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Old 12-18-2018, 10:13 AM   #7
Join Date: Nov 2011
Posts: 99
I'm gonna venture a guess that someone got lost on Round Mountain in 1921 (maybe even a Club employee) when sections of the trail were hard to follow after the fires and subsequent logging operations but that Harold then mixed the details of the 2 incidents (1938 rescue and 1921 incident) when he wrote his book in the early 1970s. I wonder how much detail was written in his 1921 journal entry...Like Tony says, how likely is it that a Westport chauffeur was driving through and heard the cries for help in both cases (as well as other similarities...)?
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