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September 25, 2012

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Dan

Care to share the coordinates? Was the wild-fire smoke not too bad up that way? My wife and I have been staying out of the backcountry the last couple weeks due to the fires, but if it isn't too bad up further North we might have to head up this weekend.

Dan

Barry Briggs

Hi Dan - I was on Mt Pilchuck - well to the west of the crest. No sign of smoke, although with the lingering wisps of fog it might have been hard to see.

Marcus

Lovely.

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