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Monthly Archives: February 2006
Three Cub Scouts reunited after getting lost in state park Napa Valley Register – Napa,CA,USA By MARSHA DORGAN, Register Staff Writer. Three Cub Scouts were reunited with their troop after being lost for about an hour and half in Robert … Continue reading
Here’s coverage of the 2006 Mount Mitchell Marathon which takes place on the last weekend of each February.
Hawaii is planning to eradicate the famed coqui frog from the island.
Backcountry Accident Reports at February 24, 2006
Ameren has settled with Taum Sauk Supt. Jerry Toop whose family was washed away in the Dec. 14 collapse of the Taum Sauk Reservoir.
2006-02-22 Backcountry Accidents in California, Colorado, Oregon, Virginia, Washington, Australia, Spain
Accident reports as of February 22, 2006
Authorities say somebody on Valentines Day apparently dismantled the Mauna Kea summit alter with a machete.
Here’s February 22, 2006 accident reports:
EverestNews via NepalNews reports that Pemba Dorje Sherpa, 28, who claims to have climbed Everest in a record 8 hours 10 minutes was thrown in jail after he went to the police to compalin of being harrassed claimed the record … Continue reading
Snowmobilers are calling for the resignation of John Sacklin is Yellowstone’s lead planner on the winter-use environmental study that examines the effects of snowmobiles in the park after he forwarded a snowmobile joke to them.
The new $33 million lodge on Mount Magazine is the fifth largest ongoing construction project in Arkansas and the the state park system’s biggest project ever.
Police report they have recovered a 30 foot high 3-ton climbing wall that was stolen in Memphis from Outdoors Inc. but was recovered at the airport. The wall had been taken in tact and not broken apart.
Mountaineers are offering memorabilia on ebay in a charity fundraiser:
Peruvian Holmes Pantoja Bayona claims to have climber South America’s highest point in 13 hours:
Reports on five surviving avalanches on Ben Nevis: