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Me leading on the last pitch of the Nose on our 6.5 hour run. Brad is jugging below, he's in the orange helmet all the way on the left.<br>
Huge confusion and cluster here as a Korean team of three finish a multi-day ascent, and an attempted NIAD team finish a 30+ hour run.<br>
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How we weaved our way through this cluster, I can't quite remember. The language barrier did no hamper us, though, as one of the Koreans allowed us to pass, referring to us as "Time Warriors".<br>
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Scott Bennett
Oct 22, 2010
Me leading on the last pitch of the Nose on our 6.5 hour run. Brad is jugging below, he's in the orange helmet all the way on the left.
Huge confusion and cluster here as a Korean team of three finish a multi-day ascent, and an attempted NIAD team finish a 30+ hour run.

How we weaved our way through this cluster, I can't quite remember. The language barrier did no hamper us, though, as one of the Koreans allowed us to pass, referring to us as "Time Warriors".

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