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Tuckerman Ravine Adventure, 1994
footnote 00: about these footnotes
footnote 01: early mornings
footnote 03: snowtires
footnote 04: credo
footnote 05: altitudes
footnote 06: hojo's
footnote 07: falling Down Chute
footnote 08: back up Chute
footnote 09: climbing left gully
footnote 10: hillman's highway
footnote 11: gracias
footnote 12: jay jansen trip
footnote 09: climbing left gully

Tuckerman Ravine

Report on visit, 5-8-94

copyright 1994, Wesley Alan Wright

Avoiding a nasty hike? Substitution is a better word. Not having scared myself quite enough with my creative Chute descent, I certainly succeeded here. It wasn't so much that it was steep, or that it was long, or that I was dog tired -- it was the synergy of the three: I found myself hyperventilating and wishing I was back at home, safe in bed, in the arms of my lover -- anyplace but clinging to a 50 degree snow covered ravine by the tips of my well worn Langes!

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