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by bird » Mon Mar 01, 2010 10:28 pm

Reminds me of standing on the summit of Orizaba in January and realizing I was the highest person (insert pot joke here) in all of North America at that moment. It was a pretty cool feeling.

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by Grampahawk » Mon Mar 01, 2010 10:49 pm

Catamount wrote:For me, the appeal is quite the opposite. Mountains make me feel small and insignificant.
Exactly. And all of my problems are not really that important either. :D

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by Bob Burd » Tue Mar 02, 2010 3:33 am

bird wrote:Reminds me of standing on the summit of Orizaba in January and realizing I was the highest person (insert pot joke here) in all of North America at that moment. It was a pretty cool feeling.


Assuming you can ignore the thousands of folks aloft in airplanes at 30,000ft at any given moment... :)

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by Andinistaloco » Tue Mar 02, 2010 4:52 am

Grampahawk wrote:
Catamount wrote:For me, the appeal is quite the opposite. Mountains make me feel small and insignificant.
Exactly. And all of my problems are not really that important either. :D


Well said! I was fortunate enough to notice several years ago that my problems disappeared while climbing. Of course, most of them are still around when I get back, but the day-long respite is pretty damned nice.

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