Peak(s):  Mosquito Peak  -  13,781 feet
Treasurevault Mountain  -  13,701 feet
Date Posted:  06/27/2009
Date Climbed:   06/14/2009
Author:  jesse
 5 animals on the mountain   

A Cow Monkey Bear Tiger and Fire Tiger were seen camping near Mosquito Pass...
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They were surprised, but when we offered them beer they both had one already

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Cow jumps over the flame!

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Essence of the Fire Tiger

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We awoke early to try and catch sunrise at a respectable altitude, the crisp morning air kept me in the bear suit all day.

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After a long rest here and some breakfast we decided a short class 3 scramble was a great way to start the day off right.

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Rune and I morning scramblers.

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Comments or Questions
doggler
User
Wow
06/27/2009 20:43
Never seen a fire tiger this far north before.


delbo
Very Strange
03/13/2010 21:42
Douche Bags.


Tory Wells
User
Creative.......
09/03/2011 14:45
....or douche bags? You decide.



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