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    Quote Originally Posted by Joey Keyz
    Mount Olympus, Greece, 9570'
    Quote Originally Posted by Bill O
    Although, I prefer Mount Olympus in Utah, 9,026.
    Nay nay....nay nay....nayyyyy, nayyyy!
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    We are still missing a mountain for I and I can't think of one to save my life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WSR88D
    We are still missing a mountain for I and I can't think of one to save my life.
    No, I listed one. Illimani in Bolivia.
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    There is also a Mount Guyot in the Whites, right next to Mount Bond, and for I there is Mount Israel near Squam Lake, and Isolation.

    OK, where are we?

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    North Kinsmam, North Carter, Nancy and North Sugarloaf.

    Ooops! I'm behind. We're on Q! Isn't one of Adam's peaks Quincy Adams?
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    Mount Rushmore, South Dakota, 5275 ft

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    Sugarloaf in, well, everywhere!

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    North and South Twin Mtns. NH
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    Keeping with the Brazilian motif (Corcovado), I'll nominate Urca, next to Sugarloaf moutain, "one of the largest urban climbing areas in the world, with more than 270 routes".

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    Vose Spur, a spur of Carrigain on the 100 highest list, I don't know if this should count, not a mountain by itself.
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