2004 Highpointers Club Articles

2004 Highpointers Club Articles

John M.
John M.

January 7th, 2004, 10:42 pm #1

Check out:

The Birmingham News (unsure of date)

Times-Picayune (Sunday 11.4.04)

San Antonio (upcoming)

The Daily Camera, Boulder, CO (upcoming)

Send a copy to Golden for CLub archives if you find one. Also include any speed records you know about

- John M.

[Moderator Note: I changed the heading to keep consistent]
Last edited by dipper on January 18th, 2004, 4:53 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Nute
Nute

January 7th, 2004, 11:57 pm #2

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John M.
John M.

January 8th, 2004, 3:46 pm #3

THanks for finding this URL. The dropdown menu is impressive. If you see a hardcopy of the article, send that too.
Happy 04
- JM
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John M.
John M.

January 8th, 2004, 3:48 pm #4

Check out:

The Birmingham News (unsure of date)

Times-Picayune (Sunday 11.4.04)

San Antonio (upcoming)

The Daily Camera, Boulder, CO (upcoming)

Send a copy to Golden for CLub archives if you find one. Also include any speed records you know about

- John M.

[Moderator Note: I changed the heading to keep consistent]
The Daily Camera article is for Saturday 1.10.04

The Burlington daily will have an article this spring sometime.

Joe Glickman is writing many highpoint articles. If you haven't yet, check out his great book about highpointing "To The Top"
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ray.s
ray.s

January 8th, 2004, 6:09 pm #5

THanks for finding this URL. The dropdown menu is impressive. If you see a hardcopy of the article, send that too.
Happy 04
- JM
where do you want it sent to ?
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John M.
John M.

January 12th, 2004, 6:23 pm #6

The Daily Camera article is for Saturday 1.10.04

The Burlington daily will have an article this spring sometime.

Joe Glickman is writing many highpoint articles. If you haven't yet, check out his great book about highpointing "To The Top"
During my ski-train ride from Denver to Winter Park, I saw a copy of this article laying on a train seat. The photos are nice. It seems that Joe is custom-writing articles for papers around the country and custom picking local state HPs.
- John M.

"A 5-year journey to hit all 50 summits"
on the The Daily Camera Web site:

http://www.dailycamera.com/bdc/get_out/ ... 27,00.html
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John M.
John M.

January 12th, 2004, 6:25 pm #7

Check out:

The Birmingham News (unsure of date)

Times-Picayune (Sunday 11.4.04)

San Antonio (upcoming)

The Daily Camera, Boulder, CO (upcoming)

Send a copy to Golden for CLub archives if you find one. Also include any speed records you know about

- John M.

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A piece on Guadalupe is slated for next sunday in The San Antonio Express-News
- John M.
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John M.
John M.

January 12th, 2004, 10:58 pm #8

where do you want it sent to ?
PO Box 1496
Golden CO 80402


thank you!
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Craig Noland
Craig Noland

January 13th, 2004, 2:11 am #9

Check out:

The Birmingham News (unsure of date)

Times-Picayune (Sunday 11.4.04)

San Antonio (upcoming)

The Daily Camera, Boulder, CO (upcoming)

Send a copy to Golden for CLub archives if you find one. Also include any speed records you know about

- John M.

[Moderator Note: I changed the heading to keep consistent]
Due out in the middle of April will be an article on Highpointing.

Don't miss it!!!
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John M.
John M.

January 13th, 2004, 3:48 pm #10

Check out:

The Birmingham News (unsure of date)

Times-Picayune (Sunday 11.4.04)

San Antonio (upcoming)

The Daily Camera, Boulder, CO (upcoming)

Send a copy to Golden for CLub archives if you find one. Also include any speed records you know about

- John M.

[Moderator Note: I changed the heading to keep consistent]

Headline: hitting the HIGH points
Odyssey to the 50 states' summits takes the low with the lofty

Writer: Don Holmes Contributor

Published: October 8, 2000

Page Number: 1G

Summary: Towering Mount McKinley in Alaska and a trailer park off Ebright Road in Delaware share a claim to fame.

They're the highest points in their respective states.

They share that status with Mount Rainier, Wash.; Mount Hood, Ore.; and Guadalupe Peak, Texas, to name a few. Some of the high spots are reserved for experienced mountain climbers. Others can be reached by driving within a few yards of state summits. More than half require no more than a short walk.



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