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Turquoise Skirt with Gores

Yesterday I finally got around to using some fabric that I bought for a project last year! Is that bad or WHAT?!?!? :) The fabric is knit, but as you can see it has a really neat texture! 600 more words

Sewing

Peak R - North Couloir

Last year, a good friend Scott Winn and I ventured into Upper Slate Creek around the first week of June to try and ski a line I’ve looked at from the valley floor many of times while backpacking. 1,024 more words

Ski Mountaineering

Peak Z - Zebra Stripe

Coming down the hill from Summit Cove to Dillon on highway 6, your sights immediately get drawn to the view of the Gore Range. From there, if your a backcountry skier, your sights get further drawn into a beauty of a couloir standing out among everything else deeper in the range. 824 more words

Ski Mountaineering

Keller Peak - A North Couloir

Keller Peak is one of the many peaks in the Gore Range that is often overlooked. It sits as a dividing line between North Rock Creek and Boulder creek, and has many options for good skiing down all of its faces. 352 more words

Ski Mountaineering

Rain Peak - North Couloir

Rain peak is one of those mountains that gets completely overlooked. Standing high above the Willowbrook neighborhood at 13,130, this mountain often gets overshadowed by its close neighbor, East Thorne. 643 more words

Ski Mountaineering

Marine Salvage

#C-3560
Gores, Joseph N.

Library of Congress: 70-139025
Category: Sunken Treasure
Keywords: Egypt, Niagara, Laurentic, 1715 Fleet, Orinoco
Comments: Includes a bibliography; illustrated
Size: 6.5″ x 9.5″ 100 more words

Sunken Treasure