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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Wednesday 1 November 2006 (Day View) – Maz, Clint & I don’t climb Mount Tibrogargan.
01.11.2006 – Wednesday 1 November – Mount Tibrogargan
- • Working and so on. Bought a tripod after work and went for a drive with Clint, Clus and Maz, and an abortive night climb up Mount Tibrogargan. Neither Maz or I had realised the climb was part of the trip, so hadn’t brought so much as a pack—and climbing up a mountain in the dark holding a camera and a tripod wasn’t proving to be too easy. Checking the weather and finding there was a storm warning was the last straw, and we aborted the climb less than a quarter of the way up, heading to Mooloolaba instead.