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Chili the ranch dog. <br /> <br />The best dog a climber could ask for.

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By John W. Knoernschild
From: Wisconsin
Jan 21, 2009

I will miss this dog. But I will see her again next year. She was waiting outside my tent to greet me every morning. She would follow me to the bathroom and wait until I came back out. Then we would go for a morning walk wherever Chili wanted to go. After that we would wake up the rest of the group (Paul and Chris) and get ready to climb. Chili would get very excited about this. As soon as we started to head towards our climb for the day, Chili would lead the way, like she knew where we were going.

Love ya Chili!

By Tradoholic
Mar 30, 2010

Chili walked my wife to the trading post too, you're not special.

By Bats
From: Texas
Apr 16, 2010

Chili Dawg is awesome. She loves climbers. That dog remember everytime I go to HCR. She knows she will get her belly rub. Chili the climber's best friend at HCR.

By ferrells
From: Minneapolis, MN
Oct 24, 2010

Sounds like this dog's the HCR equivalent of the lady at the campground at Ceuse that only speaks French, and who told me, in a soothing tone, that I must visit Ceuse next year, or she would miss me. I told this to Ethan Pringle, feeling that I had made a special bond with this woman, and he said, "You're not special, dude, she says that everyone". I can't hear that enough.
Despite this, I have deluded myself into thinking that she and I did have a special bond. Perhaps I can have the same irrational bond with Chili the HCR climber's dog.

By AntVicino
Oct 24, 2010

Chili is heartless... she will leave you in an instant.. Victor, though.. Victor will love you forever. We need to get a picture of that mammoth on here.

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Chili the ranch dog.

The best dog a climber could ask for.

Submitted By: John W. Knoernschild on Jan 21, 2009