‘Snow & Avalanche Forecasting Education-Prescott College’–Jerry Roberts–The Avalanche Review, December 2002

The idea was birthed over a bottle of good pisco on a stormy January night in the early 80’s in Chattanooga, Colorado, just below Red Mountain Pass.  Tim Lane was persuading David Lovejoy, jefe of Outdoor Education at Prescott College that he needed to give his winter mountaineering students, who were camped just outside the cabin door, something more substantial than a pinche three day search and rescue course.

The pisco was about finished when Lovejoy agreed that the college might be interested in a more structured avalanche program and if we were interested in developing one, a formal proposal should be sent.  Surprisingly the proposal got written on the old typer and was shipped off into the Arizona desert.  Over 25 years later the program is still alive….  ….

READ The Story ……   P. 14

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