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john abbott <[log in to unmask]>
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UVM Conservation Biology Discussion Group <[log in to unmask]>
Date:
Fri, 30 Mar 2007 12:50:28 -0600
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Greetings All-
	with the arrival of spring comes 2 great opportunities next week to 
see images of mountain travel by ski and by foot in some of the most 
interesting mountain terrain in South America. please join the UVM 
Outing Club film and slideshow series for consecutive viewings on 
thursday  4/5 and friday 4/6 at 7pm in CC theater! see details below. 
we look forward to seeing you there...please forward announcement to 
friends. best
*john

1. Endangered Patagonia:
	waitsfield valley photographers and adventurers brian mohr and emily 
johnson will share tales of fall '06 ski adventures to the Rio Baker 
Valley of Chile in search of fresh lines. admission for this event is 
free with a requested donation of $5 to enter their legendary, booty 
filled raffle! see other details below:



2. Green Mountain Club Taylor Series Event: Mountaineering in the Cordillera Blanca, Peru UVM Outing Club Students and John Abbott, Mark Puleio April 6, 7 P.M. UVM Campus Center Theatre, Burlington. Admission $5 benefits GMC! Join an adventurous group of UVM Recreation Management students as they share images, video and stories of their 16-day, instructional, alpine climbing class in Peru in June 2006. UVM students practiced mountaineering skills training on Pico Pastoruri before summiting their primary objective Ishinca (18,500 ft) in a climbing season with unusually heavy snowfall and avalanche danger.
John Abbott phone 656.2060 Asst. Director of Student Life e-mail [log in to unmask] Outdoor Programs fax 656.7731 Dept. of Student Life University of Vermont 48 University Pl. Burlington, VT 05405 "Giving birth and nourishing, having without possessing, acting with no expectation, leading and not trying to control: this is the supreme virtue. " - Lao Tzu from the "Tao te Ching"

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