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Even armed with bear spray, we were wary about the bears. We joked that the last thing you did before the bear jumped on you, was toss your spray canister to your partner, because you were a goner.

Revenge - Sanford 1995 Podcast

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My map now had a lot of green on it, but also some pesky red. I needed to fix that. Our Super Cub landing on the tundra below Mount Sanford.
Gerry, now sporting a little gray in his beard, was still happy to arrive at the base of a peak in the Greatland.
Photo by Larry Chapman
Doughnut Camp had running water!
Up the moraine! Camp 3! Gerry and Larry mug it up while Jennifer laughs at the goofballs.
Photo by Chad Alber
Look sharp, and you can see Denali.
Photo by Larry Chapman
Gerry and Jennifer on top of Sanford studying the colossal view to the East-Southeast.
Photo by Larry Chapman
Our view from the top of Sanford to the East-Southeast. Twin-summited Blackburn is on the right. Mount Bona is on the left skyline with its sub peak Churchill to its left. The large Nabesna Glacier is in the center of the photo. A third of the way between Bona and Blackburnís East Peak is the faint but visible hulk of Mount Logan. Mount Saint Elias is very hard to see in this reproduction, but it is right of Logan.
Photo by Larry Chapman
All photos from the Gerry Roach Collection
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