This is way off topic in regards to photography, but has anyone here read the book "Forever on the Mountain" by James M. Tabor? It recounts the tragedy that befell a group of climbers using the Muldrow Glacier to ascend Denali in 1967. In it, there is a bit mentioned about Bradford Washburn and some dialogues he and a member of the Wilcox expedition, namely Joe Wilcox, had. If you have read this account, you will know what I am talking about and if not, you ....well, you won't really have the foggiest. It is not my intention to throw any negative light on a great man such as Bradford Washburn, but it is interesting to read about certain aspects of that 1967 tragedy and how Washburn and Don Sheldon were connected with it.
Last edited by iceclimber; 09-25-2008 at 09:00 PM.
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