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August 2021 Newsletter

“Because in the end, you won’t remember the time you spent working in the office or mowing the lawn. Climb that goddamn mountain.” – Jack Kerouac


NOTE FROM THE EDITOR: I just got back from the Tetons. I highly recommend them for climbing, though not the hot temps and smoky skies. It’s also a great place to people watch, as the guided clients have a wide variety of skill and styles on the Grand.

Please send pictures and trip reports to jwpq49@gmail.com my the 25th of the month so I can include them in the newsletter.

Cheers!

Raymond topping out the Remsberger pitch on the NW face of Liberty Bell, 5.10+, Grade III. (Photo: Jarek Kotlarczyk)

August Meeting:

No meeting in August, so at least we don’t have to use zoom!


Skagit Alpine Club Meeting Notes: July 7, 2021

We met in person for the first time since the pandemic started and held our (usually) annual picnic. I heard it was a great time!

New Business:


Park Butte Work Party: August is usually the month when we get together to work on the Park Butte Lookout. Keep checking your e-mails for more details!


Brendan on top of Little Tahoma. (Photo Courtesy: Brendan Gabriel)

Old Business:


Support for Alex: As most of you know, one of our most dedicated members and instructors, Alex Korteum, suffered a stroke in January. His recovery and rehabilitation have been going well, and he’s enjoying being home after his stay in the hospital. If you’re so inclined, here is a link to a GoFundMe campaign that’s been set up to help him and his family as he recovers. https://www.gofundme.com/f/29voa9w51c


SAC 60th Anniversary! So what if SAC turns 61 this year? Last year doesn’t… Help us celebrate 60 years of SAC by climbing mountains! The club is attempting to summit all the Skagit 60 peaks in 2020/2021 to commemorate the 60th anniversary. The website used to track our progress is skagit60.com. We only have 13 left!


Some of this year’s BMC students getting after on Del Campo. They’re eager to keep getting after it, so if you’re looking for a partner, let them know! (Photo: Juliet Evans)


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