Never-ending growing photo collection at the top of my daily hike...

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Burrito

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Here are some fun facts for reaching 300 times to the top of the fire trail in 2018:
- 570,000 vertical feet climbed (that's the equivalent of climbing Mt Everest from sea level 19.6 times)
- 840 miles walked
- 4 days with 2 climbs in a day
Some large consecutive days streaks:
- Jan 1 - Feb 5 (36 days in a row)
- Apr 9 - Jun 27 (80 days in a row)
- Sept 23 - Oct 25 (33 days in a row)
- Oct 28 - Dec 9 (43 days in a row)

It was definitely a lofty goal and I'm glad I reached it but I'd never do it again. Kinda hard to see in that picture above, but a buddy of mine and his son hiked it before our hike together yesterday, broke trail in the 10" of new snow, and put that balloon at the top for me. They did a back to back double which is pretty damn hard in those conditions. Great friends are a rare and wonderful gift in life and I'm beyond proud to he able to call him mine. I was extremely honored.
 

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