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Using my best senses in the whiteout, I continued down toward what I thought was the saddle. For once, my best senses were not good enough.

Last Sixteener - Bona 2003 Podcast

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16,550-foot Mount Bona seen during our fly in.
Photo by Dick Ellsworth
Gerry leading toward Bona’s summit.
Like Sanford, I did not have enough wands.
Photo by Larry Chapman
Wilderness Peaks. 14,831-foot Mount Bear to the East-Southeast.
Gerry on top of Mount Bona on June 8, 2003, flanked by Larry Chapman and Jobe Wymore. Gerry was the first person to summit every major peak over 16,000 feet in North America.
Photo by Dave Covill
A haunting view of 17,257-foot Mount Lucania seen from Bona. You can see the summit climb that I did 36 years earlier. A ghostly view of distant 19,540-foot Mount Logan from Bona. King Peak is the dark obelisk on the right. I remembered my Logan climb 30 years earlier, and my more recent climb of King Peak.
All photos from the Gerry Roach Collection
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