I think I should chime in here, given the epic flame war that I started here almost two years ago, on a similar topic (I'm still traumatized)...

First off, and it's been said before in this thread, Jay's route is outlined in much detail in David Goodman's publicly-available book. So I don't think there's much of a problem with this post, in particular.

Secondly, I'd like the take the opportunity to once again express the disappointment that I feel that a bunch of skiers like us can't just share some fun-finding information with each other. I wish some of you guys thought more like skiers out west.

On the contrary, I do sometimes find it odd that nearly 500 non-posting people read this list every day.

At any rate, I enjoy your posts, Jay. Keep up the good work, just try not to piss anyone off.

- Brian

On Tue, Jan 19, 2010 at 4:43 PM, roger Klinger <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

Via backchannel, I have been reminded that once, I too crossed the line with too much information, including very specific geospatial detail.  It has been suggested that I post this again to show that we are all fallible. For those that haven't been around here for that long, I offer the link to the full, absolutely classic(in my mind) tr, below.  Please disregard the repetition halfway through the tr, as it is an error of cut and paste, but be sure to click on the link at the end of the tr, which shows the map of the trip in full detail.


For those of you that are of the new, photo-only tr generation, and don't enjoy reading,  here is a direct link to the map:

Now go get lost.
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