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I got off route and had to bailout. Left 1 #3 Camalot, one small cam and 3 tri-cams. $25 reward

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It popped off as I was climbing Unholy Wick. There was a couple below who placed it by a tree, and when I went back, it was gone. If you have seen this watch and picked it up, please let me know.



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I left my green Scarpa climbing shoes under Belly Roll/ Dennis on Saturday afternoon. Please give it to ranger if you find it. Thank you!

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The pin at the belay / rappel came off. I bashed it in but it is cosmetic.

We left two nuts and a sling and two biners to make it safe. Please do not take them

We will go back up tomorrow, Friday 10/28/11 with a permanent link to make it safe.

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Describe it, and I’ll get it back to you.

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Member cards on the bulletin board

For 10 years now, the Minnewaska Distance Swimmers Association or “MDSA” has offered one of the best swimming experiences in Ulster County.  On Sunday, July 31 at 5:30pm, you will have your final opportunity of the summer to get in on the fun–the last swim test will be given that day at the Rosendale Community Pool .   What’s so special about it?  Read on… Read the rest of this entry »

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Here’s my letter to the Minnewaska State Park Master Planners. Did you send yours?

    Minnewaska State Park is the ‘sleeping giant’ of the Hudson Valley. Within it’s bounds lay some of the finest recreation opportunities to be found in this or any state. Beyond recreation, the Park’s vastness offers a rare opportunity for visitors to leave a busy world behind, and discover unaccustomed solitude, beauty and peace.

    Yet all too often, we’ve found the Minnewaska experience blighted by policies that have limited our enjoyment, often without apparent reason. For years, we’ve known Minnewaska as the Park that says “NO”. “No” to swimming on 90 degree days after Labor Day. “No” to climbing on the most spectacular cliffs in the Park. “No” to taking home the blueberries we pick….

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At first glance, the Minnewaska Master Plan seemingly has something for everyone. Here’s an abbreviated list of the major improvements mentioned in the plan: Read the rest of this entry »

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