Dennis Poulin and Bob Bolton Complete OR 100 Most Prominent

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Dennis Poulin and Bob Bolton Complete OR 100 Most Prominent

Postby John Kirk » Mon Jul 29, 2013 1:23 pm

Congrats - Both are first to complete this list
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Re: Dennis Poulin and Bob Bolton Complete OR 100 Most Promin

Postby Brian Kalet » Wed Jul 31, 2013 12:06 am

Congratulations!
I'm guessing CO & OR are the only two states with the 100 most prominent completed by a single member?
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Re: Dennis Poulin and Bob Bolton Complete OR 100 Most Promin

Postby ChrisinAZ » Wed Jul 31, 2013 1:12 am

Congrats guys!

Brian--looks like it's been done in AZ too. Impressive, since Eagletail is reportedly a tough nut to crack...
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Re: Dennis Poulin and Bob Bolton Complete OR 100 Most Promin

Postby Al Sandorff » Wed Jul 31, 2013 8:23 am

Good job guys!

Brian, Arizona has 2 completers. I didn't look at any other states though.
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Re: Dennis Poulin and Bob Bolton Complete OR 100 Most Promin

Postby lukePlumley » Wed Jul 31, 2013 8:32 am

Congratulations Dennis and Bob,

That must be an excellent list! Well done!

Brian Kalet wrote:Congratulations!
I'm guessing CO & OR are the only two states with the 100 most prominent completed by a single member?


I see RoySwkr has completed the New Hampshire 100 most prominent list. No other completers in the East as far as I can tell.

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Re: Dennis Poulin and Bob Bolton Complete OR 100 Most Promin

Postby lukePlumley » Wed Jul 31, 2013 8:35 am

...and Richard Carey has completed California's 100 most prominent list!

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Re: Dennis Poulin and Bob Bolton Complete OR 100 Most Promin

Postby lukePlumley » Wed Jul 31, 2013 8:36 am

...and Alpine Andy has completed Washington's 100 most prominent list!
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Re: Dennis Poulin and Bob Bolton Complete OR 100 Most Promin

Postby Swithich » Sat Aug 03, 2013 11:42 pm

While we are on the topic...I don't believe the 100 most prominent are currently completable in NM as at least three of them exist in the bounds of the White Sands Missle Complex. So unless you want to end up in federal prison best to let them be.

Nice work on the Oregon List...there are a few rugged ones up there.

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Re: Dennis Poulin and Bob Bolton Complete OR 100 Most Promin

Postby Al Sandorff » Sat Aug 03, 2013 11:59 pm

Nevada has a similiar problem
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Re: Dennis Poulin and Bob Bolton Complete OR 100 Most Promin

Postby John Kirk » Mon Aug 05, 2013 9:41 am

Swithich wrote:While we are on the topic...I don't believe the 100 most prominent are currently completable in NM as at least three of them exist in the bounds of the White Sands Missle Complex. So unless you want to end up in federal prison best to let them be.
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All 9 Peaks unclimbed on that list are on WSMR. However, some WSMR Top 100 have been claimed - people have been successful arranging permission for these and I know of some employees who have done some of the state top 100 peaks on WSMR.
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Re: Dennis Poulin and Bob Bolton Complete OR 100 Most Promin

Postby Swithich » Fri Aug 09, 2013 10:16 pm

Yes, I have heard of a similar allowence for people at Sandia/Kirtland Airforce base (there are I think four peaks either on the base or in the withdrawl). If I was alive 20 years ago, I probably wouldn't have thought to much about just trespassing off some dirt road to get to those peaks, but the world has changed quite a bit in the last 20 years. Today (at least in my mind) it isn't worth the risk.

Not sure how you'd go about getting permission as a nonemployee.

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