I was surprised to hear that you were only the second one... I would have thought more people would have pulled it off, especially with how many peak-baggers we have around here. It certainly is quite a feat though; I would have been hooting and yodeling, too!
Thanks David. Indeed there are many peakbaggers around, but most of them probably look down their noses at those of us who would stoop so low as to tromp around in a wheatfield trying to make sure we touch the highest point. The project was very satisfying because of the great variety of places to travel and scenes to enjoy. Since I live in Vancouver USA, it's a long way to the 100-highest, Home Court and Back Court peaks, for example, so those sorts of lists can't be feasibly worked on during a 2-day weekend due to all the driving.
There are still only 7 WA COHP finishers, so the door is open to be a "pioneer" of sorts.
trip report. Thanks for posting.