Orientation to cave rescue in Glenwood Springs, Colorado

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Re: Orientation to cave rescue in Glenwood Springs, Colorado

Postby Stridergdm » Apr 2, 2013 10:55 pm

cavedoc wrote:
Stridergdm wrote:Now, I forget, does it typhoon at the California OCRs or just regional weeklongs in California?


So far only week longs. We'll see if an NCRC event can provoke a snowstorm a month and a half into Spring.


I think you jinxed me. Woke up to an inch of snow here in NY this morning. But I can guarantee no snow in July!
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Re: Orientation to cave rescue in Glenwood Springs, Colorado

Postby caverdan » Apr 3, 2013 3:21 pm

Stridergdm wrote:
cavedoc wrote:
Stridergdm wrote:Now, I forget, does it typhoon at the California OCRs or just regional weeklongs in California?


So far only week longs. We'll see if an NCRC event can provoke a snowstorm a month and a half into Spring.


I think you jinxed me. Woke up to an inch of snow here in NY this morning. But I can guarantee no snow in July!

I bet we can hook you guys up with a little snow storm at the 2014 NCRC. :big grin: :big grin:

After all.....it is being held at high elevation and next door to Pikes Peak!! :kewl:

Marty is reporting around 35 people signed up so far. :woohoo: I bet there is still a little room if you sign up today.
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Re: Orientation to cave rescue in Glenwood Springs, Colorado

Postby Stridergdm » Apr 9, 2013 6:04 am

cavedoc wrote:The California OCR is now making a wait list. Be sure to sign up for Glenwood Springs!



Geesh, looking at the weather in Colorado, did you jinx things? :laughing:

Seriously, good thoughts out to all my peeps out that way.
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Re: Orientation to cave rescue in Glenwood Springs, Colorado

Postby caverdan » Apr 9, 2013 11:10 am

We're having our Blizzard today......so the weekend will have awesome weather.

Hey Stridergdm....I'm sending my better half out for the week long NCRC this summer. Teach her well.....I need all the help I can get. :yikes: :big grin: :big grin: :big grin:

I hear there are still a couple of spots left for any last minute walk in's. :kewl: The weather forecast is looking pretty good for the weekend. Skiing should be good up there too.
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Re: Orientation to cave rescue in Glenwood Springs, Colorado

Postby Stridergdm » Apr 9, 2013 2:39 pm

caverdan wrote:We're having our Blizzard today......so the weekend will have awesome weather.

Hey Stridergdm....I'm sending my better half out for the week long NCRC this summer. Teach her well.....I need all the help I can get. :yikes: :big grin: :big grin: :big grin:

I hear there are still a couple of spots left for any last minute walk in's. :kewl: The weather forecast is looking pretty good for the weekend. Skiing should be good up there too.


Hey, we only teach well!

Look forward to meeting her.

Send as many as you can, we'll take them all!

Have fun, wish I could be there this weekend. Sounds like it will be a blast!
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