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Old 04-23-2010, 11:52 PM   #1
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Celebrating Your 46er?

I'm approaching the end of my 46er journey with 39 in the bag. I know the journey won't end at 46 however as I will be in those mountains for many more years to come. I am greatly looking forward to this semester ending and me having a little more free time on hand. Will be glorious!!

I was just wondering how people have celebrated their 46er atop their final peak. I for one plan to finish my 46er on top of Dix on my 21st birthday with some good friends and some Lake Placid Ubu Ale while capturing it on my old super 8 film camera.

I'd like to hear about the good times people had ending their 46er or the outlandish things they've done
"To live only for some future goal is shallow. Itís the sides of the mountain which sustain life, not the top. Hereís where things grow. But of course, without the top you canít have any sides. Itís the top that defines the sides. So on we go...we have a long hurry...just one step after the next...."

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46er, celebrate

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