Oct 14, 2008, 9:47 PM
Registered: Apr 28, 2006
Fortunately, no one on the other end of my rope. I have shared a rope at one time or another with at least 2, and had met a few others that were taken while "climbing". Being in a relatively smallish climbing community/state, one tends to cross paths often with good people who leave early, but in passing doing what they love.
edit: Before I put on rock shoes for the first time, I knew a climber who went in an automobile accident--he was 21 and left a proud legacy around Butte whilst he climbed here.
RIP: Dwight Bishop, Tony Rich, Winston Hough, et al...
(This post was edited by mojede on Oct 14, 2008, 9:54 PM)