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ESGRE - Lost and found 3 Years, 8 Months ago  
Ghost Extraveganza went ahead as planned. Rock was warm and dry, beer was kept cold in a nearby snow drift, the fire was warm and the talk was lively. Not much multi-pitch happened although a few made an attempt to wake up early and pack, which was as far as they got due to the lack of melting. The attrittion rate was a bit shocking, 34 signed up and 24 showed up, it was only a foot of snow. However, the cragging was fun and the weather was not much of a problem. Sport climbing in snow is sorta alpine like, right? Some even slogged through waste deep snow to the top of black rock, which is even a real alpine activity!

Anyhow, I have someones mustard, French I think. I have it in my fridge. Also, someone left a CRV parked in the middle of the river (3.75 crossings into the north ghost), doors open and water flowing through. We pulled it out of the river before heading on our way and it magically appeared at the end of the asphalt after we finished climbing (not sure how that was accomplished, but if anyone knows, that number could be very useful). There was also a ford explorer, air filter on the dash , abondoned by a river crossing that also magically made it past 2 river crossings and 30 km of back road to be parked beside the CRV. All done while we were climbing.

An all around awesome trip, except for maybe the person who lost their mustard.
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Re:ESGRE - Lost and found 3 Years, 8 Months ago  
Please tell me someone got a photo of the CRV getting hauled out, I see a potential 'Breeze Photo of the Week'...
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