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1 Wasatch Mountain Club DECEMBER , Ī \ ' i\ I Ī Ī Ī.. - I VOLUME 68, NUMBER 12, DECEMBER 1991 Printed on 100%Recycled Paper

2 I Magdaline Quinlan Leslie Mullins Managing Editors ADVERTISING: Jill Pointer ART: Kate Juenger CLASSIFIED ADS: Sue De Vall COVER LOGO: Knick Knickerbocker MAILING: Rose Novak, Mark McKenzie, Duke Bush PRODUCTION: Magdaline Quinlan SKY CALENDAR: Ben Everitt THE RAMBLER (USPS ) is published monthly by the WASATCH MOUNTAIN CLUB, Inc., 888 South 200 East, Suite 111, Salt Lake City, UT Telephone: Subscription rates of $12.00 per year are paid for by member ship dues only. Second-class Postage paid at Salt Lake City, UT. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to THE RAM BLER, Membership Director, 888 South 200 East, Suite 111, Salt Lake City, UT CHANGE OF ADDRESS: This publication is not forwarded by the Post Office. Change of Address should be submitted in writing to the Membership Director, 888 South 200 East, Suite 111, Salt Lake City, UT All correspondence regarding the mailing of THE RAMBLER should be directed to the Membership Director at that address. Allow 45 days for address changes. The right is reserved to edit all contributions and advertisements and to reject those that may harm the sensibilities of WMC members or defame the WMC. Copyright 1991, Wasatch Mountain Club. DECEMBER 1991 TABLE OF CONTENTS SUBMITTING ARTICLES TO THE RAMBLER IF YOU HA VE MOVED: Please notify the WMC Membership Director, 888 South 200 East, Suite 111, Salt Lake City, UT 84111, of your new address. IF YOU DID NOT RECEIVE YOUR RAMBLER: Contact the Membership Director to make sure your address is in the Club computer correctly. IF YOU WANT TO SUBMIT AN ARTICLE: Articles, preferably typed double spaced, must be received by 6:00 pm on the 15th of the month preceding publication. Mail or deliver to the WMC office or to the Editor. Include your name and phone number on all submissions. IF YOU WANT TO SUBMIT A PHOTO: We welcome photos of all kinds: black & white prints, color prints, and slides. Please include captions describing when and where the photo was taken, and the names of the people in it (if you know). Photos will not be returned unless requested and accompanied by a self-addressed stamped envelope. DEADLINE: Submissions to THE RAMBLER must be received by 6:00 pm on the 15th of the month preceding publication. Mail or deliver to THE RAMBLER office or to the Editor. Include your name and phone number on all submissions. PROSPECTIVE MEMBER INFORMATION THE RAMBLER, the official publication of the Wasatch Mountain Club, is published monthly by and for its members. Persons wishing to become members may receive THE RAMBLER for two months by writing the Membership Director, 888 South 200 East, Suite 111, Salt Lake City, UT and enclosing $3.00. Checks are to be made payable to the Wasatch Mountain Club. There is a $10.00 charge for returned checks. Twenty-five Years Ago in the Rambler Events At A Glance Activities From The Nominating Committee From the President From the Boating Director Membership List From the Kayak Coordinator From the Lodge Director From the Membership Director From the Entertainment Director Sky Calendar Trip Talk Classified Ads WMCPURPOSE (Article II of the WMC Constitution) The purpose shall be to promote the physical and spiritual well being of its members and others by outdoor activities; to unite the energy, interests and knowledge of students, explorers and lovers of the mountains, deserts and rivers of Utah; to collect and disseminate information regarding the Rocky Mountains in behalf of science, literature and art; to explore and picture the scenic wonders of this and surrounding states; to foster awareness of scenic beauties; and to encourge preservation of our natural areas including their plant, animal and bird life. COVER PHOTO: Notch Peak, October 19, Photo by Hank Winawer 2

3 TWJBNTYQJFIIVIB YJBAJRS AGO IIN TIHtJB JRAMUBJLJBJR~ ld)ib.ccibmibjbjr 1966 By Dale Green, Historian GHOSTS (AND GOBLINS) OF HALLOWEENS PAST A feature attraction of Halloween Parties years ago was the Spook Alley, concocted by those two wild and crazy guys for Ogden, Clix Byrne and Harold Bingham. Clix was a specialist at creating the most bizarre, grotesque costumes and visual scenes ever imagined. All of the dormitory space upstairs was transformed into a stage to display the results of what many thought was a warped mind. Greeting guests were ferocious gorillas, who, of course, escaped their cage to molest everyone passing. After wending your way through various other sights and sounds, the Mad Doctor, Earl Hanson, performed open heart surgery on some poor, hapless soul who looked as if he had recently returned from the grave. For realism, Earl used real hearts and other organs (not human), obtained from who knows where. Passing through a duck under lead you to a dimly-lit room in the Bates Motel, where an old, white-haired lady sat in a rocking chair. Just as you approached close enough to glimpse the skeleton, someone jumped from the shadows with a knife, then... (you know the rest). Clix and Harold's Spook Alley was a always a great attraction -- it was not unusual to find over 100 people in attendance. Present conservationists who worry about the effects of the CUP with diversions of water from the Uintas to the Wasatch Front would be aghast at NA W AP A, a project proposed 25 years ago. At a projected cost of only $100 billion, the idea was to reverse the flow of waters from four major Alaskan rivers plus several large Canadian streams and route them to the thirsty Southwest and Great Lakes, producing electrical power on route. A dam 1,700 feet high would back up a 500 mile-long lake, filling the Rocky Mountain Trench in British Columbia, while 15 others larger than Lake Mead would be created. A canal for sea-going ships would extend from the Pacific Coast to the Great Lakes. ~ DIGITAL STEREO HISTORICAL ~ VIDEO /j\.tdl' PRODUCTIONS NORMFISH 6309 West Milden Lane West Valley City, Utah QUALITY VIDEO TELEPHONE (801) Feature Length Historical oocumentary Outdoors Weddings Conferences Receptions Video Prints Editing Wireless Sound 3

4 ~ I NOMINATIONS BANQUET FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1992 AT THE ORGAN LOFT 3331 SOUTH EDISON COST IS $13.00 DINNER IS: STUFFED CHICKEN BREAST, 2 HOT ENTREES, SALAD, DESERT, VARIOUS SOFT DRINKS AND COFFEE MUSIC AND DANCING AFTER DINNER SOCIAL HOUR 6:30 PM DINNER 7:00 PM SEND CHECK, PAYABLE TO WASATCH MOUNTAIN CLUB, TO: WMC, ATTENTION BILL LOGGINS 888 SOUTH 200 EAST, SUITE 111 SALTLAKE CITY, UTAH THE CHECK IS YOUR RESERVATION!! 4

5 Cross Country TOURING At it's Best! Question: ARE MOST CROSS COUNTRY TOURING PACKAGES ALIKE? Answer: NO! YOU CAN BUY GREATLY OOROVED QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE FOR MINIMAL EXTRA INVESTMENT! FREE! Group Lesson/Track Pass at ~ Solitude ~ Nordic Center with purcha,e of any package priced aver $149. Learn the right way the first tune. Experience Cross Country Skiing at Utah's finest facility with over 20 kilometers of groomed track in a beautiful Alpine setting! A $22,00 VALUE A Package from Kirkham's Offers these Advantages: More Stability and Control with "NNN" Systems. Better "Kick" and Longer "Glide". More Durable Skis - More Comfortable Boots! Knowledgable staff to answer all your questions. Skis can be "Camber Tested" to you for perfect fit. All packages include professional mount & wax. Kastle Lite Touring Package Beginner Price - Expert Quality! Kastle Kick waxless skl Fiberglass pole Alpina 100 NNN boot Mount/Wax Alpina NNN Touring $27150 Component binding pricing $ Package Price Kastle Trail Package One of our finest Off Trail Packages! Kastle Trail Fiberglass pole Waxless ski Mount/Wax Alpina 750 BC NNN Boot $ Component Alpina NNN BC Binding pricing $ Package Price Bonna Track Package More Stability, Improved Pl!rformance. Bonna Flare Waxable ski Fiberglass pole Alpina 140 NNN boot Mount/Wax Alpina NNN Touring $ Component binding pricing $ Package Price Other Adult Packages for Touring, Backcountry and Telemarking Priced from $ Performance X-C Package Top of the line Track performers! Kastle Team Classic -or- Exel Maxima S pole Bonna Classic Waxable Ski Mount/Wax Alpina NNN 320 boot $ Component Alpina NNN Touring binding pricing $365,00 Package Price Free Ski Information minics! Open to Everyone! Ski Care Waxing Technique Base Structure Ski Cleaning Where to Ski ALL CLINICS HELD THURSDAYS from 7:00 to 8:00 PM. December 5 December llj January 2 January 16 January 30 February 6 - ~ Kirkham's : ~ outdoor products I 3J25 South State Open Monday-Thursday 9:30 to 8:00 Friday to 9:00 Saturday to 6:00 5

6 EVENTS AT A GLANCE SKI TOURS/SNOWSHOEING/ICE CLIMBING December 1 Downhill Skiing 1 Catherine's Pass 1 Leader's Choice 1 Easy Snowshoe Tour 7 Beaver Creek 7 Leader's Choice 7 Leader's Choice 8 Leader's Choice 8 Leader's Choice 8 Scotts Pass SnowShoe Tour 14 Leader's Choice 14 Ski Tour Leaders' Training 14 Red Pine 15 Greens Basin 15 Desolation Lake 15 Willow Lake SnowShoe 21 Leader's Choice SnowShoe 21 Box Elder 21 Board Games 22 Alta 22 Days Fork 24 Powder Park 24 Leaders Choice 24 Bountiful Foothills 25 Twin Lakes SnowShoe 28 Leader's Choice SnowShoe 28 Moonlite Ski Tour 28 Silver Fork 28 Mineral Fork 28 Scotts Pass 29 Neffs Canyon 29 Pfiefferhom January 1 Hagover Ski Tour 4 Norway Flats 4 Wolverine 4 Leader's Choice 5 Little Cottonwood 5 Desolation Lake 5 Reynolds Peak 5 Thundar Mountain 11 Avalanche Class 11 Dog Lake SnowShoe 11 Days Fork 11 Willow Lake 11 Guardsman 12 Woodland in the Unitas 12 Catherines Pass 12 Audrey Kelley Memorial Ski Clinic 18 Ice climbing in Provo Cyn 21 Dog Lake December 6 Splash Party Scuba 7 North Copperton Bike Ride BOATING/SCUBA/BIKING December 24 Christmas Eve at the Lodge SOCIALS January 10 Nominations Banquet 11 Time Lords of Rock-N-Roll Dance 25 Sunday Social Spagetti Dinner VOLLEYBALL (Monday evenings at 6:30 PM, at Highland High School ) December 2, 9, 16 January 6 PROSPECTIVE MEMBERS are welcome on ALL club activities, with these exceptions: 1) Thursday Evening Hikes are for members only. However, prospective members may attend if the hike is their second qualifying activity for membership and they submit their dues check and application form to the leader before the hike. 2) Boating trips are for members. However, prospective members may attend a weekend trip if they use the trip as their qualifying activity (each day counts as one activity.) 3) A trip leader may choose to limit a trip to members, especially if there is limited space. WMC SKI TOUR RATINGS EXPLAINED: NTD (Not too difficult): Terrain is mostly gentle. Participants should be able to do a kick tum, snowplow, and descend a slope by traversing. Usually no avalanche danger. MOD (Moderately difficult): Proficiency climbing and descending intermediate slopes is required. Pieps and shovels may sometimes be suggested or required. If a pieps is carried, this implies knowledge of how to search for a buried companion. MSD (Most dlttlcult): Strenuous. Usually involves long ascents, steep or narrow descents. Pieps and shovel always required. WMC'BIKE'RIDES: Rides are rated Not Too Difficult (NTD), Moderate (MOD), or Most Difficult (MSD). NTD rides will generally be less than 30 miles. MOD rides will be 30 to 50 hilly or up to 60 flat miles. MDS rides will be over 50 hilly or 60 flat miles. On all but newcomer rides, riders must bring their own water, food, tire repair tools, extra tubes, repair knowledge, sunscreen, and money. Consider wearing protective gear. Helmets may be required on some rides. 6

7 Only activities approved by the appropriate WMC Director can be listed in the Club Activities section of the Rambler. Send your proposed activity, for approval, to the hiking, rafting, skiing, etc., director for inclusion in their activity schedule. Those activities sent directly to the Rambler, without approval, will not be published. *************************************************************** REMINDER PARKING INFO: When parking at the Hillside Plaza, meet and park at the West side of the parking lot and south (behind) of the bank. THANKS! *************************************************************** Dec. 1 Sun CATHERINES PASS SKI TOUR (NTD+) Ski with Leslie Woods to popular Catherines Pass. There should be snow by now so no hiking please. Pieps and shovels are smart but not required. For this brisk paced tour meet Leslie ( ) at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 9:00 AM. See Nov. 23 for parking info. LEADER'S CHOICE SKI TOUR. (NTD) Dave Minix will find some easy skiing in the Wasatch. Join Dave ( ) at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 9:00 AM. See Nov. 23 for parking info. EASY SNOWSHOE TOUR/HIKE. (NTD} Continue your summer hiking this winter on snowshoes. No special skills required for snowshoeing. Call Doug Stark ( ) for information on the trip location, snowshoeing, and snowshoe rental locations. Meeting place is at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 9:30 AM. See Nov. 23 for parking info. DOWNffiLL SKIING - at the resort of your choice. Professional ski instructor will give you early season pointers for a day. Dates are flexible depending on snow, weekend or weekdays. Call Bruce for information. Dec2 Mon VOLLEYBALL--6:30PM at the Highland High School (2166 South 1700 East). follow the signs near the gynasiums. The cost is $1.00. For info. call Doug, Dec6 Fri SPLASH PARTY SCUBA EXPERIENCE. For noncertified divers interested in learning to SCUBA. Cost: approximately $10 and to be held at the Neptune Divers facility, 7PM. Call Bob Sherer at for more information. 7

8 t Dec7 Sat BEAVER CREEK SKI TOUR, CNTD) Try Beaver Creek in the Uintas with Floyd Durrant ( ). Floyd will be at the Regency Theater parking lot on Parleys Way at 8:30 A.M. LEADER'S CHOICE SKI TOUR. (MOD) Looking for some exciting skiing? Ski with Milt. Pieps and shovels required and skins preferable. Register with Milt Hollander ( ). LEADER'S CHOICE SKI TOUR. CMSD) Contact George Westbrook ( ) for MSD tours when none are scheduled. NORTH COPPERTON BIKE RIDE CNTD), This 38 mile ride tours thecentral part of Salt Lake County. We'll spin up the Old Bingham Highway to the town of Copperton, and then ride highway 111 into Magna. This ride has no formal lunch stop, however, we'll make stops at convenience stores along the way for snacks. If we're lucky, we'll spot deer and elk ranging down out of the Oquirrhs. The terrain is mostly flat to rolling, with one tiny hill mid-way. Meet Elliott ( ) at West Jordan Park located at 7941 South 200 West at 10:00. Helmets required. Dec 8 Sun LEADER'S CHOICE SKI TOUR, CNTD} Try to keep up with Monty on this modest tour with excellent views of Mt. Superior and twin Lakes. Pieps and shovels not required but safety conscious skiers take them along. Track skis and boots are not recommended. Meet Monty Young ( ) at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 9:00 AM. See Nov. 23 for parking info. LEADER'S CHOICE SKI TOUR, CMSD) Call Dave Smith at ( ) to register. SCOTTS PASS SNOWSHOE TOUR CNTD) Meet Norm Probanz ( ) at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 9:00 AM. See Nov. 23 for parking info. Norm will lead the snowshoers through the aspens and conifers to scenic Scotts Pass. Dec9 Mon VOLLEYBALL--6:30PM at the Highland High School (2166 South 1700 East). follow the signs near the gynasiums. The cost is $1.00. For info. call Doug, Dec 14 Sat LEADER'S CHOICE SKI TOUR, CNTD} Clint Lewis will find the best snow in the Wasatch. Snowshoers at intremediate level and above are welcome to join. Join Clint ( ) at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 9:00 AM. See Nov. 23 for parking info. RED PINE SKI TOUR. (MOD} Hank will take a group to Red Pine. The snow should be deep but not too much avalanche danger yet. Pieps and shovels required and skins preferable. Track skis and boots are not recommended.meet Hank Winawer ( ) at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000S E.) at 9:00 AM. See Nov. 23 for parking info. 8

9 Dec 14 Sat SKI TOUR LEADERS TRAINING AND SEMINAR. The ski tour committee will host a brief training session for old hands at WMC ski tour leading and especially for new and perspective tour leaders. WMC leader policies will be discussed along with other aspects of the difficulties and rewards of leading a tour. We hope to have a good discussion on the various opinions and techniques of leading, and hope to encourage new members to help lead tours. Meet at the WMC lodge at 9:00AM or at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 8:30 AM. to carpool to the lodge. We will have a leaders tour up Mill D to Desolation Lake (MOD) starting at about 11 :00 AM. Dec 15 Sun GREENS BASIN SKI TOUR. (NTD+) Greens Basin will be an easy tour. Join Chris Biltoft ( ) at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 9:00 AM. See Nov. 23 for parking info. Track skis and boots are not recommended. DESOLATION LAKE SKI TOUR. (MOD) Gary Burg will take the long way easy route to Desolation Lake via Mill D. This is a safe route but Pieps and shovels make it safer. Meet Gary ( ) at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 9:00 AM. See Nov. 23 for parking info. WILLOW LAKE SNOWSHOE TOUR (NTD) Go on this easy paced snowshoe tour in the aspens to this beaver dammed pond. Ann McDonald ( ), your leader, will meet you at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 9:30 AM. See Dec. 21 for parking info. Dec. - Jan. MSD SKI TOURS: Wednesday Ski Tours, and weekend MSD tours not listed, contact George Westbrook ( ). Dec 16 Mon VOLLEYBALL--6:30PM at the Highland High School (2166 South 1700 East). follow the signs near the gynasiums. The cost is $ For info. call Doug, Dec21 Sat LEADER'S CHOICE SNOWSHOE TOUR, (NTD) Call Joy Ray ( ) for the meeting place and time, and the location of this easy trip. For new snowshoers on this Big Cottonwood trip, Joy recommends Sherpa snowshoes/bindings and ski poles. DOG LAKE via MILL D SKI TOUR. (NTD) Join Floyd Durrant ( ) on this popular and fairly easy tour to Dog Lake. Meet at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 9:00 AM. Track skis and track low cut boots are not recommended. BOX ELDER SKI TOUR. (MSD) Meeting time will be early. Call George Westbrook ( ) for time and place. PARKING INFO: When parking at the Hillside Plaza, meet and park at the West side of the parking lot and south (behind) of the bank. BOARD GAMES (NTD). Tired of the same old s...? Get some variety in your winter and by learning to snowboard! Broaden your vocabulary by learning board lingo like "gofy-foot" or "really rad endo". Tom Walsh and Lesie Woods would want to meet potential snowboarders to learn basic techniques in the AM and board down Brighton's Mary Run in the PM. Call Tom at or Leslie at for information (call early--there may be a limit set on participation). 9

10 ! Dec. 22 Sun DAYS FORK SKI TOUR. {NTD+) After a new snow, Days Fork is one of the most picturesque of in-the-trees tours. Meet Tom Walsh ( ) at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 9:00 AM. See Dec. 21 for parking info. Pieps and shovels suggested but not required and skins strongly suggested. Track skis and track low cut boots are not recommended. AL TA-DAYS FORK SKI TOUR (MSD) Meet at the mouth of Little Cottonwood at 9:00 AM. George Westbrook ( ). Dec23 Mon Dec. 24 Tue NO VOLLEYBALL--Next volleyball session is January 6th. for information, call Doug at POWDER PARK SKI TOUR. (MOD} Deep Powder at Powder Park. Jim knows the best places. Join Jim Piani ( ) at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 9:00 AM. See Dec. 21 for parking info. Pieps and shovels required and skins suggested. Track skis and track low cut boots are not recommended. LEADER'S CHOICE SKI TOUR. (MOD) Join Ken Kelley ( ) on a tour to one on his favorite locations. Meet Ken at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 9:00 AM. See Dec. 21 for parking info. Pieps and shovels required and skins preferable. Track skis and boots are not recommended. BOUNTIFUL FOOTHILLS SKI TOUR. {MOD) Clint Lewis would like to lead this moderate tour in the Bountiful foothills, if possible in the wilderness along the gas pipeline. Ruth Lewis will serve refreshments after the trip. Bring your own special additive to eggnog. Call Clint ( Hor W) for meeting place and time. CHRISTMAS EVE AT THE LODGE hosted by Frank Atwood and Maggie Clark. Potluck dinner, tree trimming, gift exchange and songs the night before Christmas. Enjoy the evening with your WMC friends, spend the night if you like and ski the next day too. Bring an ornament for the tree and a $5.00 gift to exchange (suitable for male or female). Cost is $1 plus $3 if you spend the night. Also, we need someone to donate a Christmas tree and bring it up to the Lodge. The Lodge will be open at 5PM on December 24th. Questions, call Frank Atwood at Dec25 Wed TWIN LAKES SNOWSHOE TOUR, (NTD} Join Floyd Durrant ( ) for this enchanting and magical snowshoe tour in the Brighton Bowl on Christmas. Meet Floyd at the WMC Lodge at 10:00 AM. 10 I

11 Dec28 Sat. LEADER'S CHOICE SNOWSHOE TOUR, (NTD) Leah Manncini ( ) plans an enjoyable day in the snow of a nearby canyon. Leah, out leader, will meet us at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 9:00 AM. See Dec. 21 for parking info. MOONLITE SKI TOUR. {NTD) Floyd Durrant ( ) will lead a chancy but definitely romantic tour up Millcreek. Meet Floyd at the (ex)bagel Nosh in the Olympus Hills Mall at 5:30PM. SILVER FORK SKI TOUR. (NTD) Join Jerry Hatch ( ) on this tour to the mine and possibly beyond to several open slopes to practice those telemark turns. Meet at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 9:00 AM. See Dec. 21 for parking info. Track skis and track low cut boots are not recommended. MINERAL FORK SKI TOUR. (MOD) Richard Conn ( ) will lead this tour to the open slopes and good powder of Mineral Fork Basin. Join Richard at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 9:00 AM. See Dec. 21 for parking info. Pieps and shovels required and skins preferable. Track skis and boots are not recommended. SCOTTS PASS FROM GUARDSMAN SKI TOUR. {MOD) Meet Bob Wilson ( ) at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 9:00 AM. See Dec. 21 for parking info. Pieps and shovels required and skinspreferable. Track skis and boots are not recommended. Dec29 Sun NEFFS CANYON SKI TOUR. (MOD) This will be an easy pace tour but will require good control of the boards. Bring goodies. Meet Dave Minix ( ) at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 9:00 AM. See Dec. 21 for parking info. Pieps and shovels required and skins preferable. Track skis and boots are not recommended. PFIEFFERHORN SKI TOUR. (MSD) Call Dave Smith ( ) or ) to register. Dec 30 Mon Jan 1 Wed. NO VOLLEYBALL--Next volleyball session is January 6th. for information, call Doug at HANGOVER SKI TOUR TO LAKE MARY (NTD if partly sober- MOD+ if not sure) Wick Miller, our esteemed president ( ), is planning to be sober enough to lead this annual tour. It leaves at the crack of noon from the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.). See Dec. 21 for parking info. This will be at a relaxed pace but not for the rank beginners. Track skis and track low cut boots are not recommended. 11

12 Jan. 4 Sat NORWAY FLATS SKI TOUR. (NTD) Join Dennis Tolboe ( ) on this tour to one of his favorite trails in the U nitas foothills, 11 miles east of Kamas. Meet at the Regency Theater parking lot on Parleys Way at 8:30 AM. Track skis and track low cut boots are not recommended. WOLVERINE FROM CATHERINES PASS SKI TOUR. {MOD+) Join Terry Rollins ( ) on this more difficult tour. Pieps and shovels required and skins preferable. Track skis and boots are not recommended. Meet at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 9:00 AM. See Dec. 21 for parking info. LEADERS CHOICE SKI TOUR. (MSD) Call Rolf Doebbeling ( ) to register. Jan.5 Sun LITTLE COTTONWOOD SNOWSHOE TOUR (NTD-MOD) Leisurely snowshoe along the Red pine hiking trail or in the Alta area. Members of the group can determine the length and difficulty. Meet Doug Stark ( ) at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 9:00 AM. See Dec. 21 for parking info. DESOLATION LAKE via MILL D SKI TOUR (NTD+) Desolation Lake is at the end of a long, easy and gradual climb through several meadows along a well used trail. Join Val Naef ( ) at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 9:00 AM. See Dec. 21 for parking info. Pieps and shovels advised and skins preferable. Track skis and boots are not recommended. REYNOLDS PEAK FROM MILL D SKI TOUR, (MOD) Join Teresa Overfield and David Morris ( ) at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 9:00 AM. See Dec. 21 for parking info. Pieps and shovels required and skins preferable. Track skis and boots are not recommended. THUNDER MOUNTAIN - BELLS CANYON SKI TOUR. {MSD) Meeting time will be early so call George Westbrook ( ) for place and time. There will be a car shuttle involved. Jan 6 Mon VOLLEYBALL--6:30PM at the Highland High School (2166 South 1700 East). follow the signs near the gynasiums. The cost is $1.00. For info. call Doug, Jan 10 Fri NOMINATIONS BANQUET. Join us at the Organ Loft, 3331 So Edison, 6:30PM for the annual Nominations and Awards banquet. Dinner is stuffed chicken breast. Cost is $13. for more info., see the announcement in this issue or call Bill Loggins,

13 Jan. 11 Sat AVALANCHE CLASS (NTD). The annual Avalanche class sponsored by the Wasatch Mountain Club will be held at the Zion Lutheran Church, 1070 South on Foothill Dr. The classes will start at 8:30 AM. until about 12:00, and will be taught by Snowbird Safety Personnel. There will be a lunch break so please bring your own food or plan to eat in one of the local establishments. Afternoon Pieps practice and snow pit digging will meet at the mouth of Big Cottonwood Canyon in the Park and Ride to go as a group to the Spruces. Wear WARM, WARM clothes and bring your Pieps, a friend that has a Pieps, or share. Classes will end about 3:30PM. The overall class is geared to the beginning skier and snowshoer. Course material will cover route finding, hypothermia, snowpits, reasons for avalanches, conditions predicting, limited snow mechanics, backcountry safety, Pieps usage, and avalanche avoidance. The donations basket will be passed. Above all, save a life - bring a friend. DOG LAKE SNOWSHOE TOUR (NTD) Join Janet Friend ( ) up Mill D North to Dog Lake on snowshoes. Be at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 9:30 AM. for this trip through the aspens. DAYS FORK SKI TOUR. (MOD) Meet Peter Hanson ( ) our Twin Peaks sprinter, at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 9:00 AM. See Dec. 21 for parking info. Pieps and shovels required and skins preferable. Track skis and boots are not recommended. Avalanche Pieps practice will be available at the Spruces at about 2:00PM. WILLOW LAKE SKI TOUR. (NTD) Meet Bee Lufkin ( ) at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 9:30 AM. See Dec. 21 for parking info. Track skis and track low cut boots are not recommended. Avalanche Pieps practice will be available at the Spruces at about 2:00 PM. GUARDSMAN TO CLAYTON PEAK DOWN HIDDEN VALLEY SKI TOUR. (MOD) Join Arthur Griffin ( ) on this seldom skied route. Meet at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 9:00 AM. See Dec. 21 for parking info. Pieps and shovels required and skins preferable. Track skis and boots are not recommended. TIME LORDS OF ROCK-N-ROLL at the First Unitarian Church South 1300 East. Potluck dinner at 6:30pm, dancing at 8:00pm till about 11 :30pm. Cost is $5.00. Jan. 12 Sun WOODLAND IN THE UINTAS SKI TOUR (NTD+) Meet J. Dewell ( ) at the Regency Theater parking lot on Parleys Way at 9:00 AM. Track skis and track low cut boots are not recommended. CATHERINES PASS SKI TOUR. (MOD) Meet Michael Budig ( ) at the Hillside Plaza Shopping Center (7000 S E.) at 9:00 AM. See Dec. 21 for parking info. Pieps and shovels required and skins preferable. Track skis and boots are not recommended. AUDREY KELLEY MEMORIAL SKI CLINIC (NTD-) Will probably be held at the Spruces or the WMC Lodge. Watch for details in the January Rambler. 13

14 Jan 18 Sat ICE CLIMBING IN PROVO CANYON. Accompany John Veranth on a finger and tow freezing expedition to Provo Canyon (Stairway to Heaven) for a day of climbing water ice. Call John, , for meeting time and additional details. Jan 25 Sat SUNDAY SOCIAL SPAGETTI DINNER Enjoy fellowship by the fire and Vicenzo's Italian cusine. Persons' interested in the 1992n trip to Leward Island should come at 5PM to help plant the trip, Party starts at 6PM, cost is $5, chocolate and coffee provided. Bring any other drinks you wish. Those wishing to talk sailing or concluding another activity in the area are welcome to come early. This is Film Festival weekend in Park City. Directions: take the Park City exit from Tum left at the Ridgeview sign. Go to the crest of a hill and tum left at the gravel road. Go up the hill to the "T" and tum right. Look for the flags. *************************************************************** FUTURE EVENTS AT A GLANCE JANUARY - FEBRUARY: details ( ). MT. WHITNEY Call George Westbook for FEBRUARY 8. SATURDAY. THE HYRUM KNIGHTLY - a traditional string band will play at the First Unitarian Church South 1300 East. Potluck dinner at 6:30pm, dancing at 8:00pm till about 11:30pm. No partner needed, the caller is very good about getting everyone to dance. Cost is $7.00. FEBRUARY 9. SUNDAY. Mullins' home. Details later. VALENTINE'S DAY SOCIAL at Leslie MAY FAIRY MEADOWS, BRITISH COLUMBIA. Guided tour over glacier. Stay in huts. Estimated cost $650. Call George Westbrook ( Hor W). MARCH 8, SUNDAY. SUNDAY SOCIAL from 5PM to around 8:30PM or 9:00PM. Bring your swimsuit and towel for hot tub if you like. Potluck dinner and bring your own liquid refreshments. Paper plates, plasticware and ice provided. Address is 3695 South 7th East. Call Carole Nelson, , for more info. MARCH 22. SUNDAY SOCIAL from 5PM to around 8:30PM or 9:00PM. A pasta dinner will be served. Host Scott Harrison will provide fettuccine and another pasta. Bring one of the following to share: desert, salad and dressing, or a pasta sauce. Also its BYOB so bring yoiur own liquid refreshments. Paper plates, plasticware and ice provided. Address is 4636 South Westview Dr., SLC. Cost is $2.00. Call Scott Harrison, , for more info. *************************************************************** 14

15 DffiECTORS NEEDED Have you ever thought of being on a Board of Directors? Why not? I was on the board for four years and learned a lot about budgets, scheduling, management, and people. Not only I helped the Club, but the Club helped me learn these skills that I now utilize in my work and play. The Board makes important decisions concerning the direction and focus for the Club, such as the Lodge sewer and the Olympics a few years ago. Members of the board discuss and vote on these issues. The Club needs your help to keep functioning. We are currently looking for the positions listed below for next year beginning in March. If you have time to help build a better Club, please call and volunteer. SKIIING Coordinates ski tours, setup classes MEMBERSHIP Enlists new members, maintain Club database VOLUNTEERISM Elections for the WMC Board are coming up. We need volunteers who are willing to serve on the board. If you are willing to stand for election please contact a member of the Nominations Committee: Jeff Barrell, Chair: Janet Friend: Jerry Hatch: Become involved! Offer to serve! Let a thousand points of light shine! RECYCLED PAPER FOR THE RAMBLER We printed the Rambler on recycled paper on a two month trial basis. We found no problems. Yes, it does cost more money: less than a penny a copy, far less than originally anticipated. So: we're going to use recycled paper from here on out. PUBLISHING CO-DIRECTOR gather materials, help Magdaline LODGE CO-DIRECTOR coordinate lodge rentals SECRETARY Publish meeting notes TREASURER Maintain Club ledger, pay bills Feel free to call and ask for details concerning any of these positions: Jeff Barrell Jerry Hatch Janet Friend

16 lflr. (Q) M TIHIJE JB(Q)A TING ID>IIJRJECCroIR. by Randy Klein If you missed the permit planning meeting meeting, please contact someone who went or call me at Carl Cook has updated the river permit addresses and information form, and there are several changes of addresses and/or phone numbers this year. So be sure to get your updated agency list and suggested launch dates to request. Applying for permits is a very important activity. The more club boaters who are involved, the more successful our next river season will be. HELP, WE NEED PERMITS!!! Its simple... NO PERMITS, NO RIVER ~UNNING! If you want to run any of the major nvers next year you have to apply for permits NOW. Don't be shy, you don't need to be the trip leader to get a permit. If you get a permit there are always many qualified people who will organize and run the trip for you. T~e chances of obtaining a permit are getting slimmer each year so it is important that anyone who ~ants to run rivers next year apply for the lottenes which are run at the beginning of the year: ~e first step is usu~lly to obtain a permit application through the mail or phone, then fill it out and make sure it is received by the deadline. In the spring, after the lotteries are done we will be running a planning meeting to organize trips for which we received permits. DO IT NOW!! With the holidays coming up many people put it off until it is too late. The address/phone numbers of the offices in charge of ~ach river segment are listed below, along with important dates. If you have any questions, such as which dates to apply for or how to fill out the application, PLEASE call Mike Dege ( ) or Randy Klein (Layton ). DINOSAUR NATIONAL MONUMENT: YAMPA, LODORE CANYON, SPLIT MOUNTAIN River Ranger Dinosaur National Park P.O. Box 210 Dinosaur CO Phone: :00-12:00 Mon-Fri ONLY A self addressed stamped envelope is REQUIRED to request an application for the boating lottery Nov 20 - Jan 10 Applications sent out Dec 1 - Jan 15 Applications accepted March 1 Permit winners notified GRAND CANYON - COLORADO RIVER River Unit Grand Canyon National Park Box 129 Grand Canyon, AZ Phone : You may call in to request the information you need to send to put your name on the waiting list. A $25 non-refundable fee is charged to enter your n~me on. a waiting list. This is not a lottery, you will obtam a permit when your name reaches the top of the list. Dec 15 - Jan 31 Continuing interest form must be postmarked for those ALREADY on the wait list Feb 1 - Feb 28 NEW applications to wait list accepted IDAHO RIVERS - MAIN SALMON, MIDDLE FORK, SELWAY, HELL'S CANYON North Fork Ranger District P.O. Box 180 North Fork, ID Phone: A centralized lottery system for all Idaho rivers is done through one application. There is a $5 fee which must accompany the application. Dec 1 - Jan 31 Applications RECEIVED between these dates are accepted, all others will be rejected. CONTINUED ON PAGE 41 16

17 WASATCH MOUNTAIN CLUB MEMBERSHIP LIST, DECEMBER GOVERNING BOARD DIRECTORS President Secretary Treasurer Membership Boating Conservation Entertainment Hiking Lodge Mountaineering Publications Ski Touring Information Wick Miller Leslie Giddings Louise Rausch Julie Ann Jones Randy Klein John Veranth Marc Hutchinson Bill Loggins Mike Treshow Vince Desimone Kathy Klein (rentals) Steve Walker Magdaline Quinlan Leslie Mullins Norm Fish Barbara Jacobsen Aaron Jones COORDINATORS Bicycling Rich Gregersen Nance Randall Canoeing Carol and Del Wiens Kayaking Janis Huber Sailing Rafting Vince Desimone Liza Poole Boating Instruction:Neal Reiland Boating Equipment:Jeff Barrell Volleyball Doug Stewart Scuba Bob Scherer TRUSTEES Milt Hollander Karen Caldwell Dale Green Alexis Kelner O'Dell Petersen Term expires 1992 Term expires 1993 Term expires 1994 Term expires 1995 Trustee Emeritus 17

18 WASATCH MOUNTAIN CLUB MEMBERSHIP LIST, DECEMBER 1991 NAME ADDRESS CITY ST ZIP PHONE Aa,MaryN. Abrahamson, Lynn P. Abramowitz, Jay & Elaine Ackerman, John Ackerman, Tony Adams.Ben Adams, Bill Adams, Conley Adamson, Margo Airhart, Curt Alexander,Maridene Allen, Chad M. Allen, David Allen, Nance Allen, Susan Allen, Thomas Allers-Olsen, Ilka Allhands, Sharon Allred, Christine Allinger, Siegfried/Donna Amelunke, Sandra Amerman, S. Kerry Anderson, Carol Anderson, Cynthia Anderson, David Anderson, Kathy Anderson, Phyllis Anderson, Steve Anderson, Valerie Anderton, Marcia Andree, Carolyn Andriana-Pilz, Marcia Apfelbaum, Nan Archibald-Stone, Penny Ariga, Chieko Arnold, John & Monika Arnold, Kay (Berger) Ashcraft, Gary Ashton, Don Atkin, Chris Atwood, Frank Atwood, Genevieve Austin, Marlene Averett, Larry Bacon, Ann-Liv & Frank Badowsky, Cassandra Baigs, Ritchie Bai, Garf Baierschmidt, Christine Bailey, James Baker, Bryce W West 3965 South wvc UT 229N.100E. Brigham Cty UT 4091 Mt. Olympus Way SLC UT 3390 Emigration Cyn SLC UT 6128 Hazelhurst Dr SLC UT 384 E. Woodlake Dr #17 SLC UT 569 East 1700 South SLC UT 5532 Marshwood Ln. #D SLC UT 1345 E 3045 S SLC UT 1988 w s. wvc UT 2655 E. Canterbury Ln SLC UT 254 E. 200 S. Bountiful UT 5 Triad Center #675 SLC UT 1203 E. Harrison Av SLC UT 3336 S. Pioneer St SLC UT P.O. Box 4521 Missoula MT 4575 Fortuna Wy SLC UT 40W. SOON. SLC UT 5352 S. Old Trenton Wy Murray UT 412 E. Woodlake Dr #65 SLC UT 4973 S. Eastridge #179 SLC UT 3094 Orson Dr Layton UT 1479 Logan Av SLC UT 208 S. 800 E. #9 SLC UT 311 S. State #380 SLC UT 2815 Sleepy Hollow Dr SLC UT 2584 E S. SLC UT 181 Canyon Dr Pocatello ID P.O. Box 1475 Lynnwood WA 1852 Terrace Dr Sandy UT 326 Quince St SLC UT 1963 Parleys Can Blvd SLC UT P.O. Box 2114 SLC UT 1169 Sunnyside Av SLC UT 1472 S Lincoln St SLC UT Brighton Lodge Brighton UT P. 0. Box 1588 SLC UT 875N.440W. Provo UT 4689 D Brookwillow Cove SLC UT 1786 Princeton Av SLC UT 470 S E. #1007 SLC UT 30 "U" St Rear SLC UT 5984 Starlite Dr. Murray UT 1056 E. 150 N. Springville UT 4429 W. Sunrise DrRT#3 Park City UT 2845 E S. SLC UT 750 S. Elizabeth SLC UT 6076 S E. SLC UT 1398 E. Downington SLC UT 5469 Willow Lane Murray UT 4030 S W. #6D SLC UT

19 WASATCH MOUNTAIN CLUB MEMBERSHIP LIST, DECEMBER 1991 NAME ADDRESS CITY ST ZIP PHONE Baker-Kennington, Jan 7251 Pippen Dr SLC UT Bala, Ritu 415 Medical Plaza SLC UT Baldwin, Phil 339 L Street SLC UT Balzer, Bert 2030 S. Main #402 Bountiful UT Banick, Stephen 5445 S. Willow Ln Murray UT Banks, Wm. & Marilyn 8708 S. Oakwood Pk Cir Sandy UT Baranowski, Bill P.O. Box 99, 501 Poli St Ventura CA Baring-Gould, Connie 1659 Harvard Av SLC UT Barkey, Brian 452 University St SLC UT Barnett, Gary & Carolyn 2361 E S. SLC UT Barney,Cindy 5221 Gravenstein Park SLC UT Barney,Ren 1104 E. Diamond Way Sandy UT Barrell, Jeff 5429 Woodcrest Dr SLC UT Barron, Paul 508 E. 500 S. Bountiful UT Barry, Mona 6631 S Gallentry Wy #30 SLC UT Barth, Marty 727-4th Av SLC UT Barton,Marie S. Woodglen Cir Sandy UT Basmadjian, Barbara 2518 Skyline Dr SLC UT Basse, Denise 1462 E S. SLC UT Bastin, Brian & Donna RT3 Box 105 Springville UT Batson, Margy 214 S E. SLC UT Baty, Bonnie 3479 E. Quad Rd. SLC UT Bauer, Janet 2124 E. Sego Lily Dr Sandy UT Bauman, Ruth 6962 S. 880 E. Midvale UT Bayless, Richard 6515 S.E Reed College PL Portland OR Beall, Sherrod 238 Downington Av SLC UT Beasley, Carol 2019 E. Windham Cir SLC UT Beck, Bruce 219 "I" St SLC UT Bell, Liz 3363 E. Norwood Rd SLC UT Bellack, Stuart 6885 S Redwood Rd #2013 SLC UT Bellows, Gordon 3187 S. 9200W. Magna UT Bengtson-Wells, Rebecca 2630 E. Creek Rd Sandy UT Benson.Guy 867 S. 900 E. #B SLC UT Benson, Lanie P.O. Box 616 Driggs ID Benton, Clayton 1652 Lakewood Dr. SLC UT Berg, Gary & Sue 1593 E S. SLC UT Berg, Thomas 4346 Fortuna Way SLC UT Berger, Philip & Sheila 996 E. Revere Ct SLC UT Bergeron, Alain 175 Canyon Rd #SC SLC UT Berndt, Wayne 1127 E N. N.Ogden UT Berrey, Julie 31 L St. #103 SLC UT Berry, Scott & Barbara P.O.BoxB Teasdale UT Bertch, Daniel 2648 S E. SLC UT Bertelsen, Colene 1591 S E. SLC UT Bertelson, Mark Fountains Dr #74 Murray UT Bertino, Clarence David 9527 Caledonia Cir S Jordan UT Besson, Guy Marie 6995 S Santa Cruz Dr.#31 SLC UT Bevis, Stephen 4921 S. Murray Blvd #S32 Murray UT Bibeault, Marcel & Debbe 1046 E.Bohm Cir. Sandy UT Bickley, Jim & Marilyn USMCA Augsburg, Box 112 APO NY Bidegain, John 641 E. 6th Av SLC UT Billings, Patricia 1825 Wampanoag Trail Barrington RI Biltoft, Chris 529-lOth AV SLC UT Binyon, Michael & Jean 1801 E. Hillcrest Av SLC UT

20 WASATCH MOUNTAIN CLUB MEMBER~HIP LIST, DECEMBER 1991 NAME ADDRESS CITY ST ZIP PHONE Blackbum, Sandy Blakebum,Jon Bliss, Carolyn Bloyer, Gretchen Bodwin, Geoffrey Bogue, Mary R. Bohnert, John Bonn,J. P. Bowen, James Bown.Joel Boyer, Bruce Bradakis, Karen & Mark Braithwaite, Kim Brennan, Alan Briggs, L. Don Briggs, Pat Brinkman, Robert Brittain, Janice Brodhead, Warren Bronk, Byron Brooks, Rhett & Lynette Brown, Bobbi Brown, Bob Brown, Cheryl Brown, Craig J. Brown, Denise Brown, Jim & Eileen Brown, Joanne Broxton, Harry & Judy Bruenger, Fred Bryant, Steve Bryson, Lynn M. Budig, Michael Bullough, Patricia L. Bunger, Jim Burg, Garry & Pat Burningham, Suzanne Burris, Jim Burt, David Bush, Duke Bush, Michelle Byrd, Jonathan/Michel Byrne, Jim & Dorothy Caldwell, Dennis* & Karin Call, Duane Campbell, Cynthia Campbell, Dianna Carlson, Eric Carr, Stephen Carrigan, Betty Jo Cartwright, Peter Case.Evan Cavanaugh, Marilyn R. Challender, Stuart 4984 Camino Real SLC UT 2296 Foothill Dr #D215 SLC UT 1453 E S. Sandy UT 3364 Santa Rosa Dr. SLC UT 2965 Two Paths Woodridge IL 539 E. Leland Av SLC UT 1213 S. Windsor SLC UT 467 E. 11th Av SLC UT P.O. Box SLC UT 7731 N. Buckboard Dr. Park City UT 754 E. Roosevelt Ave SLC UT 739 Park St. SLC UT 6161 E. Grant Rd. #7203 Tucson AZ 246 Ogden Canyon Ogden UT 823 E. Briarmeadow Ave Murray UT 154 "S" St SLC UT 2090 E. Gyrfalcon Dr. Sandy UT 2751 E. Wilshire Dr SLC UT 2405 E S. SLC UT 601 N. 1300W. Provo UT 3882 S. 500 E. SLC UT P.O. Box SLC UT 495 E S. SLC UT 1624 Lone Peak Dr SLC UT 2418 S Elizabeth St #1 SLC UT 1243 E.Center St Bountiful UT 1085 S. 800 E. SLC UT 3926 Pine Tree Dr. SLC UT 391 E N. Orem UT P. 0. Box SLC UT 1053 E. Roosevelt Ave. SLC UT 3523 Land Dr SLC UT 339 E. 600 S. #1408 SLC UT 334 Park Creeke Ln SLC UT 1131 Iris Lane SLC UT 1430 Westminster Ave. SLC UT 4000 S Jupiter Dr SLC UT 1389 E. Stratford Ave. SLC UT 1817 Cross St. SE Salem OR 1003 Fremont Av SLC UT 1426 W. Beacon Hill Cir SLC UT 1126 E 100 S #4 SLC UT 912 Foothill Dr. SLC UT 3645 Golden Hills Av SLC UT 2587 S 700E SLC UT 83N. 2ndW. Heber City UT 1059 E. 600 S. #4 SLC UT 1780 Millbrook Rd. SLC UT 3981 S. 900 E. #97 SLC UT 1167 E. Whitlock #B SLC UT 1761 Mohawk Cir SLC UT 780 W. Tripp Lane SLC UT 1573 Waterbury Dr#A SLC UT 155 "J" St. SLC UT

21 WASATCH MOUNTAIN CLUB MEMBERSHIP LIST, DECEMBER 1991 NAME ADDRESS CITY ST ZIP PHONE Chalmers, Sue 1372 E. Crandall Av SLC UT Chamberlain, Robert 8140 North Hwy 69 Honeyville UT Chambers, Lynn 386 "D" St. SLC UT Chan,Keith Dept Human Genetics UofU SLC UT Chancellor, Thomas & Denise nd Ave. SLC UT Chatwin, Troy & Janet 7861 Harvel Dr Sandy UT Cherenzia, Mary Jeanne 1704 Harrison SLC UT Chesley, Jane P.O. Box 2951 SLC UT Chesley, Sonja 1517 E. Parkway Ave. SLC UT Cheves.Ann 2504 Deaborn SLC UT Childs, George "Andy" 3223 Kenton Dr. SLC UT Childs, John & Anne 1234 N E. Orem UT Chindgren, Carl & Helen* 4726 Wallace Ln SLC UT Christensen, Barbara 1945 S E. SLC UT Christensen, Don 4359 S E. SLC UT Christensen, Janet* 1573 Hollywood Av SLC UT Christensen, Lynn 815 N. 950 E. Bountiful UT Christensen, Neil & Doris 1656 Blaine Av SLC UT Christensen, Sherry 5654 S. 625 E. Murray UT Christy, Ed 3995 S. 900 E. #157 SLC UT Clahane, Bernadette P.O. Box Park City UT Clapp, Charlie 1004 Bell Meadows Wy SLC UT Clark, Carolyn 409 University St SLC UT Clark, Maggie 853 W Elm Tree Pl #413 SLC UT Clark, Sheila 2908 Morgan Dr. SLC UT Clawson, Tony 4782 Wallace Ln SLC UT Clayton, Evelyn & Byron 3475 East 3020 South SLC UT Cleary, Morgan 251 W N. Layton UT Clements, Bryce & Karen P.O. Box 105 Draper UT Cluff,Anne 905 E. Millstream Wy Bountiful UT Cluff, Betty 3426 Brookview Lane SLC UT Cohen, Mendel 2321 E S. SLC UT Cole, Sandra 8845 S 1205 E Sandy UT Coleman, Kathy 1548 E S. SLC UT Coles, William & Joan rd Ave. SLC UT Collins, Gary th Av SLC UT Comeford, Jack 4211 S. Shanna St SLC UT Conn, Richard & Leona 382 Wall St SLC UT Cook, Bette 1131 Iris Lane SLC UT Cook, David & Sharon 833-4th Av SLC UT Cook, Dixon Carl 2189 Atkin Ave. SLC UT Cook,Earl 249 S. 700 E. #59 SLC UT Cook, Ed & Barbara 701 'G' St SLC UT Cook, Kathy 9462 S. 250 E. Sandy UT Coons, Sharon 7476 S 10th E #4C Midvale UT Cordes, Anna 1572 E. Bryan Av SLC UT Cordy, Gail 1069 E. Millcreek Wy SLC UT Corkins, Deon 543 E Cobblestone Dr Midvale UT Cornett, Terri 9862 S. Falcon Hurst Dr Sandy UT Coskey.Janet 2110 Lonsdale Dr SLC UT Couillard, Gary & Sonia 372 "I" St SLC UT Coultas, Cheryl 735 E. -8th Av SLC UT Coulter, David & Carol 4534 Crest Oak Cir. SLC UT

22 WASATCH MOUNTAIN CLUB MEMBERSHIP LIST, DECEMBER 1991 NAME ADDRESS CITY ST ZIP PHONE Coulter, Larry Cowley, Leigh Craig, Douglas Crawford, Teri Cromer, Cindy Crooks, Jill Cunningham, Bret & Raini Curoe,Joe Curran, Marilyn Curry, Janet Curtis, Angela Curtis, Kim Dahlgren, Michael Dansie, Kyle Darling, Riki Daurelle, Alice Daurelle, David & Jude Davidson, Diane Davies, Jo Davis, Frank & Susanne Davis, Mel & Kathy Deal, Lynn Dean, Catherine Dean, John & Julie Deck, Denis Decker, Carl Dege,Mike Deibert, Karen DeNevers, Clark DeNevers, Noel & Klancy Dennett, Herta Dennis, Sharon & Bill Denton, Chuck Desimone, Vince DeVall, Sue Dewell, J. Diaz, Rudy Dick, Gale & Ann Dickerson, Blaine Dickeson, Thomas Dickinson, Sandy Dickman, Sherman Diehl, Karen Dilello, Lidia Dixon, Carli Dixon, Mary Lou Doebbeling, Denice Doebbeling, Rolf E. Donley, Raymond & Mary Doolin, Diana Dorman, Dee Ann Dorman-Li, Wyllis Dougherty, Nina Douglas, Tommy 2527 S. Dearborn SLC UT P.O. Box North Pole AK 132 Lincoln St. SLC UT 230 A Canyonside Rd SLC UT 816 E. 100 S. SLC UT 422 S E. #12 SLC UT Silver Fork Brighton UT 1460 W Brookridge Ln 202 SLC UT 361 3rd Ave. SLC UT 2858 Washington Blvd #3 Ogden UT 4931 S. Murray Blvd #R2 Murray UT 3650 S E. SLC UT 862 E S. #49 SLC UT 1531 E. Browning Av SLC UT 1013 S. McClelland SLC UT 5474 Indian Rock Rd. SLC UT 60 North Grant Midvale UT 229 "G" St SLC UT 1862 Laird Ave. SLC UT 3690 Millcreek Rd SLC UT 4647 Idle wild Rd SLC UT 9724 S E. Sandy UT 2108 Rainbow Pointe Dr. SLC 7601 S. Logan Dr. Littleton UT co UT UT 9547 So Fint Dr Sandy UT 2300 W. Earles Ct. Road 413 w s. SLC Bountiful 1860 Laurelhurst Dr. SLC UT 1181 Sherman Ave. SLC UT 1416 Butler Av SLC UT 3663 S E. #17 SLC UT Bluffview Dr. Sandy UT 2666 N. 400 E. N.Ogden UT P.O.Box Park City UT s. 700 w. Sandy UT 56N. 800W. W.Bountiful UT 127 Lakeview Stansbury UT 1377 Butler Av SLC UT 9982 Blossom Dr. Sandy UT 2418 Dutch Draw SLC UT 4153 S. Marquis Way SLC UT 1560 Indian Hills Dr. SLC UT 7128 Pine Cone St SLC UT 3182 E. Sagebrush Circle SLC UT 750 E. 3 Fountains Dr#97 Murray UT 4918 W. Decora Way West Jordan UT 1406 Blaine Ave SLC UT 218 E S. SLC UT 5543 Marshwood Lane #A Murray UT I 105 E. 200 S. #4 SLC UT 843 S. 900E. SLC UT 634 E. 700 S. SLC UT 638-6th Ave. SLC UT 201 Emerson #20 Houston TX

23 WASATCH MOUNTAIN CLUB MEMBERSHIP LIST, DECEMBER 1991 NAME ADDRESS CITY ST ZIP PHONE Dover, Kyle Drews, Michael Dryden, Paul DuBois, Les Duda, Raymond Dumke, Andrea Dunn, Christine Dunn, Karl L. Dunnebacke, Richard Duong.Hong Durrant, Floyd Duvall, Allan Duvall, Fred & Karla Dyer.Jane Earle, Kermit & Pam Eaton, Merla Eckman, Ruth Edwards, Joanne Egger, Marlene J. Ehlers, Ruta Eisenberg, Michael Elder, Jim Elizondo, Judy Ellison, Jeannie Elwell, Clara Elwell, James K Embry, Janet Endicott, David Endicott, Scott English, Cheryl & Del Erler, Elise L. Evans, Barry D. Evans, Kenneth Evenstad, Norm & Gwen Everitt, Ben Everson, Bob Faigle, Barbara Farrow, Chris Faubion,Marianne Paules, Dee Pelis, Carol Felkner, Marilyn Ferrari, Annamarie Fields, Pat Fieldstad, Vernon Fikkan, Phil Fish, Norman B. Fisher, Ralph Fisher, Ron Fisher, Sue Fitch, Bobby Flakowski, Jon & Sandra Flanagan, Kevin Flanders, Larry 1155 E. Promontory B203 Sandy UT 1595 Foothill Drive SLC UT 962 University Village SLC UT P.O. Box 193 Centerville UT 4497 Roger Dr. SLC UT 2285 Cottonwood Cr. SLC UT 720 N. Hilltop SLC UT 105 Aspen Terrace Park City UT 2102 East South Sandy UT 219 "I" St SLC UT 715 3rd Ave #4 SLC UT 4633 Quail Vista Ln #I SLC UT 1470 E N. Ogden UT 214 S 12th E SLC UT 3362 E. Louise Ave. SLC UT 4301 Emigration Canyon SLC UT 163 West 1000 North Bountiful UT 1956 Redondo Ave SLC UT 7527 S Brighton Wy SLC UT 3348 Splendor Circle SLC UT 4872 S. Highland Cir #5 SLC UT 3182 E. Sagebrush Circle SLC UT 133 Wheat Field Circle Draper UT 2774 Coventry Lane SLC UT 4666 Clearview St. SLC UT 1722 W S. #A302 West Valley UT 751 E. 200 S. SLC UT 402 Camaron Dr. Brigham Cty UT 865 Belmont Av SLC UT 949 Merry Bell Ln Kennett PA 480 "H" ST SLC UT 4103 Vailwood Dr Nashville TN 51 WGroveAv SLC UT 2825 S. McClelland St SLC UT 3054 E. Delsa Dr SLC UT 1020 Ramona AV SLC UT 959 Hollywood Av SLC UT 328 Douglas Av Oakville 8585 Sun Valley Dr. Sandy UT 4814 Fortuna Wy SLC UT 4728 Woodduck Ln SLC UT 1785 S. Wasatch Drive SLC UT 2420 Elizabeth St #5 SLC UT 167 First Ave #41 SLC UT 1840 Brookhill Dr. SLC UT 1378 E. Thornton SLC UT 6309 W. Milden Lane wvc UT 7411 N. Hitching Post Park City UT 3080 S. 700 E. #4 SLC UT 2994 E. Tolcate Ln SLC UT 8081 S.Shorthills Dr SLC UT 1971 Richards St SLC UT 1551 W Riverdale Rd #15A Riverdale UT 275 "M" St#8 SLC UT

24 WASATCH MOUNTAIN CLUB MEMBERSHIP LIST, DECEMBER 1991 NAME ADDRESS CITY ST ZIP PHONE Fleming, Mary Fleming, Susan Fletcher, Mel* Fluke.John Flynn, Lee Flynn, Mike Fogle, Clark & Pam Foltz, Rodger Forster, Craig Forsythe, Grace Foster, Tom Foutin, Gayle Frances.Jean Fravel, Robin Freedman, June D. Freethey, Sandra & Geoff Frese, James E. Frey, Therese Friend, Janet Frohboese, Karil Frojen, Judy Fruin, Mark Fruin, Maria Fulton, Don Galeazzi, William/ Andrew Gall, Susan Gallagher, Michael Gallegos, Frederica Galloway, Anna Galloway, Karrie Gardner, Randi Gardner, Suzanne Garrigan, Dana Gaschler, Mike Gates, Joseph & Connie Gavere, Allan Geer, Robert Gelman, Martin & Sheila Geppert, Kristen Gerlits, John Gibson.Jim Giddings, Cal* & Leslie Giddings, Susan Giffen, Bruce Giffin, Patty Giles, Philip Gillette, Gene Gilligan, S. J. "Gill" Glaser, Steve Glasgow, Mary Ann Glass, Josanne Gleave.John Goeckeritz, Harold Goetz, Susan th Av SLC UT P. 0. Box SLC UT P. 0. Box 51 Park City UT 387 "H" St. SLC UT 2528 E S. SLC UT 638 Brampton Wy #527 SLC UT P.O.Box 37 N.SLC UT 2080 Belaire Dr SLC UT 3479 E. Quad Rd. SLC UT 747 S. Grandview Cir SLC UT 962 Herbert Av SLC UT 6670 S. Verano Cir W.Jordan UT 3703 S Chippewa Rd wvc UT 2625 Stringham Av #B 102 SLC UT 2296 Foothill Dr #D 214 SLC UT 1539 S E. SLC UT 827 Oquirrh Av Tooele UT 2686 Alden St SLC UT 1172 Hillview Dr SLC UT 7731 N. Buckboard Dr. Park City UT 1920 W. Parkwest #29D Park City UT 178 W N. Centerville UT 630 Park St #12 SLC UT 7860 W Woolley Way Magna UT 1175 E S. Clearfield UT 2925 E S. SLC UT 3 Maloyan Lane Lafayette CA 1945 S E. SLC UT 6557 S E. SLC UT 835 East Emerson Ave. SLC UT 3288 Elgin Dr SLC UT 4802 S E. SLC UT 1032 E. 400 S. #407B SLC UT 2364 E S. SLC UT 2560 Cavalier Dr. SLC UT 1717 E S. SLC UT 4240 Sunset View Dr Holladay UT 4504 Parkview Dr P.O. Box SLC Provo UT UT 109 S looe #1 Cedar City UT 314 N. 500E. Heber City UT 6660 Killyon Canyon SLC UT 1425 Perry Av SLC UT 1270 E. Sherman Av SLC UT 6372 Boxwood SLC UT 2959 Garden Cir SLC UT 3366 Elgin Dr. SLC UT 6880 Virginia Hills Dr SLC UT 2525 E 3300 S #3 SLC UT 4258 Mt. Olympus Way SLC UT 1441 E Sherman Av SLC UT 236 "D" St SLC UT 1325 Maplewood Dr. SLC UT 4000 Brinker #8 Ogden UT

25 WASATCH MOUNTAIN CLUB MEMBERSHIP LIST, DECEMBER 1991 NAME ADDRESS CITY ST ZIP PHONE Goldsmith, William Goldstein, Marvin Golias, Emil Goodall, Eleanor Goodell, Nancy Goodman, Sam P. Goodro, Harold * Gorman, Larry/Pierrette Gorny, Richard Goss, Peter L. Gottsegen, Abby Gow,Roland Grant, Bob & Marilyn Gray, Donald Green, Barbara Green, Dale (25) Green, Dana Green, L. Douglas Green, Suzi Greene, Craig L. Greenfield, Suzan Greenhalgh, Brent Greenhalgh, Rita Greenhall, Agnes Gregersen, Rich & Julie Gregg, Chuck Gregory, Martin & Glynis Griesemer, Anne Griffin, Arthur Groesbeck, Wesley Guiver, Judy Gull, Marilyn Gully, James Haack, Sherman & Linda Haas, Leonard Haas, Walter Haberman, Paula Hadley, Hal & Heidi Hadley, Joan Hail, John Hailey, Belinda Hall, Becca Hall, Chas& Emily(25) Hamilton, Gordon & Tamera Hamrick, Annie Hancey, Leone (Le) Hanley, Anne Hannon.Bob Hanscom, Dave & Mary Hansen, Cheryl Hansen, Chuck Hansen, Marcia Hansen, Peter Hardebeck, Larry 1788 S. 1100E. SLC UT 1993 Sycamore Lane SLC UT 2486 E. Nantucket Dr SLC UT 587 E 1700 S. SLC UT 154 W Girard Av SLC UT 1814 Meadow Dr SLC UT 2350 E. Murray-Holladay SLC UT 5705 S. Whitewood Dr. SLC UT 461 E. 800 S. SLC UT 935 Third Ave. SLC UT 1253 Gilmer Dr. SLC UT 2540 E. Murray Holladay SLC UT 4213 S. Quinette SLC UT 1912 E. Ramona SLC UT 1977 Richards St. SLC UT 4230 Sovereign Way SLC UT 1630 St. James Pl SLC UT 1021 E. 300 S. Bountiful UT 165 E. Cobblecreek Rd N. S.L.C. UT 334 E S. Bountiful UT 754 E. Roosevelt Av SLC UT 1304 S E. SLC UT 5312 Queenswood Dr. SLC UT 1817 S. Lincoln St SLC UT 2552 Douglas St SLC UT 957 E. Lowell Ave. SLC UT 1422 Roxbury Rd SLC UT 2436 S Elizabeth St #6 SLC UT 668 N. East Capitol Blvd SLC UT 2041 Hollywood Av SLC UT 4333 Larson Way SLC UT 1941 S 1300 E SLC UT 1773 Shaleh Meadow Rd SK SLC UT 6225 Lorreen Dr. SLC UT 1253 Gilmer Dr. SLC UT 717-9th Ave SLC UT 927 Ramona Av SLC UT 252 E. Coatsville SLC UT 186 "T" SLC UT 976E 5750 S SLC UT 7511 S. Crest Cir Midvale UT 228 Canyon Side Rd. SLC UT 2652 E S. SLC UT P.O. Box SLC UT 644 St Andrews #2023 Chandler AZ 978 N. 170 E. Bountiful UT 1030 Floret Ln #12J SLC UT 4927 Murray Blvd #z32b SLC UT 1451 Moray Ct Park City UT 2772 Sonnet Dr. SLC UT Rt 5 Box 336 D Santa Fe NM 1231 S. Naylor CT. SLC UT 1460 Harrison Av SLC UT 2530 E S. SLC UT %

26 Wasatch Mountain Club Membership List, December 1991 NAME ADDRESS CITY ST ZIP PHONE Harden, Ned R Revere Dr SLC UT Harding, Gary & Angela 1170 S E. SLC UT Hardy, Dave 4797 Sandalwood Cir SLC UT Hardy, Linda 1721 S E. SLC UT Harper, Judith 830 N. 500 W. #11 Bountiful UT Harrington, Harold 39 Mine Run Rd Schwenksv'l PA Harrington, Jennifer 480 "F" St SLC UT Harris, John 1783 Millbrook Rd SLC UT Harris, Paula R. P. 0. Box SLC UT Harrison, Dan 2282 E 3205 S SLC UT Harrison, David 1650 Waverly Palo Alto CA Harrison, Scott 4636 S Westview Dr SLC UT Harrow, Melanie 423 "G" St SLC UT Hart, David 1518 Sunnyside Ave. SLC UT Hartmann, Donald Psychology Dept, U of U SLC UT Harvey, David 4371 Green Av #B Los Alamito CA Harvey, Stewart 1652 Yale Ave. SLC UT Haskin, Pamela 2150 w s. #60 SLC UT Hatch, Jerry 1160 E S. SLC UT Hathaway, James A Mariyana Av Gallup NM Hathaway, Ralph & Nancee 3125 E. Kennedy Dr #306 SLC UT Hayashi, Herbert & Chris 4056 S. Solar Cir SLC UT Hayduk, Douglas 1149 Brickyard Rd #1103 SLC UT Hazel, Mark 986 E. 3rd Ave #3 SLC UT Healy, Geroge & Trudy 3258 Alta Hills Dr. Sandy UT Heaps, Gene 7910 s w. SLC UT Heaton, Lade 2156 S E. SLC UT Hedberg, Katie 242 Scenic Dr. East Washington UT Hegewald, Ulrike (Uli) 1215 E. 300 S. #5 SLC UT Heier, Rod 530Oak St Elko NV Heimerl, Marlys 2333 E S. #I SLC UT Hendricks, Milo 1201 Shadow Mountain Pl Las Vegas NV Hendrickson, Mike & Judy 7516 S E. SLC UT Henry, Beve 3318 Washburn Av North Minneapolis MN Henson, Ruth C Emerson Av SLC UT Herrick, Myron 8728 S. 1700E. Sandy UT Herriott, Reda 2064 E. Buckingham Way Sandy UT Hibberd, Craig 1572 E. Bryan Av SLC UT Hickey, Michael 4515 Jupiter Dr. SLC UT Highsmith, Jim & Wendie 1161 E. 900 S. SLC UT Hinckley, Neil 2708 Skyline Dr. SLC UT Hinde, Lon 1462 E S. SLC UT Hitchner, Lewis E. 500 W.Middlefield Rd #34 Mt. View CA Hodgson, Diane 1626 E. Emerson SLC UT Hoenig, Kathleen 2676S 1900E SLC UT Holland, Dennis E Lamborne Av SLC UT Holland, Ruth 150 w s. #54 Midvale UT Hollander, Milt* & Louise* 2561 Valley View Ave. SLC UT Holt, Annie 2630 Windsor St #4 SLC UT Holt, Mark & Loy 301 Long Bow Rd Farragut TN Homer, Craig & Linda 3364 Sunnybrook Dr. SLC UT Honn, Dick 1730 Oak Springs Dr SLC UT Hood, Jim 5259 S. Gurene Dr SLC UT

27 WASATCH MOUNTAIN CLUB :MEMBERSHIP LIST, DECEMBER 1991 NA:ME ADDRESS CITY ST ZIP PHONE Hood-Garrigan, Tracy 1032 E. 400 S. #407B SLC UT Hooper, Helen 3456 Summer Hill Dr SLC UT Hoppe.Ruth 3510 Mountain Blvd Oakland CA Hom.John 1886 Ria Branco Sandy UT Horton, Nila 3231 Cummings Rd SLC UT Horton, Paul 656 Grand St SLC UT Hoskins, Larry 796 Whispering Pine Dr SLC UT Hovingh, Peter 721-2ndAv SLC UT Hovis, Bart 4115 Diana Way SLC UT Hruska, Ilona P.O. Box SLC UT Huber, Janis M S. Carolyn Street SLC UT Huddleston, Norris 2304 Jackson Savanna IL Hughes, Bill 909 Lincoln Ln SLC UT Hugus, Kent P. 0. Box Park City UT Husarik, Theresa A S. Murray Bl #Pl SLC UT Hutchison, Marc & Susan 244 W. 600 N. #129 SLC UT Hutt, P. Jesse 804 E. Belmont Ave. SLC UT Ienatsch, Ellie 3838 S E. SLC UT Imber, Scott 5211 S. Spring Gate Dr. SLC UT Imes, Sharon 2821 E S. SLC UT Inaba, Inaba 2495 w s. wvc UT lverius, Per-Henrick 1538 E. Spring Gate Dr SLC UT Ivy.Nancy 441 S. University St SLC UT Jackson, Benita 63 E. 200N. SLC UT Jackson, Judy 2030 S. 600 E. SLC UT Jacobsen, Darlene P.O. Box 2384 Park City UT Jacobsen, Darlene 602 Iris Ave Corona Del CA Jacobson, Barbara 1386 E. McCormick Wy SLC UT Jameson, Ken & Penny 1801 S E. SLC UT Janney, James 127 S. 800 E. #20 SLC UT Jarvis, Gene & Nancy 2228 Willow Hill Dr Sandy UT Jenei, Maria 5272 Gravenstein Park Murray UT Jennings, Brooke 1587 Foothill Dr #4 SLC UT Jess, Laurie 6857 S. Countrywds Cir#C Midvale UT Johnson, Ann 690 Brittany Dr #204 Murray UT Johnson, Judith Smal Business So UT Univ Cedar CityUT Johnson, Keith & Gay 4640 W oodduck Ln SLC UT Johnson, Mary 111 E. IOON. Springville UT Johnson, Rip 3670 Golden Oaks Dr SLC UT Johnson, Robert & Mary 1410 E. South Temple SLC UT Jones, Aaron 302 East 1700 South SLC UT Jones, Candy 5429 Woodcrest Dr SLC UT Jones, Corey 1448 E. Crandall Av SLC UT Jones, Eric 1200 Harvard Av SLC UT Jones.Jay 87 "Q" Street SLC UT Jones, Jeff & Lisa 2531 Altamont Circle Sandy UT Jones, Julie 2236 E S. #13 SLC UT Jones, Lynn 3200 Margie Av SLC UT Jones,Mark 2245 Marie Av SLC UT Jones, Robert E. 643 E S. #C SLC UT Jones, Sharon Kay 2090 E. Michigan Av SLC UT Jordan, Lisa 1242 Roosevelt SLC UT Jorde, Lynn 595 Matterhorn Dr Summit Pk UT Juenger, Kathleen (Kate) 621 S. Grand Av SLC UT

28 WASATCH MOUNTAIN CLUB MEMBERSHIP LIST, DECEMBER 1991 NAME ADDRESS CITY ST ZIP PHONE Kabili, Rakella 1783 E. Hubbard Ave. SLC UT Kaercher, Susan 1160 Mercedes Wy SLC UT Kale, Barton 4275 S E. Rear SLC UT I Kalm-Stearns, Carol 3549 Crestwood SLC UT Kane, Timothy J S. Sunstone Rd #193 SLC UT Kaslikowski, Chet 289 E. Clover Ridge Dr. Sandy UT \ Kato, Jason 4520LeoWay SLC UT Katz, Eyal & Ronit Moshav Ganey - Am Israel Kaye, Bonnie 2625 Stringham Av #B307 SLC UT Keay, Diane 276 "B" St SLC UT Keck,Kathy 2318 Bonniebrook Cir Taylorsville UT Keeler, Kathie 1575 Edgecliff Dr Sandy UT Kehr, Bill & Lucy 1510 E S. SLC UT Keller, Chas & Allene 3060 Grace St SLC UT Keller, Richard & JoAnn 4201 Mt. Olympus Way SLC UT Keller, Wes & Jean 5060 Boabab Dr SLC UT Kelley, Ann Box 7708 Jackson WY Kelley, Ken & Jane P.O. Box Brighton UT Kennington, John 7251 Pippen Dr. SLC UT Kerns.Loni 1845 W 150 N West Point UT Kerr, Barbara 6962 S. 880 E. Midvale UT Kesterson, Elise 2501 S E. SLC UT Ketelsen, Ron 9202 Bianca San Antonio TX Key.James 2510 W. Eldorado Idaho Falls ID Killeen, Ita 115 "J" St. SLC UT Kimbrough, Harry th Av South Seattle WA King, Kathie 2424 Kensington SLC UT King, Marliss 2936 E. LaJoya Dr. SLC UT Kingston, Sam C. 87 W. 300N. #306 SLC UT Kirchhoff, Karin 3375 S. Crestwood Dr SLC UT Kirkland, Rick 1591 S E. SLC UT Klein, Kathy 1435 E S. SLC UT Klein, Randy 2781 W S. Roy UT Kluender, Douglas E W. Flamingo #112 Las Vegas NV Knapp, Lois 168 Country Club Stansbury UT Knauer, Louise 1450 Roosevelt SLC UT Knickerbocker, Wm 'Knick' P. 0. Box 1424 SLC UT Koschnitzke, Lisa 1233 E. Emerson Av SLC UT Kosky, Ron & Linda 3705 Golden Hills Av SLC UT Kosmider, Patrick & Sally 1703 N. Edison Arlington VA Kottcamp, Pat 410 Chapman Place SLC UT Kouremetis, Sondra 552 E 4050 S #8H SLC UT Kovacs.Eve 2965 Two Paths Woodridge IL Kramer, Donna 2977 Mominside Dr SLC UT Kranz, Linda 795 E. Gable Ln Midvale UT Kraus, Ken 342 N. Main St SLC UT Kreuter, Catherine 2561 E. Redondo Ave. SLC UT Krinick, Nancy 1357 Butler Av SLC UT Kristiansen, Gary 1731 s. 500E. SLC UT Krueger, Steven 2629 Stringhan Av #B218 SLC UT Kuehl, LeRoy & Barbara 1934 Michigan Ave SLC UT Kulmer, Morris/Merrily 1980 So Ridge Hollow Bountiful UT Kumpfer, Karol L th Av SLC UT Kupaei, Moe 1398 E S. Sandy UT J ' 28

29 WASATCH MOUNf AIN CLUB MEMBERSHIP LIST, DECEMBER 1991 NAME ADDRESS CITY ST ZIP PHONE Kurt, Judy A. Kury, Frank Lagerberg, Karl G. ] Lahr, Greg Lakomski, Peter & Shirley } Larkin, Larry & Sandra Larsen, Ellen Larsen, Lillian Larson, Gordon Larson,Penny Lasater, Lee Lattin, Virginia Lawlor, Larry Layton, Michael & Laura Le Vaux, Howard A. Leavitt, Laurlee LeBlanc, N. F. Lee, James B. Lee, Sheila Leeds, Holly Leigh, Linda Leigh-Goldstein, Jeanne Lennartson, Barney Leonard, Gloria Lesley, Charles Leventhal, June Levy, Marc & Beverly Lewis, Clinton K. Lewis, F. Lyman Lewis, Steve Lewis, Wm & Marjorie Liebergesell, Elizabeth Liers, Lou Ann Lindstrom, Gary & Sandy Little, Diane Livingston, Richard Loggins, Bill Long.Randy Losee, Mary Ann Lovato, Tim Lovejoy, Dan & Barbara Lovell, Loraine Lovett, Merylin Luddington, Frank & Joyce Lufkin, Bee Lujan, Beverly Lukez, Rudy Lundquist, Lisa Lundsberg, Kelton Lynn, Susan :l MacKay, Constance J Mackenzie, Heather Madden, Ponce Maddox, Mark 4904 Southlake Dr #3D SLC UT 133 E. Main St Sandy UT 971 Diestel Rd SLC UT 1469 E. Winder Ln SLC UT 490 E N. N.Odgen UT 2118 S. King St SLC UT 1125 N. Main #3D Layton UT 6898 Countrywood Cir #H Midvale UT 8316 Supernal Way SLC UT 4090 S. 300 E. #D SLC UT 1021 E. Hillview Dr SLC UT 4864 S E. SLC UT 438 N. Center St SLC UT 219 Banks Ct. SLC UT 626 Huron Av #2 Cambridge MA 681 Birchfield #4C Murray UT Box426 Chadds Ford PA 1538 Devonshire SLC UT 2200 Texas St SLC UT 2 Ravena Ave #106 Riverside RI 529 Elm St. BoulderCty NV 1993 Sycamore Lane SLC UT 5378 W Silver Tip Dr SLC UT 2792 S. Filmore SLC UT 765 Noble Pl SLC UT 1774 S E SLC UT 728E. 3rd Av SLC UT 1295 S E. Bountiful UT 3 Claim Jumper Ct. Park City UT 36 S State St 11th Floor SLC UT 1277 E. 100 S. Logan UT 1111 E. loos. SLC UT 2000Texas St SLC UT 915-3rd AV SLC UT 4984 Camino Real SLC UT 3131 N. Morgan Valley Dr Peterson UT 804 E. 300 S. #10 SLC UT 8610 Kings Hill Dr. SLC UT 4239 S E. SLC UT 1152 S. 500 E. #2 SLC UT 6659 Greenfield Wy SLC UT 4497 Roger Dr. SLC UT 24 White Barn Dr Plsnt View UT 4505 S. Roger Dr SLC UT 1460 Harrison Av SLC UT 3198 S. 300 E. #12 SLC UT 1851 E. Garfield Av SLC UT 2106 B Wasatch Dr SLC UT 1727 S E. SLC UT 1512 Harrison Av SLC UT 5511 Willow Ln #B Murray UT 718 S. 650 E. Bountiful UT 2044 Michigan SLC UT 1220 Westminster Av SLC UT

30 WASATCH MOUNTAIN CLUB MEMBERSHIP LIST, DECEMBER 1991 NAME ADDRESS CITY ST ZIP PHONE Madsen, West(Eldon) Magee, Margaret Mallon, James Malm, Margaret Mancini, Frank Mancini, Leah Manship, Michael Markowski, Margo Marks, John D. Marotz, Toni Marsden, Sarah Marshall, Karen Marshall, Linda Martin, Leila Martin, Michael Martinelli, Joseph/Bemadet Mash, Steve Masheter, Carol Mason.Jim Mason, John & Julie Mason, Vicki Mathews, Bret Matthes, David Maughan,Joyce May, Jesse A. Mayer, Donald Mayer,Jan Maynard, Gary Mays, Linda McCaig, Bob McCarthy, Ken McCarvill, William McClain, Rick McCoy, Karen McCullough, Tom & Karen McDonald, Ann * McDougald, Wendy McDowell, E. York McElroy, Betty McEwan, Margret McEwen, Patrick McGregor, Martin McIntyre, Kathy & Ross McMichael, Marion A. McMillan, E. Brooks McNamara, John & Mariana McRae, Dee McWhorter, Bill & Maxine Meade, Ceil Meads, Floyd Megeath, Alexis Merrill, Doug Mertlick, Gary 3440 S. 500 E. #47 SLC UT 560 E S. #8F SLC UT 597 Caldwell Dr. Tooele UT P. 0. Box 123 Springdale UT 4927 S. Murray Blvd #Z39 Murray UT 1505 Browning Av SLC UT 1992 S. 800 E. SLC UT 668 N. East Capitol Bl SLC UT 5077 Moor Dale Cir SLC UT 935 E. 600 S.#12 SLC UT 1771 Shaleh Meadows #SF SLC UT 3065 s w. SLC UT 609 E S. SLC UT 3396 Terrace View Dr SLC UT 8081 S.Shorthills Dr SLC UT 1609 Pheasant Wy Park City UT 6834 Clover Cir. West Jordan 1891 E. Claybourne Ave SLC UT UT 634 S E. SLC UT 3774 Viewcrest Dr. SLC UT 608 E. Vine St #2 Murray UT 1012 Olympus Rdg Cv J107 SLC UT 479 E Northmont Way SLC UT 455 S. 300 E. #355 SLC UT 4108 Longmeadow Wy Ft. Worth TX 1619 Roosevelt Ave. #C SLC UT P.O. Box SLC UT 2320 Garfield Av SLC UT 2648 West 7460 South West Jordan UT 1830 S. Parfet Ct Lakewood co P.O. Box Park City UT 3363 E. Norwood Rd. SLC UT 2212 S. West Temple #6 SLC UT 4220 Monarch Wy SLC UT 3735 S. Kimbary Wy SLC UT 2571 E. Hillsden Dr SLC UT 2311 Catalina Dr SLC UT 4582 Arcata Dr SLC UT 1350 E. 750 N. Orem UT 720 Three Fountains #8 SLC UT 1088 Platinum Way Sandy UT 6261 Ben Air Dr W.Jordan UT 842 Garfield Ave SLC UT 3670 S E. SLC UT 116 N.W. 79th Seattle WA 2964 Saint Marys Cir SLC UT 62 San Juan Ct West Jordan UT 475 E. North Hills Dr SLC UT 519E S Sandy UT 703 w s. Woods Cross UT 68 E. 200 N. #13 SLC UT 3146 Nordic Drive Sandy UT P. 0. Box SLC UT

31 WASATCH MOUNTAIN CLUB MEMBERSHIP LIST, DECEMBER 1991 NAME ADDRESS CITY ST ZIP PHONE Meyer, Laurie Meyer, Linus Meyer, Robert & Susan Midgley, Keith Millar, Kay Miller, David Miller, Larene Miller, Tom Miller, Tom Miller, Wick & Joanne Milliken, Carol Milne, Anne Miner, Suzanne Minix, David Mirabelli, Donna Mitchell, Jerry Mitchell, Robert & Marcia Molberg, Holly Molloy, Catherine Monteith, Mike Montgomery, Sandra Mooers, Bruce & Shireen Mooers, Molly Mooney, George Moore, Douglas Morgan, Steve & Bev Moritz, Sherrie Morrey, Robert D. Morris, David Morris, Elizabeth T. Morris, Steve & Shirlyn Morrison, Betty & Samuel Morrow, Carolyn Moseley, Joan Moss.Lee Muhlestein, Madilyn Mullins, Leslie Munn, Thomas W. Munns, Bill Myers, Robert Myrup, Jaelene Val Naef, Val Nail, Lillian M. Nalecz-mrozowska, Ewa Nall, Lyn Nash, Fred Neese, Jerry Jeannine Negler, Stephen Nelson, Carol Nelson, David Nelson, James Nelson, Sandra Nelson, Vickie Nestel, Arnold 4414 S. Atherton Dr#21 SLC UT 3725 S. Osteen Cir Magna UT 3190 N. Holiday Dr N.Ogden UT 843 E. 300 S. Bountiful UT 1151 Jaren Cir SLC UT 2636 Stringham Av #A123 SLC UT 2240 E S #18 SLC UT 8297 Champsionship #301 Memphis TN 3919 S W. #L-211 wvc UT 8958 N. Cove Dr. Park City UT 685 N. Brook Tooele UT 1140 S E. SLC UT 1609 Arlington Dr SLC UT 3299 Meadowbrook Dr. wvc UT 2321 S E. SLC UT 2351 Edgemoor Dr SLC UT 5772 Holladay Blvd. SLC UT 3276 Fortuna Dr SLC UT 3392 S. Crestwood Dr SLC UT P.O. Box 1127 Sandy UT 3073 W. Fawn Dr Park City UT 1857 E. 900 S. SLC UT 2988 Metropolitan Wy SLC UT 3414 Brockbank Dr SLC UT 679 Terrace Hills Dr SLC UT 1505 Acklin Dr Prescott AZ 1437 E. Gilmer Dr. SLC UT 260 Searles Ridgecrest CA 172 Braewick Rd SLC UT 4177 Mathews Way SLC UT 824 S 850E. Bountiful UT 21 Heritage Rd East Lyme CT 778-6th Av SLC UT 649LaLoma Pasadena CA th Av SLC UT 9138 S E. Sandy UT 829 E. 900 S. SLC UT 390 "F" St SLC UT 7162 s w. SLC UT 3336 S. Pioneer St SLC UT 1850 Connor Street SLC UT 7255 Pearl Circle Midvale UT 1221 S. 900 E. SLC UT 130 S 1300 E #711 SLC UT 382 Garfield Av SLC UT 2745 Willow Hills Dr Sandy UT 4325 S E SLC UT 741 South 300 East Farmington UT 3695 S. 700 E. SLC UT 627 6th Av #1 SLC UT 2921 Berwick Place wvc UT 7946 Harvel Dr Sandy UT P.O. Box 9084 SLC UT 1630 St. James Pl SLC UT

32 WASATCH MOUNTAIN CLUB MEMBERSHIP LIST, DECEMBER 1991 NAME ADDRESS CITY ST ZIP PHONE Netelbeek, T. A Canterbury Dr SLC UT Newman, Larry 771 Northcrest Dr. SLC UT Newport, Brian 111 S E. #408 SLC UT Nibley, Bruce 710 E. 2nd S. #5B SLC UT Nibley, Gerry 1898 E S. #15 SLC UT Nicholas, Lynn 4756 Ichabod Place SLC UT Nichols, Jeff 236 J Street SLC UT Nickerson, Melissa 182 G St. SLC UT Nickisch, Bryce 124N 500W Clearfield UT Niederhauser, Jay & Sandy 3430 S E. SLC UT Nielsen, Mary B Fieldcrest SLC UT Niewenhous, Jerry 314KSt. SLC UT Novak, Rose 1469 E. Stratford Ave. SLC UT Novak, Vera 1469 E. Stratford Av SLC UT O'Connell, Jean F Oak Springs Dr SLC UT O'Connor, Gloria 2023 S E. SLC UT O'Dell, Marilyn 1120 Canyon Rd. #23 Ogden UT O'Dell, Mike 1771 Shaleh Meadows #5F SLC UT O'Steen, Linda 9559 S. 220 E. Sandy UT Oakes, Kevin 2768 Nila Wy SLC UT Ogden, Stewart & Joan 2523 E S. SLC UT Ohlsen, Bill & Ruth nd Ave. SLC UT Oliver, Bob 9668 S. Annalynn Dr. Sandy UT Oliver, JoAnn 3837 S E. SLC UT Oliver, Steve 1632 S E. SLC UT Olsen, Allen R Fortuna Wy SLC UT Olsen, Craig & Pamela 1116 N E. Layton UT Olson, Darlyne 5056 s w. SLC UT Olson, Lisa 3685 E 3820 S #3 SLC UT Oshita, Bruce 2781 w s. Roy UT Oster, Randy 1571 Michigan SLC UT Othmer, Bobbie 7546 Buckboard Dr. Park City UT Overfield, Theresa 172 Braewick Rd SLC UT Owens-Baird, Cindy 1376 Lincoln St. SLC UT Pace, Jeffrey 1524 Arlington Dr. SLC UT Pack,E.L W. Saddleback Rd Park City UT Paige, Wayne 821 Harrison Av SLC UT Palfrey, Audrey % 205 E 2nd Av SLC UT Papan, Phyllis 1873 S. Jeri Dr. Bountiful UT Parchesky, Joseph 233 N E. Orem UT Parken, John D S. Deer Creek SLC UT Parker, Gary 2397 New Castle Dr. Sandy UT Parks.Lee 2921 Morgan Dr. SLC UT Parry, David South 3600 West Riverton UT Partridge, Clark/Cathleen 4278 S. Adonis Dr. SLC UT Pater, Sherie 5712 St. James Place SLC UT Pearson, Ross 2958 Ida Cir SLC UT Pearson, Vicki 2220 E S. #205 SLC UT Pellatt, Morton 2599 Valley View Ave. SLC UT Penn.John 4244 w s. wvc UT Perez, Ronald 5690 S. Ventnor Ave. Holladay UT Perkins, Karen 2225 Fardown Av SLC UT Perkins, Roy 4850 S 1300 E #12 SLC UT Petersen, Cindy 3124 E. Louise Ave. SLC UT

33 WASATCH MOUNTAIN CLUB MEMBERSHIP LIST, DECEMBER 1991 NAME ADDRESS CITY ST ZIP PHONE Petersen, O'Dell* & Edith 866 Pacific Ave SLC UT Peterson, Kim D Danube Cir SLC UT Peterson, Lois 2281 Lakeline Dr. SLC UT Peterson, Normand L Laird Ave SLC UT Peterson, Rikki 1374 Embassy Wy SLC UT Peterson, Valerie & Larry 1230 E S. Sandy UT Piani, Jim 1628 St. Charles Place SLC UT Pierce-McCaig, Camille 2052 E Arbor Lane SLC UT Pietsch, Bruce 835 E. Emerson Ave. SLC UT Pilz, J oergen 1963 Parleys Can Blvd SLC UT Pine, Tim 1049 Logan Av SLC UT Pistone, Joseph 3017 Hawthorne Av Ogden UT Platke, Rosemarie 4171 S. 530 E. #21E SLC UT Platt, Vicki 196LeBankc SLC UT Pobanz, Norman A Driftwood Dr SLC UT Pointer, Jill 902 W.Timbercr'k Wy#1607 SLC UT Pollyea, Barbara 1425 E. Laird Cir SLC UT Pompa, Janiece 225 6th Av #6 SLC UT Poole, Tim & Liza 925 N E. Layton UT Posin, Donna 1881 S E. SLC UT Powelson, Gerald 590N. 300E. Am.Fork UT Powers, Clari 1004 Bell Meadows Wy SLC UT Prentiss, Sarah W Doris Way SLC UT Price, Kristie (Green) 7230 S E. SLC UT Proctor, Chris 649LaLoma Pasadena CA Proctor, Joan 1310 Shannon St SLC UT Quinlan, Magdaline 2525 E S. #3 SLC UT Quinn, Barry G E. Lakewood Dr SLC UT Quint, Bruce 7081 S Santa Cruz #31 SLC UT Randall, N. Dauphne 1534 Park St SLC UT Ranney, Alex 940 Donner Wy #470 SLC UT Rappaport, Helen & Rick 1495 Harvard Ave. SLC UT Raskin, David & Marga 1865 Herbert Ave. SLC UT Rausch, Louise 48 W. 300 S. #1904 N.Twr SLC UT Rausch, Tim & Judith 750 Kensington SLC UT Ray, Loretta J Kings Row Dr #32 SLC UT Reading, Dan S. 300 E. Draper UT Reed, Georgeanna 4862 S E. SLC UT Reed, Jerri P. 375 E. Meadow Rd Murray UT ~8498 Reel, Kathy 7256 Jefferson Rd Magna UT Reese, Marcia 2355 E S. SLC UT Reichmuth, Charles 3193 S E. SLC UT Reid, Joan C. 784 E S. Bountiful UT Reid, John & Barbara 681 E. -17th Av SLC UT Reiland, Neal 823-1st Av SLC UT Reinhold, Richard & Sunny 3480 Monte Verde Dr. SLC UT Reinicke, Jean W S. Riverton UT Revelt, Carol 1267 Sherman Av SLC UT Revitte, Marian P. 0. Box 4901 Santa Fe NM Rhoads, Anna Marie 6437 Heather Dr Watauga TX Rich, Tom & Leslie 3370 Monte Verde Dr SLC UT Richards, Barbara 3005 Plateau Dr SLC UT Richardson, Donald 1783 E. Hubbard Ave. SLC UT Richardson, Paul 2276 Karalee Way Sandy UT

34 WASATCH MOUNTAIN CLUB MEMBERSHIP LIST, DECEMBER 1991 NAME ADDRESS CITY ST ZIP PHONE Richey, Bob 225 Fifth Ave SLC UT Richey, Dale 1403 Lombardy Court SLC UT Rieke, Alan 88 W Inglenook Dr# 1202 SLC UT Rieke, Gina 2998 Kohala Dr. SLC UT Riley, John E Palisade Dr. SLC UT Ritter, Jane 266 4th Av #101 SLC UT Roberson, William 3848 Cliff Dr. SLC UT Robertson, Margaret 1743 E S. SLC UT Robinson, Diane 2280 Lake St. SLC UT Robison, Oscar 1790 Keys View Ct. SLC UT Robson, Jim & Angie 3811 Dimrall Dr SLC UT Rockwell, Ken 275 L Street #11 SLC UT Rodier, Hugo 46 W. Lester #G 24 Murray UT Rollins, Terry 1587 Denver St SLC UT Roman, Betty 3685 Oak Rim Way SLC UT Romanofski, Kathleen 1152 S. 500 E. #2 SLC UT Rose, Gary 573 E S. #35E SLC UT Rosen, Peter 247 S. 700 E. #51 SLC UT Rosqvist, Bill 281 S. loooe. Bountiful UT Ross, Howard & Barb 7089 S. Pinecone St. SLC UT Rosten, Emily 1143 Westminster Av SLC UT Roundy.Mike P.O. Box 563 Eden UT Rowins, Chris 1411 s w. Syarcuse UT Rozendaal, Eric 604 S 900E SLC UT Rubinfeld, Paul Rt 19 Box 91-JR Santa Fe NM Rum bellow, David 1421 Wilson Ave. SLC UT Russell, Robyn 1518 Sunnyside Ave. SLC UT Russell, Sharon 1325 E S. SLC UT Ruzicka, James P. 0. Box 3813 Park City UT Ryburn, Frank 1124 Taffeta Dr SLC UT Sanchez, Becky 1322 E. Crandall Ave. SLC UT Sanders, Brian 644 W Saint Andrew #2023 Chandler AZ Sangroniz, Robert/Katherin 1555 E Amblewood Lo SLC UT Sargent, Dennis 1401 E. Stratford Av SLC UT Sartain, Gene 892 E. Sego Lily Sandy UT Saslow, Stuart 804 E. Belmont Av SLC UT Saxion, Howard & Darcy 5631 N. Kingsford Ave. Park City UT Sayre, Bill & Linda 2249 S. Wellington St SLC UT % Schelstraete, Joyce 5240 Gravenstein Park Murray UT Schild, Tom 7511 S. Crest Circle Midvale UT Schilling-Brown, Chris 1627 Williams St Boise ID Schilling-Guenther, Irene 1515 Kearney Laramie WY Schjelderup, Kathy 3755 Evelyn Dr. SLC UT Schlager, Lee Ann 8125 Cottonwood His Cir Sandy UT Schmidt, Marv 1615 E N. Heber UT Schoenberg, Andrew 1471 Michigan Ave. SLC UT Schorzman, Sherman 1625 S 1600 E SLC UT Schroeder, Laura P.O. Box SLC UT Schulz, Angela 865 Canyon Ridge Wy #11 Midvale UT Schumann, Liliane 944 E. Essex Ct Wy #1 Midvale UT Schwartz, Jill 978 E. 600 S. #3 SLC UT Scott, Marshall 2256 Foothill Dr #220F SLC UT Scott, Randy 774 E S. SLC UT

35 WASATCH MOUNTAIN CLUB MEMBERSHIP LIST, DECEMBER 1991 NAME ADDRESS CITY ST ZIP PHONE Scott,W.Alan Searle, Valerie Seeley, Donn M. Seeley, Ellen Seeley, Tim S. Seymour, Kathy Sharp, Janet & John Shaughnessy, Carol Shavers, John Shaw.Judy Sherer, Bob Sherman, Rick Sheya, Paul & Lynne Shiery, Floyd Shipway, Lois Anne Shreeve, Becky Shyluk, Walt Silberstorf, Tom Silletti, Dolores Silva, Bryan Simpson, Janet Sims, Cheryl Sitar, Joyce Slagle, Wayne & Betty Slattery, Martha Sloan, Sherry Smircich, Paul Smith, David & Penelope Smith, Debbie Smith, Doug Smith, Gibbs Smith, James R. Smith, John Smith, Pat Smith, R. Gary Smith, Roxanne Smith, Suzi Smith, Terri Snow.Rob Snyder, Robert & Kezia Sohl, John Sohler, Joyce Soltis, William E. Sondelski, Zig Spear, Doris Speicher, Janice Speirs, Ken Sperling, Julie Spikes, Barbara Splaine, Kathy Spreiter, Jim Stack, Richard Daniel Stark, Douglas Steams, James 4685 Bron Breck St SLC UT P.O. Box204 Midvale UT 475 S. 1200E. SLC UT 3872 Park.view Cir SLC UT 601 S. 400E. Kaysville UT 2121 N. Av. GrandJunct co P.O. Box Park City UT 170 Lincoln St. Midvale UT 559 Colburg Rd #1 Eugene OR 4306 S E. SLC UT 4181 W. Cheltonham Wy W.Jordan UT 350 S. Elizabeth #11 SLC UT 1180 S. Foothill #733 SLC UT 538 S llooe SLC UT 986 Nabbs Creek Road Glen Burnie MD 750 Taylor Ave. Ogden UT 7514 S E. SLC UT 470 E 6990 S Midvale UT P. 0. Box SLC UT 25 S 1100 E #14 SLC UT 1036 Crandall Av #B SLC UT 5186 E Pinehurst Eden UT 128 1st Av #1 SLC UT 2500 Cinnabar Lane SLC UT 2599 Valley View Ave. SLC UT 3383 S.Shady Cr.Pl. #2 SLC UT 2106 E S Sandy UT 1896 E S. SLC UT 753 W.400S. Provo UT 850 MacArthur Dr Pittsburg PA 123 N. Flint St Kaysville UT 6722 S E. SLC UT 5494 Spurrier Rd. SLC UT 7762 Sunbird Way Midvale UT P.O. Box 134 Farmington UT 448 N. 350E Kaysville UT 1569 E. Waterbury Dr SLC UT 1886 Ria Branco Dr Sandy UT 1024 E. 825 N. Layton UT 2783 Melbourne St. SLC UT th St Ogden UT 3055 S E. SLC UT 2624 S E. SLC UT 245 S. 300 E. #B Bountiful UT 1607 W. Pheasant Way Park City UT 337 Quince SLC UT 2483 Woodthrush Dr Sandy UT 1020 Military Dr SLC UT Pintail Ct SLC UT 1166 S. Blair St. SLC UT 3617 E S. SLC UT 547E.225N. North SL UT 2698WrenRd SLC UT 3549 Crestwood SLC UT

36 WASATCH MOUNTAIN CLUB MEMBERSHIP LIST, DECEMBER 1991 NAME ADDRESS CITY ST ZIP PHONE Steffey, Frank Steiner, Richard Stensaas, Suzanne Steorts, Lee D. * Stephens, Tom & Maurita Sterner, David & Jessyca Stemfeld, Steven Steury, Craig Stevens, Elissa Stevens, Joan Stevens, Melissa H. Stevenson, T. Q. Stewart, Diann Stewart, Douglas Stewart, Larry Stewart, Norman Stockslager, Gayle Stodt, John A. Stoker, Wayne Stokman, Willy Stone, Paul R. Stone, Richard Storer, Suzanne Stowe, Mike Strickland, Margaret Strickland, Nick & Marie Strickler, Bill Stringfellow, Anne & Mike Stringfellow, Linda Strong, Kenny Sturdevant, Betty Sturm, Craig & Debbie Susswein, Steven Sutton, John L. Swaim,Bob Swaner, Paula Swanson, George L. Swanson, Larry Swanson, Mark Swanson, Steve Sweat, Floyd & Debra Sweeney, Ardath Sweeney, Jim Sweeney, Mary Jo Sweigert, Susan Swenson, Gordon Synakiewicz, Carol Sysak, Christel Tanner, Annette Tanner, Julie Tawa, Dan Taylor, Barbara Taylor, Delores Taylor, Joanna Taylor, Lee & Judy 4135 S E. SLC UT 1356 Dover Rd. SLC 1735 York Ave #24G New York UT NY 5157 S E. SLC UT UT 336W.2000N.#J Layton UT 4434 Parkhill Dr. SLC 1449 Laird Av SLC UT 1267 Sherman Av SLC UT 1567 Waterbury Way SLC UT 3488 S. Crestwood Dr SLC UT 4759 Bon Air St#5 SLC UT 4125 Meadow Hill Ln Fairfax VA 1570 Binford St Ogden UT 5673 Adaley Av SLC UT 7527 S Brighton Wy SLC UT 4351 w s. SLC UT 2588 Village Circle SLC UT th Av #B SLC UT 3641 Oakview Dr. SLC UT 622 Elizabeth St (Front) SLC UT P. 0. Box SLC UT 1169 Sunnyside Ave. SLC UT 1799 Navajo Dr Ogden UT 7908 Ponderosa Cir Sandy UT 2754 S. Blair SLC UT 1331 S. First St. Terre Haute IN 647 W N. Clinton UT 1651 Mohawk Wy SLC UT 5352 S. Old Trenton Wy Murray UT 147 S. 900E. Layton UT 4320 Whitby Ct. SLC UT 1337 Emigration Dr SLC UT 9065 Picabo Rd Chipita Pk co P. 0. Box272 Liberty UT 1255 E. 200 S. #7 SLC UT 2660 Evergreen Ave. SLC UT I 1420 Logan Av SLC UT 3491 Oakview Dr. SLC UT P.O. Box SLC UT 2847 Commonwealth Av SLC UT 678 "H" St SLC UT 7437 Eastbourne Cir SLC UT 816 E. Shadycreek Pl SLC UT 1026 S. Douglas St SLC UT th Av SLC UT 1120 Windsor St. #2 SLC UT 3099 Lincoln St #A SLC UT 8275 Top of The World Dr SLC UT 2242 E S. #11 SLC UT 1271 Westminster Ave. SLC UT 3396 Terrace View Dr SLC UT 1819 Kensington Ave. SLC UT 5532 Marshwood Ln #D SLC UT 934 McClelland St. SLC UT 577 Redondo Av SLC UT

37 WASATCH MOUNTAIN CLUB MEMBERSHIP LIST, DECEMBER 1991 NAME ADDRESS CITY ST ZIP PHONE Taylor, Lyn & Russ Taylor, Randy & Peggy Taylor, Sandra Tegan, Shirley Teismann, Trudie Thalmann, Joan Thatcher, Linda Thielmann, Colin J Thinnes, Patty Thole, Ronald H. Thomas, Daniel & Judy Thomas, Ferrel Thomas, Kathleen Thomas, Mrs. Samuel F. * Thomas, Susan & Richard Thomason, Kevin Thompson, Dale Thompson, Tony Thompson, William Thome.Don Tippets, Greg Tipps, Betsy Todd.Chuck Todd,Levi Toelcke, George Tolboe, Dennis Tolboe, Marilyn Tomky, Donna Tomlinson, Gary & Betsy Torri, Tony Townsend, David Trask, Renae Trayner, Rebecca Treacy, Ann Treshow, Marilyn Treshow, Mike Treshow VII, Michael Triolo, Phil Turkanis, Stuart Turner, Robert Turtletaub, Jack Umfleet. Daniel Updegrove, Loyal Vance, David VanderWilt, Jody Varvil, Glen & Tena Velasco, Claude R. Venizelos, Chris Veranth, John & Martha Vemon,Mark Viavant, Bill Viavant, June Vickery, David Vogel, William 1535 S. Wasatch Dr. SLC UT 610 E S. SLC UT 1123 Vista View Dr SLC UT 174 N. K Street SLC UT 8691 S. Spartan Dr. Sandy UT 3575 S W. #9D wvc UT 511 First Ave. #401 SLC UT 5442 S 900 E #9488 SLC UT th St Ogden UT 5330 S 900 E #200 SLC UT 133 East Celeste Midvale UT 60 E. S Temple #1000 SLC UT 20 S E. #3 SLC UT 23-2nd Ave#l107 SLC UT P. 0. Box 8041 Alta UT 621 S. Main Bountiful UT 515-6th Ave #2 SLC UT 328 "H" St SLC UT P.O. Box SLC UT 2220 E S. #179 SLC UT 1940 Logan Ave. SLC UT 2530 E S. SLC UT 5521 s w. Bennion UT 1339 S. Roberta SLC UT Box 828 Park City UT 755 E. Lisonbee Av. SLC UT 1535 E S. SLC UT 1750 Oaksprings Dr. SLC UT S. Wasatch Blvd. Sandy UT 3395 E. Enchanted Vw Dr SLC UT 805 Grandridge DR SLC UT 619 E. Browning Av SLC UT 4535 S. Country Lane Rd SLC UT 3237 E. Danish Way SLC UT 2737 Glenmare St SLC UT 3124 Emigration Canyon SLC UT P.O. Box 5764 Ketchum ID 622 Elizabeth St (Front) SLC UT 2C219 Medical Cntr UofU SLC UT 1270 E. 200 S. #9 SLC UT 2625 Stringham #B307 SLC UT 1782 E. Mombo Dr Sandy UT 560 E South Temple #1002 SLC UT 2240 Foothill Dr #El 15 SLC UT 4161 S W. #3C SLC UT 1531 E. Princeton Av SLC UT 3220 C Van Teylingen Dr Colorado Sp co 227 S. 400 E. #3 SLC UT 4460 Ashford Dr. SLC UT 2798 N E. Layton UT Box2002CV Moab UT 557 Mira Vista Av Oakland CA 1374 Thornton Av SLC UT 2857 E. Millicent Dr SLC UT

38 WASATCH MOUNTAIN CLUB MEMBERSHIP LIST, DECEMBER 1991 NAME Vogelstein, Esther E. Vojtecky, Karen Wachter, Donald & Arlene Wahl, Merrilee Wahrhaftig, Ruby& Austin* Walker, C. H. Walker, Lawrence & Lee Walker, Neff Walker, Steven Wallace, David & Rebecca Wallace, Kip & Bill Wallace, Lowell Wallentine, Elsie K. Wallentine, Keith & Kathy Walsh, Bonnie Walsh, Tom Walter, Dick & Debby Walthall, Anne Wardle, Jewel & Jim Watson, Alene Way, Susan Weatherbee, Robert & Veda Webb, lorraine Weber, Ron & Dorthy Webster, Edgar Wechsler, Ann Weech, Merrill Wehan, Paul & Sharon Weirick, Bob Wells, Bill Wells, Christa Wenberg, Ruth Wendling, John Wenger, Karl Wenger.Ray Wennhold, Phil & Ann Wescott, Barbara Westbrook, George Wheeler, Jim & Jane White, Sandra S. Whitehead, Dex/Trudy Bach Whiteside, Henry 0. Whitney, Gary L. Wiens, Del & Carol Wiggins, Bob & Linda Wilburn, Margaret Wilcox-Desimone, Linda Wilhelmsen, Russell Wilkerson, Don Wilkerson, Howard Wilkes, Sherrie Wilkins, Cindy T. Williams, George Williams, J. R. ADDRESS CITY ST 305 1st Av #2 SLC UT 1126 Harrison Av SLC UT 4198 Aspen Lane Eden UT 2616 Wellington SLC UT 2239 Logan Av SLC UT 5046 w s. SLC UT 3627 S. Choke Cherry Dr SLC UT 1500 s. 180 w Hurricane UT 1050 E. Harrison Av SLC UT 1998 Windsor St. SLC UT P.O. Box 203 Wilson WY 1203 E. Violet Dr. Sandy UT ZIP PHONE ()<) N.W. Red Oak Ln Parkville MO Palisade Dr. SLC UT E. Millbrook Rd SLC UT Lynncrest Cove SLC UT P. 0. Box 1725 Park City UT S. 800E. SLC UT S. 2nd E. #2 SLC UT E4200 S SLC UT Marquis Way SLC UT Wren Haven Rd SLC UT S. S tonehill SLC UT Garfield Ave. SLC UT POBox4055 Park City UT Emerson Av SLC UT E S. SLC UT s w. W.Jordan UT P. 0. Box SLC UT E. Creek Rd Sandy UT 84()<) E. 2nd S. #7G SLC UT E S. #5 SLC UT S. Leilani Dr. Sandy UT Ramona#l2 SLC UT West S. Riverton UT Belaire Dr SLC UT Sherman Av SLC UT E. Danish Hills Cir SLC UT Pikes Peak Court Louisville co E S. #B SLC UT S. Teton Dr SLC UT th Av SLC UT Rosecrest Dr SLC UT Ann Dell Ln SLC UT So 3610 East SLC UT Laurelhurst Dr SLC UT P. 0. Box Park City UT Vista View Dr SLC UT Waterbury Wy #L SLC UT S E. SLC UT E Creekside Cir #E SLC UT S. Foothill Dr#l31 SLC UT S. BOOE. SLC UT Rm 238 Bldg 5132 Dugway UT

39 WASATCH MOUNTAIN CLUB MEMBERSHIP LIST, DECEMBER 1991 NAME ADDRESS CITY ST ZIP PHONE Williams, Joanne Williams, Kyle Williams, Linda Lee Williams, Lou Williams, Ray., Williams, Ridge Willigan, J. Dennis Willis, David Wilson, Robert & Jinny Winawer, Hank & Brenda Winningham, Maryl Winter, Chris Winter, John R. Wise, Mary Withrow, C.Dean & Carol Wolf, Sheila Wollam, Jean Wong, Cherry Wood, Bob and Sue Wood, Stacy Wood, Tom Woods, Leslie Woodward, Roseann Woody, Bob & Barbara Wooldridge, Gene Workman, Kenneth & Ann Wren, Michael Wright, Bob* & Denna Wright, Robert & Kathy Yashko, Paul Yates, William & Sarah Yerkovich, Marilee Yih, Benny Young, Carol Young, Cheryl Young, Monty & Shirley Yurich, George Zeamer, Richard Zoemer, Frederick Zwiebel, Bill 1588 Princeton Ave. SLC UT P. 0. Box SLC UT 3542 s w. #25 wvc UT 882 N. Sir Philip Dr SLC UT 2546 Beverly ST SLC UT 1481 Blaine Av SLC UT 3671 S E. SLC UT 1534 Park St. SLC UT 4285 Park View Dr SLC UT 2879 E. Valley View SLC UT 515 Medical Plaza SLC UT 4161 S. 530 E. #20E SLC UT 4301 Emigration Canyon SLC UT 2216 Foothill #315 SLC UT 519 Northmont Wy SLC UT 9426 Dolomite Way Sandy UT 1191 E. Clear Spring LN SLC UT 1509 E. Spring Leaf Dr SLC UT 252 E. Shelly Louise Dr. Sandy UT 1536 Oxbow Cir#21 SLC UT 2219 Lincoln Ln SLC UT 456 E S. #14 SLC UT 3021 Sequoia Ave. SLC UT 2212 Vimont Av SLC UT 2924 s w. wvc UT 5085 s W Roy UT 717 E. -5th Av #206 SLC UT 3886 Holiday Curve Park City UT Old Ranch Road Box 20 Park City UT 160 West 800 N. Logan UT 625 West 600 South Brigham City UT 36 W Girard Av SLC UT 1124 Medical Plaza SLC UT 3675 S 6830W wvc UT 2566 Commonwealth SLC 2909 w s. W.Jordan UT UT 3094 Orson Dr. Layton UT th Ave. SLC UT 579 Creighton Way Reno NV 214 S E. SLC UT

40 GREAT GEAR FOR WINTER FUN FROM WILD ROSE SKATE SKIS: CUTTING EDGE PRODUCTS FOR WINTER FUN AND FITNESS FROM BLIZZARD, ATOMIC, KNEISSL, SALOMON, ALFA AND REFLEX. COMPLETE SELECTION OF RACE WAXES AND TOOLS. BACKCOUNTRY TOURING: QUALITY METAL EDGE GEAR FROM ATOMIC, ASNES, TUA, ASOLO, VOILE, AND ROTTEFELLA. CLOTHING: TECHNICAL OUTERWEAR AND FUNCTIONAL ACCESSORIES FOR OUTDOOR WINTER ACTIVITIES. SERVICE: WE OFFER A FULL SERVICE REPAIR FACILITY. MOUNTING, TUNEUP, DELAM AND EDGE REPAIR, PLUS BASE PREPARA TION AND RACE WAX SERVICE. Fishers 2175 South 900 East, S.L.C., Bring in this ad before December and get $25.00 off a Bellweather winter jacket GT Tequestas regularly $ now just $ Bianchi Bridgestone Davidson GT LeMond Receive a free water bottle cage when you bring in this ad I Open 10 AM to 6 PM DEMO & RENTAL: METAL EDGE, SKATING AND LIGHT TOURING. 40 WILD ROSE 702 THIRD AVE

41 PERMITS (continued) SAN JUAN, WESTWATER, DESOLATION CANYON San Juan BLM San Juan Resource Area P.O. Box 7 Monticello, UT Phone: Desolation BLM Price River Resource Area 900N. 700E. Price, UT Phone: Westwater BLM Grand Resource Area P.O. BoxM Moab, UT Phone: All BLM administered rivers follow the same policies. Each river lottery must be separately applied for at the appropriate office. You must completetheir permit form and attach correct postage. Jan 1 - Feb 28 Applications RECEIVED between these dates are accepted, all others will be rejected. CATARACT CANYON-COLORADO RIVER Canyonlands National Park 125 w. 200 s. Moab, UT Phone: lfjrom OCAYAOC "lfihile COO]D)JINAroJR. By Janis Huber Rivers in Other States I have access to a world wide computer network which has an electronic bulletin board. I have had very good response from questions I have posted in the past. If you have specific questions about a river in another state (or country), I would be glad to post questions for you. I will submit the answers to the Rambler. Please call me with your questions at PAINLESS ADVANCED FIRST AID CERTIFICATION AND RECERTIFICATION COURSE OFFERED S'PLORE is offering an advanced first aid certification and recertification course. The course isopen to all members of the Wasatch Mountain Club on a first come, first serve basis. This course will teach and review advanced first aid techniques including CPR. The course will be taught Monday evenings in January and February from 6:30PM until 10:00PM. It will be held at the S'PLORE office located at 27 West 3300 South. Cost per person is $90.00 with a $50.00 deposit due by December 20th. The course will be taught by Steve Littlefield (Steve teaches for the University of Utah and privately). The course is endorsed through the National Safety Council. Certification is comparable to American Red Cross Certification. To register, send a $50.00 deposit to S'PLORE, 27 West 3300 South, Salt Lake City UT 84115, including your name, address, and daytime phone number. Again, the registration deadline is December 15th. For more information, contact Angela Mueggler at the S'PLORE office,

42 lfr (Q)M[ llodgle jfihij.b DlllR.lECTOJR LAST CHANCE FOR INPUT ON LODGE IMPROVEMENTS BEFORE JANUARY BOARD DECISION by Vince Desimone, Lodge Director COMMENTS REGARDING PLUMBING AT THE LODGE By Frank Atwood The WMC annual meeting resulted in a spirited discussion of the options for the Lodge. I appreciate the care and concern for the WMC and the Lodge expressed by participants. Now is the last opportunity to give input before the Board makes a decision on what will be done. The "sense" of the meeting I came away with was that there is a leaning toward replacing the Goodro Annex with a new entry and access to newly constructed toilet facilities in the basement. This would require developing a water supply system and hooking up to the sewer. Some of the points brought out in discussion were: * Hooking up to the sewer system is a responsible act in that it would avoid potential contamination of canyon water quality from lodge sources. * Food preparation and clean up would be made easier and more sanitary. * Utility/personal hygiene would be enhanced with flush toilets and water. * Some expressed t!1e desire to maintain current minimal facilities instead. * Members would likely see an increase in dues and/or lodge user fees to support improvements. * The number of overnight guests the lodge could accommodate would be reduced since sewer fees are based on the number of beds. * Demand for use of the lodge would likely increase as would user fees to pay for increased costs of operating new facilities. The Board is open to receiving additional input prior to making a decision. Call me ( ) or any Board member with your thoughts by January 5, How primitive, rustic or sanitary do we want our lodge experiences to be? My nose says: "Give me flush toilets." My heart knows too often no one is going to clean up after someone. My mouth says with hesitation: "Pit toilets and safe, potable water in the kitchen." Despite scale and location of plumbing being significant, I feel the most important aspect is ease of cleaning, for that reason I advocate: 1. Pit commodes, not flush, in order to deliberately discourage use. 2. Kitchen sinks should be fully plumbed with potable water to "sanitize" party preparations and protect our water rights. I'm splitting hairs with the choices in the October Rambler. I'd like to use this article also as an opportunity to provide a framework to discuss scale and location of plumbing: I picture scale of plumbing going from the primitive to the absurd: The woods Outdoor out house - just down the hill from the lodge. Indoor pits - currently what we have Kitchen sink with cold water Kitchen sink with hot and cold running water - The level of what I advocate Flush commodes Bathroom sink with cold water Bathroom sink with hot water - The limit of the level I feel is acceptable Shower stalls Dishwasher

43 COMMENTS (continued) An aside is: I'd like see a freeze-proof sprinkler system put into the lodge to minimize fire damage. This topic is premature, because, first we must decide if we want water at all, then decide the follow-on, do we want a sprinkler system. This issue contains the latest Membership list. Please take a minute to review your name and address. If any corrections are needed, please let me know, Julie Jones, I picture the commode scale of location going from outdoor to adjacent: Outdoors pits Indoors First floor pits - what I advocate. Basement flush toilets First floor flush toilets Annex flush toilets Location is not so significant to me as lighting and ventilation. I accept the basement, as long as, the lighting and ventilation are more than adequate. I realize ventilation and freeze proofing are often mutually exclusive; still, I want very good ventilation. I am very appreciative of Vince Desimone eagerness to let the decision process be a club consensus followed by a board decision in order to resolve this issue. I enjoyed the meeting on October 17. Again, I feel ease of cleaning and maintenance should dictate extent of plumbing; I think this means stick with pit toilets, but put in potable water at the kitchen sink. Flush toilets are nice, but too cleaning and maintenance labor intensive. WE WOULD LIKE TO EXTEND A WARM WELCOME... to the following NEW MEMBERS who were approved for membership at the Board Meeting on November 6, Lynn Nicholas Gail Cordy Lawrence Bowman Lisa Olson Don Christensen Gary Maynard Betty Jo Carrigan Phil Baldwin Paul Smircich Barbara Faigle Susan Kaercher Christine Baierschmidt Janet Sharp John Sharp Eric Jones Suzanne Burningham Steve Morgan Bev Morgan Laura Schroeder Alene Watson Steve Lewis S Herman Schorzman S.J. "Gill" Gilligan III Stacy Wood Alexis Megeath 43

44 We've enjoyed many socials over the summer and fall. I would like to recognize and thank the following people who hosted and otherwise assisted with socials and get-togethers this summer and fall: Phylis Robinson, Weston Madsen, Randi Gardner, Frank Atwood, Joyce Sitar, Christel Sysak, Carole Nelson, Carol Dinan, Dennis Talboe, Chuck Gregg, David Vance, Sean IronTree, Christine Alldred, Bob Hannon, John Hail, Tom Silberstorf, Aaron Jones, Vince Desimone, Marianne Fabian, Mark Hutchison, Steve Krueger, Martha Veranth, Maggie Clark and Karin Caldwell. In addition I'd like to extend this appreciation to the members of the entertainment committee: Frank Atwood, Carol Beasley, Carol Dinan, Marianne Fabian, Mark Hutchison, Steve Krueger and Renar Trask. Socials were held in town and at the lodge. 40 to 95 people attended each of the lodge socials and 20 to 40 attended each of the socials in town. More socials will be held in town this winter due to deep snow at the lodge andthe willingness of members to host socials in their homes. FOREST SERVICE RELEASES HIGH UINTAS EIS By George Nickas Utah Wilderness Association The Wasatch-Cache National Forest has released a draft environmental impact statement (EIS) that will determine future management for a large portion (32,000 acres) of the Uinta's North Slope. The East Fork Blacks Fork draft EIS covers all national forest lands in the East Fork and Middle Fork Blacks Fork from the forest boundary to the High Uintas Wilderness. Included are 15,000 acres of roadless lands adjacent to the Wilderness, lands that conservationists have long proposed as critical additions to the 460,000-acre High Uintas Wilderness. The Forest Service describes the area as "some of the most picturesque areas in a drainage noted for its scenic qualities." The EIS was spurred by oil and gas industry attempts to lease the East Fork and a general uncertainty on the part of the Forest Service of how to best manage the area. Though the agency claims to have not settled on a preferred action, most alternatives are heavily weighted toward development. Public comments are being accepted until October 9, The East Fork Blacks Fork is noted for its wild character. The last reported sighting of a native bighorn sheep, prior to recent reintroductions, was made in an area the Forest Service is now considering for oil and gas development. It's common to see moose browsing in the willow-filled basins. Pine marten, goshawks and the great grey owl reside in its extensive old-growth stands. Lynx and wolverine, if they still exist at all in Utah, would likely be in the East Fork. The flora and fauna of the North Slope are unique in Utah, resembling the Northern Rocky Mountains more than any other Intermountain range. And nowhere is the feeling of that wild country more profound than in the East Fork. The EIS proposes several alternatives ranging from "No Action" (leave it as is), to extensive timber harvesting, oil and gas development and domestic sheep use. Several alternatives would allow A TVs on the Bear River-Smith's Fork trail a route now used only by hikers and horseback riders. The trail traverses the roadless area, offering stunning views of Tokewanna Peak and numerous wet and dry meadows dotting lodgepole pine and spruce forests along the Middle Fork. Early each summer 18,000 sheep make their way up the Blacks Fork "sheep driveway" on their way to grazing allotments throughout the Uintas. These sheep roam up this scenic driveway and head into the high country of the Smith's Fork, Henry's Fork, Black's Fork and Lake Fork. All of these sheep, of course, return by the same routes before snow flies in the fall. Literally, over 200,000 hooves pulverize the Blacks Fork every year leaving 65% of the driveway's rangeland in unsatisfactory condition according to the EIS! That's not to mention the damage done by these sheep in the Uinta's alpine basins. ' 1 l 44

45 FOREST SERVICE RELEASES (continued) Yet, surprisingly, not a single alternative proposes reducing the number of sheep in the Uintas, because the Forest Service chose not to analyze the entire grazing allotments. To understand and appreciate the impacts of the sheep driveway, the high basin allotments where the sheep eventually graze must also be considered. This analysis, which would look at all of the issues and assumptions around grazing of sheep, is desperately needed. Extensive timber cutting is contemplated in the Middle Fork's old-growth lodgepole pine and spruce forests, some of which lie above 10,400 feet elevation. Rare old-growth obligate wildlife species like pine marten, goshawks, hairy woodpeckers, and great gray owls would be pushed ever closer to the brink of extirpation. This despite recognized regeneration problems at such high elevations, and despite Forest Plan direction that "[A]reas above 10,000 feet elevation would remain unroaded until the next plan revision". Several miles of new roads would be required to reach the timber. But we can make a difference. Just a few months ago many of you responded to a UW A article requesting the Forest Service eliminate grazing on three vacant sheep allotments on the eastern end of the Uintas. And it worked! Last month the Vernal District Ranger issued her decision closing the Chepeta and Whiterocks areas to sheep grazing and leaving the Lakeshore area ungrazed. Public input weighed heavily in that decision. And now we must show the same resolve and commitment to the North Slope. WHAT YOU CAN DO: 2. No timber harvesting should occur except to treat areas already harvested. Maintain all old-growth and old-growth related species. Do not fragment habitat with timber harvesting, road building or other vegetation "treatments". 3. Close the Bear River Smiths Fork Trail and all roadless lands to vehicle use. 4. Reduce the number of sheep using the "sheep driveway" to allow total recovery of vegetation and to reduce conflicts with recreation and wildlife in the high country. Analyze the allotments linked to the driveway, not just the driveway. **NEWS RELEASE ** URBAN FORESTRY BOARD NEEDS DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVES The Salt Lake City Urban Forestry Board, an advisory group to the Salt Lake City Urban Forester, Mayor and City Council on the matters pertaining to the city's Urban Forestry Program, currently has volunteer positions open for the three city Council Districts Council Districts 2, 4 and 5. Members representing each of the Council Districts must reside in that district. The Board meets in the evening on the first Tuesday of each month in the City Hall. A time commitment of five hours a month is asked to best serve on the Board. If you are interested in becoming a Board member and serving your community, please call for an application. The Forest Service is soliciting public comments on the East Fork Blacks Fork EIS until October 9, Please write a letter to Steve Ryberg, Evanston District Ranger, 1565 Highway 150 South, Suite A, Evanston, WY Consider making the following recommendations in your letter: 1. Do not issue any oil and gas leases in the analysis area, particularly in the roadless area south of the North Slope road. 45

46 WMC MAP/GUIDEBOOK RESOURCE LIBRARY by Michael Budig The Wasatch Mountain Club has always been a great resource of knowledge regarding the interesting places in the Intermountain Region. It seems like members are always voyaging into new and unfamiliar territory. However, for those adventursome souls who wish to explore new places, the art of obtaining adequate and useful maps and guidebooks can be difficult and expensive. To encourage exploration of new worlds, the WMC Board of Directors has approved the concept of establishing a map and guidebook resource library. I have agreed to spearhead this effort and we will proceed to accumulate and catalog maps and guidebooks relating to hiking, climbing, river-running, skiing, cycling, and anything else which may seem useful. The library will be stored at the Club office. I live nearby and have a key to the office which I will make available on request. We want to begin by asking Club members for donations of any maps and guidebooks with which they may be willing to part. In particular, we would appreciate donations of documents which are no longer in print. We will then set up a filing system. Club Historian Dale Green recently received a large number of out-of-print topographical maps. This will provide a good start. All donations will be greatly appreciated. In addition, offers of assistance from Club members are welcome. A couple of members have already offered to help. If you're interested in volunteering to help or in donating items, please call me at With your help, the Wasatch Mountain Club will become even greater and will off er one more valuable resource to its members. DECEMBER SKY CALENDAR Last Quarter New Moon First Quarter Full moon Saturday Dec7 Dec 14 Dec 21 Dec28 Jan 4 Jan 11 Jan 18 Jan 26 (Sunday) Feb 1 by Ben Everitt MOON Dec5 Dec 14 Dec 21 Dec27 MOONRISE Est. Local Time 9:00AM 12:30PM 5:30PM 12:30AM 8:00AM 11:00 AM 4:00PM 12:30AM 6:00AM Jan 4 (eel) Feb 3 Jan 12 Feb 11 Jan 19 Feb 18 Jan 26 Feb 25 NOTE: Moonrise times are for 40 degrees north latitude, 112 west longitude. Add about an hour for each day later than the given date, and another hour if you are in the mountains. SOURCE: The Astronomical Almanac for 1991 & 1992 PLANETS: MERCURY is back in the morning sky late in December. at the to of his run, on December 27, he will be about halfway between the horizon and VENUS. SATURN, low in the southwest at dusk, is fading behind the sun, and will be about gone by the end of December. AND The winter SOLSTICE is on December 22 at 09:00 Universal time, 2:00 AM Utah time. The MOON will be inpartial eclipse on the morning of December 21. For those who missed the Baja experience last July, there is an annular eclipse of the sun on January 4, the tail end of which will be visible at sunset from San Diego. 46

47 WESTWATER CANYON September 7 & 8, 1991 by Anne Childs After a rainy night's sleep at the put in, broken only by the sound of trains (really, at least 12), we awoke to a sunny Saturday morning. Someone expressed dismay at having left the suntan lotion behind. Someone else was worried that the life jacket would ruin her tan lines. This was not to be a problem, however. The first leg of the trip was peaceful and relaxi~g... then we entered the canyon. Before we knew lt, we had three people separated from their boats. The first was Carol, who was ejected from the raft. A wave bumped her from one side to the other. "I was heading right for Pat, but she ducked!" It was fortunate for Carol that she hung on to her paddle. In a desperate attempt to rescue it, the crew pulled her on board too. Next in the water was Lynn, a kayaker. John, another kayaker, managed to move Lynn his boat and his paddle to an eddy - actually eddy after eddy. This particular spot offered no place to stand and the eddys were proving hard to anchor in for both the raft and the oar rig. The passengers attempted to hang onto the smooth canyon walls leaving fingernails behind. At one such point a~ Donna, _the oar?g captain, was standing on a ledge attemptmg to tie up, the raft, trying for the same edd~, knocked the oar rig back into the current, forcmg Donna to do a swan dive back into the boat...and it was off to the next eddy. We finally found a nice big eddy where Lynn could safely get back into his boat. By the time we got to the takeout, a thunder storm was upon us. It was CLOSE! Lightning and thunder almost simultaneously. We raced to get the gear packed. The fellows taking apart the oar frame really hustled! Just as the last piece of gear was stowed, a torrential rain hit. Within minutes the place was flooded. It seemed like driving upstream. The rain tapered off by dinner time. We were able to cook and even had Steve's big tent set up for all to hide in should it pour again. U!1fortunately, when the rain came, so did the wmd.!~ere went ~teve's tent. Alas. In spite of it all, spmts were high and we were all having a good time. This says something about the hearty and good natured souls in the WMC. Even Donna ~anaged a smile (~ventually) after turning for a picture and spoomng spaghetti sauce onto her (sandal clad) foot. Due. to the rain and mud, the gear was not ready, makmg a Sunday launch impossible. A relaxing lunch at Ray's made a nice second choice. Even running out of gas on the way home wasn't a big deal. After all, "It was the gas pump's fault." The participants were: Janet Curry, Randy Klein, D~mna Kramer, Carol Synakiewicz, Jim Gully, Rich Stone, Steve Grizzell, Rick Kirkland Co~leen Kirkland, Pat Fields, Lynn Peterson, Joh~ Childs and Anne Childs. Right about then Donna noticed: "There goes Randy's boa!." We all looked up to see Randy meekly wavmg at us from the bank as his boat headed through the rapids upside down and alone.!ohn chased Randy's boat and Randy made a leap mto the oar rig when it was still 12 feet from shore. This was a little more excitement than most of us had_ bargained for. By now it had gotten cloudy aga~n.. It was cold and the wind had picked up. (This is Westwater, remember.) The rest of the trip was mild in comparison, though the scout at skull was a little hairy. 47

48 THE GRAND CANYON RIM TO RIM October 11, 1991 Text and Photo by Carol Nelson On October 11th of this year, I hiked the Grand Canyon - rim to rim - alone - in one day - in Tevas - and it was wonderful! Next year, if anyone would like to join me, I'd like to make it a club hike. This is a hike I'd wanted to do for years; I am so in love with the Grand Canyon. I'd experienced it in most of the other ways (the river run, the mules, hiked it down one day and up the next, etc.) but I wanted to do it clean across in one day. It's almost 25 miles total (approximately 15 down from the North Rim side to the river and 10 miles up the South Rim side - using the Bright Angel Trail.) There is a shorter trail up, but it's much steeper. The trail is good, but rutted from the mules and here and there, logs and rocks have been placed to prevent erosion, so foot high "steps" are formed regularly. The first five miles down are very steep to about Roaring 48 Springs, then it's a gentle up and down (mostly down) along side Bright Angel Creek. A stop at Phantom Ranch at the bottom (flush toilets, snacks, bandages, ICE WATER & ice for the water bottles for the hike up - even in October, it was 99 at the bottom). Then across the Colorado River, a mile or so along the river thru some sand and then UP! Indian Gardens Campground is about 1/2 way up and from there on it's steep and mostly switchbacks. I brought along a walking stick for the up side and I really, really used it. What a friend it became. The camaraderie along the trail is so nice. On the way up, you keep passing the same penple as they rest and then, you do. Many of them are foreigners but the sign language for "phew!" seems universal. I kept looking up but the edge of the rim never seemed to be getting any closer.

49 THE GRAND CANYON (continued) Finally, I reached the top and I can't tell you the excitement and elation and satisfaction I felt. I had done it! I had hiked one of the most spectacular canyons in the world!---- then, strawberry daiquiris at the El Tovar Hotel (it's tradition). There are about 12 to 12 1/2 hours of light at that time of year. So I began at 7:15AM Utah time and reached the top at 6PM - 10 and 3/4 hours later. Not bad for a semi-couch potato. It was wonderful! The trail is good enough to finish in the dark, with the help of a flash light, if you need to.... why the Tevas??? I have really weird feet and I can't hike long distances in enclosed shoes. So, I've glued foam inner soles on the Tevas and with the help of lots of moleskin, salve between the toes, baby powder, two thin pairs of socks and one thick pair, I was able to do it with minimal discomfort and blisters. Other hikers sure make comments along the way! It's usually cold on the North Rim in October, this early in the morning, sometimes below freezing. But a few layers are usually enough. And after just a little while, one by one, the layers are shed, as you descend. I drink "Goodinaid" by the quart, going down and up. It seems to help and I nibble all the way. The only real rests I took were about 1/2 hour each, at Phantom Ranch and Indian Gardens. It was enough that I felt refreshed and ready to go on. The autumn colors were incredible this year. From 1-15 to 89, I drove across the Cedar Breaks Parkway and it was magnificent.. The North Rim was also. The only thing that would cancel this trip would be deep snow on the North Rim but this doesri't usually begin until late October. 49

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