Peter is departing La Brea Tar Pits of the desert Southwest and moving to the Portland, Oregon area to be near daughter Alex and begin a new chapter in his life. What a fine tribal gathering we had today! We’re gonna miss you Peter.
Friedman, Karen, Carman, Liske, Hawse, Kim, Louise ~ back … Peter, rŌbert, Seldom Seen (Hogan) & Django
Thanks Jerry. I remember every minute of my visit a year ago. Thanks for making it happen.
Wonderful sendoff/gathering. Thank you, Røbert for the sights and captions. And Lisa, I assume, who must have been behind the camera. The great PNW welcomes Peter. Perhaps we can more frequently traverse the rainbow bridge connecting Portland to Bend.
Sorry to miss his departure!Peter Rev: “ I’ve got this speed, and one slower”Is it true that Portland is where the young go to retire?
Great gathering and Robert Report coverage!
Aaaahhhh…… Peter Lev is certainly his own chapter in the life book of snow and avalanches. Thanks for being there with him.
Peter and I met at Bridger Bowl where I was an upstart college kid taking John Montagne’s snow class and was a part time ski patroller . Our relationship might be described as Peter tolerating me………….. flash forward and Peter is a FS snow ranger in Alta and I am a new hire ski patroller who has experience from Bridger Bowl , John Montagne , Peter Lev, Jim Kanzler, Duaine Bowles, Terry Onslow and Don Mitchell the FS gunner who trained me . Peter went on to do a lot of things ………. However what is important to me is his work to define tidal effect as a contributory factor to be considered in the complex word of predicting avalanches .
Here’s to Peter’s well being .