green with envy

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green with envy

Postby Bob » Tue May 04, 2010 2:05 pm

d_shorb is being kind of quiet and stealthy about this, but I stumbled across a recent TR of his to the Truchas. Pretty awesome:
http://www.summitpost.org/album/617167/ ... -2010.html

Way to get the goods! I'm jealous as hell.
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Re: green with envy

Postby scotthsu » Tue May 04, 2010 3:06 pm

no sh*t, way to throw down the gauntlet Dan!
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Re: green with envy

Postby danshorb » Tue May 04, 2010 11:56 pm

Bob wrote:d_shorb is being kind of quiet and stealthy about this, but I stumbled across a recent TR of his to the Truchas. Pretty awesome:
http://www.summitpost.org/album/617167/ ... -2010.html

Way to get the goods! I'm jealous as hell.


scotthsu wrote:no sh*t, way to throw down the gauntlet Dan!


Bob and Scott, You gentlemen have been hiding some sweet gems down here . . . seems like there has been decades of the 'quiet and stealthy' going on. eh? I'm green with envy of you for calling these your home mountains for quite sometime. I'm not saying you deserve spankings, but it seems some sort of reprimand should be in order.

Perhaps I may, one day, begin to emulate YOUR stealthiness...
The only two things you can truly depend on are Gravity and Greed. -Jack Palance
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Postby Bob » Wed May 05, 2010 8:02 am

What on earth are you talking about? There is no snow and there are no mountains here. Everyone knows that.

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Re: green with envy

Postby scotthsu » Wed May 05, 2010 11:40 am

d_shorb wrote:Bob and Scott, You gentlemen have been hiding some sweet gems down here . . . seems like there has been decades of the 'quiet and stealthy' going on. eh? I'm green with envy of you for calling these your home mountains for quite sometime. I'm not saying you deserve spankings, but it seems some sort of reprimand should be in order.

Perhaps I may, one day, begin to emulate YOUR stealthiness...


I'm sure there are many from the Taos area that are especially stealthy. They've probably done many first descents up and down the Sangres without any fanfare (including in CO).
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