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Road work is completed to the point that traffic can again get back to Muir.
Please drive slowly and carefully. The shoulders are very soft at this stage.We are still grading and clearing trees and brush alongside the road.
Thanks for your patience and understanding during this closure.
Rick worked hard to bring this in ahead of schedule.
Rick's mama told him to go to college so he wouldn't be digging ditches in his old age. I think she also warned him not to get involved with women like me.
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good onya! I'm sure everyone appreciates the hard work
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Yo Ray jack dynomite! Listen to my beat box! Bew ch ch pff BEW ch ch pfff! Sweet!
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Liz, the best thing he ever did was get involved with a woman like you!!
Thanks to the both of you... amazing dedication.
"Sticking feathers up your butt does not make you a chicken."
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wow..and again I say thank you for the immensity of your contributions to our community. thank you rick and liz.
Positive vibes brah...positive vibes.
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I dont think it is not known but....Rick..... you are the Man!
"The Mountains are my church and climbing is how I worship" - Tommy Caldwell
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Thank you Rick and Liz, you both have made Muir a great place for all of us.
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"Unthinkably good things can happen, even late in the game." ~ Under the Tuscan Sun
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Thanks, your contributions to the climbing community are truly unbelievable. I hope more people learn to understand what a unique place Muir Valley is.
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I've enjoyed climbing at muir a lot, it's such a priveledge, thanks for all your hard work and generosity!
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Thanks you guys!!! Can't wait to see the new road!!
Does he have a strange bear claw like appendage protruding from his neck? He kep petting it.
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Good thing Rick didn't listen to Mama. You guys rock
scars are tattoos with better stories
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Once again Rick and Liz have astounded us all with their patience and generosity Thank you both so much. The climbing community is truly blessed to have two such incredible people among its ranks.
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We're not worthy.
What I love about running is you can meditate while running. It's a peaceful place.
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