Three New Centennial Peak Finishers

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Re: Three New Centennial Peak Finishers

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A+++
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Congrats, gents!! Good to see Dallas still included in folks Cent list, it is deserving.
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Re: Three New Centennial Peak Finishers

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Congrats! (x3)
Way cool to finish with your partners. I'm sure that was fun day. Nice TR. Manhattans for the win.
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Congrats to you all on a great accomplishment!!!

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Congratulations to all on a wonderful accomplishment.
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CONGRATS GUYS!!!!!

Big accomplishment

Way to finish in style!
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Thank you all for the comments and kind words everyone! It actually felt really good to finish and even somewhat of a relief or weight lifted off our shoulders. The three of us planned on taking a bit of a break, have a fun ice season, and then see how we feel in the spring. I assume that since mountaineers have such poor memories regarding suffering :wink: , we will probably continue with the Bi-Cents. Thanks again!
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Congratulations to all three of you!
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Congrats!!
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Wow... !!!!! =D>
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Thanks everyone for the comments. Feels good to be "done" even though my partners remind me that I haven't done Trinity yet :lol: . LIDAR is BS
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Koy wrote: Fri Sep 30, 2022 11:57 am Thanks everyone for the comments. Feels good to be "done" even though my partners remind me that I haven't done Trinity yet :lol: . LIDAR is BS
You'll enjoy the Trinities traverse, plus you'd need to do the Trinities anyway if you plan on doing the bicentennials.
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