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    As I'm sure you've noticed, this site is purely informational and entertaining.  I promise that I will do my best to stay on top of what's happening in this area, and keep you informed of it.  I also promise to regularly update and maintain the site.  Those of you who've visited the site in the past, have already noticed the changes, I'm sure.  But, in saying this, I may need some help from time to time.  If you have information or pictures that you'd like to donate, I'd be happy to put it up...always giving credit where credit is due.  Just send pictures along with credit info (i.e. climber and photographer, location, grade, problem name) to me.  Also, any contributions, comments, questions, or concerns can be sent to me.
    If you are planning a trip to the area, don't hesitate to get in touch.  I love this area, and I'm sure you will too.  So if you'd like to arrange to meet and climb together, let me know.  I love dispersing beta to those who are looking to enjoy the East Side, so, again, don't hesitate.
    One last thing....Alot of people tend to forget that climbing is a privilege, NOT a right.  It is up to us as climbers to ensure our freedom to climb.  That means packing out MORE than you pack in, observing camping and permit guidelines, staying on established trails, NOT leaving stuff behind (like used tape or cig. butts), and having an overall respect for the area you are climbing in.  The local climbers in this area have maintained a long-standing relationship with the land managers of the area.  Through cleanup efforts and conscientious climbing, we have established a positive role in the eyes of the BLM.  Don't be the one that ruins it for all of us.  Remember that while you may be leaving after the weekend, we will still be here.  And it is US, the locals, who will have to cleanup after you, both physically and politically.  SO DON'T RUIN IT!!  Thanks...
     
Sunset over Mammoth Lakes.  Photo-Chris Morrison
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