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No problem -Silly.
 
I see where you got confused.  I wrote:
 
"We were in awe of it on a Gaspe trip back in the early 90s.  Easily seen from the summit of Mt. Logan"

 

Or perhaps you were thrown because I wrote "Mount" and not "Mont".  I am sure had I said, "Mont Logan," your geographically challenged hackles would not have become ruffled.  :)


> Oh.
> 
> I thought you meant the real Mt. Logan. That would be the one 
> everyone thinks of when someone mentions Mt. Logan. The one that's 
> the second highest peak in North America, at 19.5K, with a summit 
> plateau the size of Manhattan. Not some pimple in eastern Canada.
> 
> Silly me.
> 
> -marc 


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