[pct-l] Mt. Humphrey Expedtion
reinholdmetzger at cox.net
Wed May 9 23:04:08 CDT 2007
Reinhold will not be available for rescue missions, he will be at Scott and
You guys will be on your own.
Besides, there is no need for a restaurant, Switchback & Meadows Ed have
enough spare calories between the two of them to make it down without any
The malnourished one
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tortoise" <Tortoise73 at charter.net>
To: <hiker97 at aol.com>
Cc: <pct-l at mailman.backcountry.net>; <carolwbruno at yahoo.com>; "Reinhold
Metzger" <reinholdmetzger at cox.net>
Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2007 8:45 PM
Subject: Re: [pct-l] Mt. Humphrey Expedtion
> Switchback, oh Switchback.
> Something is wrong, very wrong.
> I looked up Mount Humphrey on Google Earth. Apparently there
> is no tram to the top, no restaurant, not even a road. And
> the top is several miles from the trailhead. You are really
> going for EXTREME ADVENTURE this time.
> I'm keeping my fingers crossed for your safe return.
> I hope Reinhold will stay on standby to launch a rescue
> mission if needed.
> <> He who finishes last, wins! <>
> I switched to Mac OSX rather than fight Windows
> Using Mozilla Thunderbird
> hiker97 at aol.com wrote:
> > The big Mt. Humphrey (12,633 feet) PCT training expedition is on for May
30 - June 2. Expedition members are Meadows Ed and Switchback. Expedition
members will arrive in Flagstaff on Thursday, May 31 to check out the local
scene. Copious amounts of food will be consumed at Cracker Barrel
restaurant and then partying with the local mountaineers.
> > All the warnings and cautions by local adventurers will not deter
expedition members from their appointment with destiny. We do not take the
chance of death personally and pain is only weakness leaving the body.
> > On Friday an overnight base camp will be established at high altitude.
On Saturday the summit push will be executed no matter the dangers and lack
of oxygen. After some time at the summit, an orderly retreat will be made
back to civilization.
> > There will probably be much celebration and interviews at the trailhead
parking lot by the local and state papers, radio, and TV.
> > We thank you for your support.
> > Switchback the Peak Bagger
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