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Mt. Rainier – Failed Attempt

I did not summit Mt. Rainier.  It was a great experience getting trained, and I am very glad to have tried, and though I have learned to enjoy the road, smell the flowers along the way, and realize you’re having fun — that it is not getting there that counts, I am still more than a little disappointed in myself for not making the summit.  I learned a lot about myself, my body, and appreciated the support and encouragement of my friends. 

This was not on my life list of things to do (it was for a friend’s 55th birthday wish, but as of this afternoon, climbing Mt Rainier is now on my list. 

Enjoy the pics from Chris, Jeb (Wonder Boy), and me.  Damien will be sending his soon. 

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