Bruno went to climb the Wildcats so he could claim a winter ascent. He said it was sunny and cold, but it wasn't that bad. He got warm hiking up. It was icy, "darn icy" so he used Yaktrax. Apparently those worked because he went twice as fast. The rest of that paragraph was indecipherable.
headed up to da 'cats to bag them badboyz fer my winter list. nice and sunny but a little cold, but 'tweren't a thang. i got warm goin' up that first part lemme tell ya! purty darn icy and slick but i put on some of them yaktrax and was up doublequick! up past the skilift and along the ridge up and down up and down! good times bootskiin' on the downhills!!
If they don't get any new snow don't bother with the snowshoes. Bruno apparently broke the current trail and you'll need to thank him.
if ya go soon and there's no snow between now and when ya go, don't bother with the snowshoes. ol' bruno done broke out da trail fer ya!!!! thank me later!!
Took Bruno 5:30 hours to complete the climb. Looks like he parked at Pinkham.
time--5:30 from pinkham to pinkham.
This is where the problems started. Bruno's water "thingy" froze. Makes sense, it was cold. He was thirsty and all he could think about was water and beer.
ps--me water thingy froze part way out and i had nuthin' to drink and all i could think of was water (and beer!!) on the way down. snow jus' doesn't quench yer thirsty! plus it'll make me get all chilled.