice.
I think 3 years is a rather short amount of time to get 100 peaks done, even Oregon peaks, which in general aren't as rugged as the Washington 100. Plus there is the time, money, and circumstances that would conspire against getting them done so quickly.
If you want, send me an email with your (my...) html code for the table and I'll see if I can fix your problem so that your flattering imitation doesn't make me want to kill you. You should be able to contact me through my profile page. I think I see what the problem is but I'm not sure (viewing your html table code in Page Source is cumbersome).
Sent it to you then fixed it...sorry.
The difference between Washington and Oregon is the access and technical level of the peaks. Oregon you can litterally park your car and walk up the peak. There are plenty of Washington peaks you can't do that (Mt. Maude, and Glacier Peak for an example). I suppose you could make that argument for the Wallows and Elkhorns, but I would imagine you could do those in one or two trips.
(Post thought...having been to the Wallows now, you can't to 50 peaks in 1 or 2 trips...)
I think I've got one of those spurious html marks on one of my other lists somewhere. One of these days...
When I first saw your page and your flattering duplication of my style, I got a chuckle out of seeing the "No Image Yet" thumbnail because it brought back memories. It's hard to explain.
Anyway, I think there are enough Top 100 lists on SP now that I might as well make a Top 100s collector (parent) page for them all akin to my Prominence Lists collector page.
Links to a a few pictures;
#39 Twin Mountain
#85 Lookout Mountain
#92 Pine Creek Mountain
#100 Crook Peak
Looks like you're making progress on this list, I see you signed a bunch of SE Oregon registers way to go!
Added your pictures.
Ya, we were going for Crook on a five peak traverse and just ran out of energy after Drake, Light, Twelvemile, and McDowell. Too bad really, just looked down at that thick raven between McDowell and Crook and couldn't see another 1200 feet loss, 1200 foot gain in elevation.
Thanks for the pictures.
P.S to all. Added pictures for [Echo-Tombstone],[Traverse-Trail], and Granite Butte.
East Pk., Thielsen:
Getting the time off of work to drive 5-7++ hours for access to each peak has been my biggest adversary. Two days doesn't usually cut it.
Mount Melissa and Thielsen East Peak added.
here is a page for Hurricane South
Picture of elkhorn in the wallowas
Definitely going to do Elkhorn this summer, its a nice looking peak. I took a bunch of pictures of it trying to figure out what the route would be.
Are we talking Elkhorn Peak or Elkhorn Mountain? Or is there another Elkhorn?
#21 on the list, but its actually called Elkhorn Peak according to the USGS Topo.
Why would the USGS allow two peaks with the same name within 60 miles of one another? *sigh* Sometimes you wonder who makes these decisions and why they can't take the 15 minutes to remove the confusion.
I'll add the picture in a bit. I have all that stuff on one computer and the process for editing pages is somewhat troublesome in some cases.
Here is a page for Mount Harriman:
Here is a page for Mount Carmine: