Death on El Diente

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Re: Death on El Diente

Post by travis19877 » Sat Oct 23, 2010 11:28 am

bjohnson17 wrote:I echo mtgirl's statement.... How tragic is every death in the hills but to leave a wife and unborn child behind..... particularly sad indeed. Prayers to them..... May they find strength......
Couldn't have said it any better myself..
Luke 1:37 - For nothing is impossible with God
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Re: Death on El Diente

Post by globreal » Sat Oct 23, 2010 9:32 pm

DBMerrill wrote:Britt,

Thank you so much for your kind words, and taking the time to write. My family and I are from Maryland. I believe we are planning to come back out to Colorado and to the base of El Diente sometime in December or the beginning of next summer. When I know for sure I will surely post it here. It means a lot that you would consider joining us. Thank you.

May God go with you on all your future travels.

David,
David, If you come in December, a trip to the base of the mountain would be difficult at best, and possibly somewhat dangerous (avalanche potential/frostbite) with winter conditions. It may make more sense to hike into that area during the summer season. Feel free to send me a PM (personal message) if you would like to discuss.
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