Tuesday, 12 September 2006
The Nevada Cops on Top expedition team has called in a update from the field. Click the play button or the MP3 link below to listen to the team's latest update.

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09/12/2006 09:01:24 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback
 Friday, 02 June 2006

The Summit for Heroes Wyoming expedition team sent in these pictures from their Gannett expedition:

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06/02/2006 00:42:22 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

Rick Sturgis flies the Summit for Heroes flag on Black Mountain in Kentucky:

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06/02/2006 00:37:11 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

The Iowa team sent in a couple pictures from their team event at Hawkeye Point for the Summit for Heroes:

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06/02/2006 00:28:31 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback
 Thursday, 01 June 2006
This is a Denali Team 2006 audio update from the field with the Alaska Cops on Top team. Various teams are partiicpating in expeditions to the high points of a number of states in memory and honor of those law enforcement personnel who lost their lives in the line of duty.

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06/01/2006 11:18:54 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback
 Wednesday, 24 May 2006

Trever Kissel reports their Washington High Point team made the summit of Mt. Rainier. Elevation 14,411ft.

The team summated at 9:30 AM.  They encountered poor visibility, new snow, and wind during the early part of the summit trip.  Once we were on the true summit the weather cleared and an amazing blue sky appeared.

Four of us attempted the climb.  Three summated.

Myself, Trever Kissel, fire fighter with Mercer Island summated with a special dedication to FF Mike Beery who passed away on Rainier in June 2005.

My brother, Justin Kissel, Wenatchee Police Officer summated with a special dedication to Deputy Sheriff Saul Gallegos who was killed in the line of duty June 2003.

Paul Melewski, Issaquah Police Officer, could not make the attempt from base camp due to a severe headache and the risk of High Altitude Cerebral Edema.  Paul was honoring Master Patrol Officer Steve Underwood, who’s line of duty death occurred March 2001.  To complete the dedication for Officer Underwood, Justin carried Paul’s photo of Officer Underwood to the summit.

A good friend of mine, Matt Treat was the third member of our rope team that made the summit.  Matt is a friend who has always supported our cause and this was my third Mt. Rainier summit with Matt.

We are thrilled to be a part of this great group of Police Officers and Fire Fighters and could not think of a better way to honor our Nation’s Fallen Heroes.

05/24/2006 23:50:38 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

Cpl. Robert Kolar writes in for Team Texas about their summit success:

"Our team from Texas (Mirales, Carter, Merritt and Kolar) hit the trail at 7:00am (MT) and made the summit of Guadalupe Peak at about 11:10am.  We stayed at the peak until about noon and returned back to the trailhead finishing our hike at 2:30pm.  The temperature on the 20th was a record high 96 degrees (only to be broken the next day with 98 degrees), but a nice breeze helped cool us off  little bit.  We met some great people along the way and spread the word about Summit for Heroes and the wonderful work done by Cops on Top and their supporters.  We each signed the register at the summit and included the names of the fifteen Texas officers killed in the line of duty in 2005.

"We wish to thank Keith McPheeters and Cops on Top for organizing this event, VF Corporation for their sponsorship, Katcher Vaughn & Bailey Public Relations for their PR work, and The Force for sponsoring Summit for Heroes.

"Locally we want to thank Good Sports Outdoor Outfitters for providing us with a North Face team day pack and the UTSAPD for allowing us the time to make the trip to Guadalupe Peak."

Texas Team - UTSAPD Officers Joe Mirales, Elizabeth Carter, Geoffrey Merritt (all first time Cops on Top/Guadalupe Peak hikers) and Cpl. Robert Kolar (5th Cops on Top/Guadalupe Peak hike)

Guadalupe Peak (second peak from the left just behind and to the right of the first peak - El Capitan)

05/24/2006 23:39:58 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

Saturday May 20,2006
 
Team Tennessee reached the summit of Clingmans Dome around 2:30 PM EDT.  Law Enforcement Officers from Tennessee and Indiana trekked through the clouds to make the climb on behalf of fallen Officers from all over the country.  It was an honor to hike in memory of all who made the ultimate sacrifice.  We would like to thank the VF Corporation for the awesome hats and the exquisite flag.  Also, thank you Cops on Top for the memorable opportunity to climb Clingmans Dome!
 
Scott Shoemaker
Frankfort Police Department
Frankfort, Indiana

05/24/2006 23:35:48 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

Deputy Sergeant Tony Verchio of the Pennington County Sheriff's Office writes in with an update from the South Dakota team:

"Dave asked me to send you some pictures and some info on our trip.  This year we had 4 officers, one non-sworn employee and 4 family members make the trek.  The climb is about 6 miles round-trip with an elevation gain of around 1,500 ft., and a round trip should take about 3-5 hrs.  We made the trip in just over 3 hours.  Harney Peak’s elevation is - 7,242 ft. / 2,207 m.   As well as being the South Dakota high point, Harney Peak is the tallest peak in North America east of the Rocky Mountains.  The trail to Harney Peak (Trail #9) begins in the northwestern extension of Custer State Park, at picturesque Sylvan Lake.  A population of mountain goats has been introduced to Harney Peak, and we saw one.  I have included a picture for you.  He is way off and is the white spot in the photo."

Team members, left to right:  Tony Verchio, Matt Sargent, Dave Bramblee at the summit:

the Mountain Goat:

The group at the start:

And the group on the summit:

05/24/2006 23:33:01 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

Sgt. Jim Burris of the Greenville County, SC Sheriff's Office writes in with an update and photos from his state's high-point success:

"Just wanted to let you know all went well on South Carolina's HP Sassafras Mtn. (3560') today. The team consisted of myself and my daughter (Brantli Burriss 15yoa). We arrived at the summit at 1008am and remained until 1042am.  We used these times since 10-08 is the ten-code we use for beginning service or starting your shift, and 10-42 is a common SC ten-code for ending your shift. I hope and pray that all the other team, on much harder summits, complete the task and return safely."

05/24/2006 23:27:18 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

Sgt R. Dodds of the Logan County, Ohio Sheriff's Office writes in. Their summit team photo was made at the highest point in the State of Ohio, taken Saturday 05-20-06 at approximately 1330 hrs. 

Kneeling L-R:  Dep. John Godwin, Dep.  Kris Koehler

Standing L-R: Dep. Tom Meek, Dep. Steve Sines, Sgt. Tony Robinson, Dep. Doug Mitchell, Dep. Joe Kopus, Dep. Matt Robinson, Sgt. Rob Bibart, Dep. Matt Stobbe, Dep. Todd Dixon, Dep. Greg Fitzpatrick, Sgt. R. Dodds.

05/24/2006 23:22:01 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

Pictures from the New Jersey high-point team, which were taken on May 20th:

05/24/2006 23:15:51 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

Dan Collis writes in about his Lions Head expedition for the Summit for Heroes event in New Hampshire:

I made the trip on Saturday and reached Lions Head below the summit before I was turned back by high winds, fresh snow and freezing rain. It was too dangerous to summit and I had a hard time making it back down due to the change in weather from snow to freezing rain. Anyway, on the way down, I decided that I would take a picture of the flag and make a quick memorial to our fallen brothers. This is what I have. I was afraid to take off my boots before I got below the snow line and the wind was crazy so I could not get the flag to stay in one place. I was also afraid of losing it!

Until next year, I wish you a safe journey.

Sincerely,

Dan Collis

05/24/2006 23:13:53 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

The Montana team sent along these pictures from their expedition...

First is a summit from Tempest Peak, 12,469', right next to Granite:

Next a sunset through the storm clouds:

Last a visual explanation of why we could not make the summit:

05/24/2006 23:10:20 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

Chief Deputy Leif D. Lunde climbed Eagle Mountain in Minnesota on May 19th, along with Deputy Joe Zallar.
Here are the pictures they took:

05/24/2006 22:52:09 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

Marty Mendell writes in about his Michigan team's Summit for Heroes high-point event:

"Here is a photo of the Michigan Summit Team. If was a beautiful Saturday in Michigan, with temperatures close to 70 degrees.  The team was comprised of Martin Mendell, Deputy Allegan County Sheriff's Office, his son Connor (9yrs) and daughter Eda (3yrs). Connor is "regular" rock climber and this was Eda's first climbing endeavor since she was adopted into our family this past year from Siberia."

05/24/2006 22:47:55 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

Report Submitted by Constable Gerry Crispo
Royal Canadian Mounted Police, New Brunswick, Canada

The climbing team for Mt. Katahdin in the State of Maine consisted of federal, state and municipal law enforcement personnel from both the U.S. and Canada as the State of Maine and the Province of New Brunswick share a common border.  The climb was to honour fallen police officers from both sides of the border.  In particular members of the team were climbing for lost comrades and friends including:

  • Special Officer Craig Miller, U.S. Secret Service, who was killed on September 11th, 2001 while on a protective assignment in New York City
  • Special Agent Phillip Lebid, U.S. Secret Service, who was killed in 2004 in an automobile accident while on duty in Tampa, Florida
  • Sgt. James Noyes, New Hampshire State Police, who was killed in 2004 during a SWAT call
  • Captain Brian S. Letendre, U.S.M.C., who was killed in action on May 6th, 2006 in Al Anbar Province in Iraq

Our hike started at Abol Trailhead at 7:20 AM in heavy rain.  As we ascended the mountain the temperature dropped and the winds increased making for classic hypothermic conditions, particularly above treeline.  Several members of the climbing party made the wise decision to descend as the conditions on the Table Land plateau consisted of high winds, low visibility, patches of snow, and driving rain which changed to ice pellets near the summit.

We were very fortunate in being able to place three climbers on the summit: Constable Gerry Crispo (Royal Canadian Mounted Police), Constable Brian Carmichael (Fredericton Police Force) and Officer Kent Porter (Portland Police Department).  After a few photographs at the summit we quickly descended and rejoined our group, all of whom had made it back safely to the base of the mountain. 

It was indeed an honour to participate in the Summit for Heroes.  This day provided us with an opportunity to reflect upon and to remember our fallen heroes who have lost their lives in the line of duty.  Our thoughts also go out to their families and loved ones.  Many thanks to the Cops on Top board as well as our corporate sponsors, VF Corporation and The Force.

The climbing team at the Abol Trailhead:

Conditions on the Table Land plateau:

Summit with Officer Kent Porter (L) and Constable Brian Carmichael (R):

Summit with Officer Kent Porter (L) and Constable Gerry Crispo (R):

Safely down:

05/24/2006 22:42:44 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

Summit for Heroes team members Officer Greg Charon, Officer Gene Gavazzi, Chief Don Poirot - Adams, Mass. Police Dept.

Mount Greylock, Mass. - 3491 ft. elevation

05/24/2006 22:35:54 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

The Kansas Summit for Heroes 2006 team is pictured on Saturday at Mt. Sunflower, Kansas

Pictured left to right:

  • Raymond "Fox" Still, Deputy of Wallace County
  • Under Sheriff Marshall Unruh Wallace County
  • Jason Moses Under Sheriff Thomas County
  • Mike Baun Sheriff of Thamos County
  • Jo Lynn Voth Office Manager for Wallace Co and son Jeremy
  • Larry Townsend Sheriff of Wallace County
  • Dale Anderson Deputy of Wallace County
  • and Billie Cox Deputy of Wallace County

05/24/2006 22:33:19 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

Deputy Ron Shutts of Jo Daviess County at the highest point in Illinois:

05/24/2006 22:27:54 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

From the Arizona expedition, taken on Humphrey's Peak, AZ, on 05-20-06 at approximately 1000 hours...

Members of the Buckeye Police Department:

... and the full crew, made up of the Buckeye and Gilbert police departments:

05/24/2006 22:25:54 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

Members of the Alabama Summit for Heroes 2006 team included:

  • Jimmy Dodson - Anniston Police Department
  • Jason "Hoss" Campbell - Calhoun Cleburne County Violent Crime and Drug Task Force
  • Kimberly Dodson - Jimmy's wife
  • Tyler Dodson - 6 years old
  • Dustin Dodson - 3 years old

05/24/2006 22:21:17 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback
 Tuesday, 23 May 2006
The State of Washington Cops on Top expedition team has called in a update from the field. Click the play button or the MP3 link below to listen to the team's latest update.

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05/23/2006 08:31:16 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback
 Monday, 22 May 2006
The Wyoming Cops on Top expedition team has called in a update from the field. Click the play button or the MP3 link below to listen to the team's latest update.

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05/22/2006 05:22:04 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

Officer Jeffrey Downey of the Frankfort, IN Police Department writes in to describe the North Carolina team's summit:

Team Mitchell reached the Summit of Mount Mitchell, NC at approximately 11:20 am EDT. On behalf of myself and the rest of the team, I would like to thank Cops On Top for the opportunity to remember our fallen brothers in a unique way. I would also like to thank the VF corporation for sponsoring this important event. The climb was wet, foggy, and difficult, but very enjoyable. (Even for my son, Jason, who somehow ended up hanging upside down in a tree.) We were very honored to be joined by Denise Jones and her family on our climb. In addition to all of the other officers who have fallen in the line of duty, Denise's husband, Trooper Calvin Taylor of the North Carolina Highway Patrol, is who we dedicated this climb for today. Trooper Taylor lost his life in a manner that is too often overlooked. Everyone knows about the officers who are slain by gunfire, but I think very few realize of the 1,635 deaths since 1996, 146 of those were struck by vehicles. After the climb, on our way home, we drove by the site where Trooper Taylor was killed on October 3, 2001. We stopped for a moment, and paid our respects. We stopped again only a few miles west of that spot where another State Trooper, Anthony Cogdill, was killed in the same manner on May 30, 2003. I think we sometimes forget how dangerous something as simple as a traffic stop can be. In memory, honor, and respect of all North Carolina Law Enforcement Officers, this is Team Mitchell signing off.

In the team photo from left: Jeff Downey, Jason Downey, Tonya Downey, Kim Downey, Ryan Downey, Darryl Lieberman, Denise Jones, Mallory Lieberman.

05/22/2006 00:27:13 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

Spencer Bernsten writes in to report on the Oregon team's trip to Mt. Hood:

We were able to summit Mt Hood on 5/20/06 at approximately 330 pm.  The conditions were not all that good.  Temp was about 20 degrees with 25 MPH winds.  Visibility was less than 100 feet the last 800 feet. We were able to place 11 people on the summit.

Law Enforcement people were:

Spencer Berntsen Bremerton PD
Agent Rachel Lepovetsky NCIS
Agent Frank Cull NCIS
Prosecutor Jim Mitchell Kitsap County
Daniel Breed  Issaquah PD

We also had several other friends join us.

05/22/2006 00:17:53 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

Jack Himmelsbach of the Vermont team writes in:

I thought I send you a quick note and some photos to let you know that we made it to the top of Mt. Mansfield in Vermont today. It was pretty cloudy and windy at the top but the rain held of until we were on our way down. The two holding the flag are Lt. James Colgan Vermont State Police on the left and myself Sgt. Jack Himmelsbach Vermont State Police. The photo of 3 shows my wife Liane and Jim's daughter, Heather who also made the climb.

At the top we read the names of the 18 Law Enforcement Officers who were killed in the line of duty in Vermont. We had a moment of silence and then took the photos.

Gordon Dixon and friend, Carl Wrighton also made the summit from a different route and arrived before us. They left us a note.

Hope all other hikes went as well.

05/22/2006 00:12:13 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

Sgt. Bob Bolger and Lt. Eric Rollinson display the Summit for Heroes banner at Rhode Island's high-point:

05/22/2006 00:04:43 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

Wally Krenzke, Sheriff of Price County, WI writes in with a picture and a short-but-to-the-point status for the Wisconsin team's trek:

"Mission accomplished."

 

 

 

05/22/2006 00:01:55 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback
 Sunday, 21 May 2006
The Utah Cops on Top expedition team has called in a update from the field. Click the play button or the MP3 link below to listen to the team's latest update.

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05/21/2006 18:39:21 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback
The Texas Cops on Top expedition team has called in a update from the field. Click the play button or the MP3 link below to listen to the team's latest update.

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05/21/2006 18:16:20 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback
The Connecticut Cops on Top Team expeditioned to Mount Frissell.
 
Pictured below, left - right are: Ofc. Paul Hilli, Ofc. Keith Schnieder, Trooper Ed Capowich, Ofc. Ed Pyznar and Sgt. Mark Shaw.
 
05/21/2006 16:43:52 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

Jerry Hogrefe writes in:

There were three of us that proudly made the climb to Wheeler Peak at 13, 161 feet:

  • Jerry Hogrefe - Town Marshal of Red River, NM
  • Joel Hogrefe (Jerry's son) - age 14
  • Marshall Garner - US Army

05/21/2006 16:33:56 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

The Maryland team writes in to say that 4 troopers from the Maryland State Police S.T.A.T.E. Team reached their state's summit at 12:21 PM.

Pictured are:

TFC Jason Crowe  (with son Austin)
SGT. Dan Weaver
CPL. Dan Whittington
SGT. Steve Tom  (kneeling with son Jalen)

05/21/2006 16:26:59 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

Perry Speelman of the Colorado team writes: "We were successful in getting 28 members on the summit of Mt. Elbert before being forced down by a fast moving storm. This was a remarkable sight. We had unbelievable weather up to when the storm hit. I think everyone really enjoyed themselves and we have several new long term members."

05/21/2006 15:51:38 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

Chris Singleton has checked in with a report from the California team's journey on Mt. Whitney:

Here is the latest from the 2006 Cops on Top California team's progress. Yesterday at 0300 Kaley Erickson and I started our one day assent of Mt. Whitney from Whitney Portal. We made really good early progress up to Trail Camp at over 12,000' After that fresh snow from the previous day's thunderstorms slowed our progress to a snails pace. We pushed on to approximately 14,000', well past trail crest and with the summit in sight. However snow drifts on the trail again slowed us down more than we anticipated. It was at this point we made the difficult decision to turn around. Our thoughts at the time were about having enough energy and time to safely descend back to our camp without injury. At the time this decision was hard, but we now realize was the right one to make as the entire Sierra was consumed by storms yesterday afternoon. In all climbing it is the journey and not the summit. Yesterday our journey was dedicated to the men and women of law enforcement who have paid the ultimate price for the good or all mankind. We will not forget them.

Until the next time,

Chris Singleton - Cops on Top 2006

05/21/2006 15:33:15 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback
Erik Wallitner of the Nevada team writes about their summit experience:
 
"The hike took us a little longer than we expected. The weather was beautiful. Everyone made the summit and made it down safely. It was an honor to hike in the memory of these fallen officers: Sgt. Henry Prendes and Off. Russell Peterson of the LVMPD. They will not be forgotten."
 
Those on the Nevada team included:
 
Justin Terry, LVMPD
Erik Wallitner, WCSO
Jon Harton, LVMPD
Jim Roberts, LVMPD
Andy Locher, LVMPD
 
KVBC News 3's Tom Hawley also accompanied the team.
05/21/2006 14:11:40 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback
The Nebraska Cops on Top expedition team has called in a update from the field. Click the play button or the MP3 link below to listen to the team's latest update.

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05/21/2006 12:11:33 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

Ken Hubert of NYPD reached the summit of Mount Marcy, New York (5344’) and sends in this report:

"I started out in the pouring rain. Even though I was wearing raingear I was still getting wet underneath since gore-tex isn't "breathable" while the outside is covered with water. Also the water crossings were pretty bad, I got across but my socks got wet in the process. As I got near the summit I was hit with high winds (the kind that makes your foot land anywhere except where you had aimed it) and was getting hit with stinging rain. I went to the USGS "benchmark" at the summit, and then got out of there. There was no way that I could have flown a flag, it probably would have wound up in Vermont. I descended to the first protected spot that I could find and laid the banner on the snow along with the New York State flag. About 1/2 way down the rain turned to a drizzle (so for four miles out of the sixteen I could take my rain hat off and not have rain running down my back). On my way back to N.Y.C. I stopped at a barbecue place in Saratoga and treated myself to some well deserved chicken and ribs."

05/21/2006 11:53:50 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback

Michel Caron has posted another update from McKinley in Alaska - they hope to make the summit on Sunday.

Image: The ridge between the headwall and the camp 4 at 17000 feetsIn position for a summit attempt
    
May 20, 8h30pm

Moved to camp 4 (17000 feets)

We start early this morning to climb the headwall with a light snow. On the ground we receive approximately 3 inches of new snow during the night. As the sky was not too covered we decided to go. I had to make the track for all the 6 hours it takes us. The ridge was a little bit of excitement. At camp 4 we found only 1 tent at 4hpm when we arrive and now probably 12 tents are installed.

Everybody feels perfect, probably because we spend so long time at 14000 feets. Now the sky is still partly covered by clouds but the sun try to pierce. We all eat a lot in prevision of a summit attempt tomorrow. Our camp is very good as we came here before all the others teams, we had choose a spot with good snow walls.

After waiting two days for the weather to cooperate, we were all very happy to move up today and have a chance to summit this enormous mountain.

We were really disapointed not to summit on May 20th but when the weather is bad here nobody goes to the summit. It was on May 17 that the summit had been reach for the last time. The weather forecasts are now positive so if the next day with summiters is tommorrow, we have great hope to be in the group!

We wish that all the others team of the Summit for Heroes had reach their highpoint in honor of police officers who died in the line of duty.

Take care

 - Michel Caron for the Cops on Top Denali 2006 memorial expedition
05/21/2006 09:01:27 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback
 Saturday, 20 May 2006
The Idaho Cops on Top expedition team has called in a update from the field. Click the play button or the MP3 link below to listen to the team's latest update.

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05/20/2006 19:46:04 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback
The Colorado Cops on Top expedition team has called in a update from the field. Click the play button or the MP3 link below to listen to the team's latest update.
05/20/2006 19:05:43 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback
The Nevada Cops on Top expedition team has called in a update from the field. Click the play button or the MP3 link below to listen to the team's latest update.

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05/20/2006 18:01:00 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback
The Texas Cops on Top expedition team has called in a update from the field. Click the play button or the MP3 link below to listen to the team's latest update.

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05/20/2006 15:27:35 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback
The Alabama Cops on Top expedition team has called in a update from the field. Click the play button or the MO3 link below to listen to the team's latest update.

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05/20/2006 14:53:49 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback
14-year-old Joel from the New Mexico Cops on Top expedition team has called in a update from the field. He climed Wheeler Peak with the team today. Click the play button or the MP3 link below to listen to the team's latest update.

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05/20/2006 14:39:30 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback
The New Mexico Cops on Top expedition team has called in a update from the field. Click the play button or the MP3 link below to listen to the team's latest update.

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05/20/2006 14:38:23 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback
The Maine Cops on Top expedition team has called in a update from the field. Click the play button or the MP3 link below to listen to the team's latest update.

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05/20/2006 14:25:27 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback
The Alabama Cops on Top expedition team has called in a update from the field. Click the play button or the MO3 link below to listen to the team's latest update.

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05/20/2006 13:39:32 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback
The Maryland Cops on Top expedition team has called in a update from the field. Click the play button or the MP3 link below to listen to the team's latest update.

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05/20/2006 13:33:18 (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-07:00)  #    Trackback