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Monthly Archives: September 2005
Islandpacket.com reports a 9-year-old was airlifted after falling 100 down a waterfall near Ceasars Head State Park in South Carolina. Wayside Park is part of the Mountain Bridge Wilderness area. There have been numerous injuries there including a 20-year-old Marine … Continue reading
A PR Report says The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) presented AmerenUE’s Taum Sauk pumped-storage hydroelectric plant its prestigious “Milestone in Electrical Engineering and Computing” award.
NewIndia Press reports five were killed in an avalanche on Mount Chomiomo.
Boston.com reports 2 Doberman Pinschers lost 50 pounds after being lost 13 days on Glastenbury Mountain in Vermont.
The AP reports say two hikers near Shoshone Lake in Yellowstone were attacked fully stride by a grizzly bear which relented after being sprayed in the face by bear spray.
Police are investigating the mystery 200 foot plunge from a bridge of a father and son at Yellowstone.
WF Courier reports 11-year-old Kyle fell 60 feet while climbing a cliff at Backbone State Park.
WLNS reports Debra Murray fell 30 feet while hiking in Canyon Falls Park in Baraga County in Michigan.
The Billings Gazette reports Mountain 10,031 in the Gallatin Range has been named Alex Lowe Peak who died in a 1999 avalanche.
The AP reports a soloist on Yosemite’s Half Dome was the park’s sixth fatality this season.
Ted Keizer is seeking Duofold Hike 50 challenge, trekking 50 kilometers (about 31 miles) in 50 states within 100 days
To raise money for Hurricane Katrina relief efforts, the Mount Washington Hotel is auctioning itself off online. The winner gets the complete use of the hotel, all 200 rooms, which accommodate 500 people.
Science Daily reports University of Pennsylvania biologists have created a backpack that generates 7.4 watts of electricity.
The AP reports a company says the volcanic ash between Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa resembles that of Mars and wants to sell it to NASA for training.
The AP reports rescuers spent 10 hours extracting Christopher Stroupe, 33, of Lebanon, from the Flume-Slide Trail in the White Mountains near Lincoln, NH.