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  1. Hurray!!! You are such a Winner!
    love & love,
    -g-

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    1. And, I haven't crossed the finished line yet. :-)

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  2. Yes!! Gold medal! (I love this. And hope that when we get to Colorado soon I can summon the energy to walk up the stairs to the guest bedroom in our son and DIL's home. Yeah, stairs -- we're not used to -- and It's already a mile high there on the ground floor. Lotta' altitude for this flatlander.

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    1. You've got it, Sallie! By the time you leave you'll be stronger by those stairs, by golly. :-)

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  3. A great photo, but just seeing all that lot on your back makes me realise why I've never fancied backpacking! :)

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    1. I got to be a very good at packing during those years. For years I skipped the tent. Tarp was good enough.

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  4. A journey not for the weak

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    1. Definitely need to be strong-minded. :-)

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  5. Wow, that was quite the accomplishment.

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    1. The First Husband and I climbed that mountain nearly every summer we had together. Scariest was coming down for me. I got very good scooting on my butt.

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  6. Good for you, what a beautiful place to hike but I don't think I could make it anymore so more power to you! I'm trying to get the energy to fetch an ice cream bar.

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    1. Jeanna, this photo was 30 years ago. I definitely couldn't climb it today, but I'd love to. The last time I scrambled up it was 22 years ago when I tossed the ashes of the First Husband at the top.

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    2. Ahh, that's a bittersweet memory.

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  7. Same knees, (albeit a bit more worn out) different mountain. :)

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  8. Love this photo! We are heading to Tahoe this month, taking our pup along. We will be looking for dog-friendly trails. I'm sure he will have far more energy than I do. Slowing down with age, but as you say, I'm still going and haven't crossed the finish line yet!

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    1. Cheers to you, Sharon! We'll know when we've crossed the ultimate finish line. :-)

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Thanks for the good cheer. :-)

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