He really did do more than eat potato chips and surf the web.
We are saying goodbye to Jack today. He's been around here the last few months...taking a mountaineering course, digging holes, hauling dirt and other duties as assigned...climbing Denali and now he's off for greener (warmer?) pastures in the Lower 48.
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