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Stonemaster Slide Show & Tarbuster Benefit @ Todd Gordon’s 4/25/09

Submitted By: John McNamee on Feb 18, 2009


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Dean “Bullwinkle” Fidelman presents a sneak peek at the upcoming book:
“The Stonemasters”

Proceeds to benefit Roy McClenahan’s out of pocket medical bills.

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  • Meet & Greet infamous Stonemasters in a casual setting!
  • “The Stonemasters” book promo poster signing!!
  • Climbing Memorobilia/Gear Auction!!!
  • $20 minimum donation at the door (all proceeds go to Roy)
  • 8PM -11PM
  • Must Arrange your own off-site camping/lodging
  • Hosted by Todd Gordon @ Casa Gordon
  • Address: 9561 Star Lane, Joshua Tree CA
  • (760) 366-9395

Directions:
From Joshua Tree & Highway 62,
Head South on Park Ave towards the Joshua Tree National Park west entrance
Right on Rincon (after a couple miles)
Left on Star (within half mile)
Last house on Star Lane


If you cannot attend the event,Yet feel you wish to donate funds to help Roy with his medical bills, Simply send a check written to him at:

Roy McClenahan
P0 463
Nederland CO, 80466


Comments on Stonemaster Slide Show & Tarbuster Benefit @ Todd Gordon’s 4/25/09 Add Comment
By John McNamee
Administrator
From: Littleton, CO
Feb 18, 2009

See Supertopo to join the discussion and see how you can help Roy out.

By Legs Magillicutty
From: Littleton
Feb 19, 2009

Bump for Roy!!!

By Steve Williams
From: Denver, CO
Feb 19, 2009

Bump it one more time for Tarbuster!!!

And then DONATE!!!!

By Adam Stackhouse
Administrator
Feb 21, 2009

Posted on the JTree page as well.

By Stich
From: Colorado Springs, Colorado
Feb 22, 2009

Roy is the real deal. He's the guy wearing that cowboy hat everywhere. Used to guide in California, did Astroman several times. I could go on but then inaccuracies would come into play and Roy hates that. Ha. He's a modest guy.

We've been hanging for some time since meeting on the Taco. If you want to imagine his condition, he describes it pretty well on the thread. The essential thing is that he gets tendinitis at the drop of a hat and doesn't recover from it for at least a week. He can't use a keyboard or mouse even, not with his toes either as he used to. It's all voice activated software now. He even has to plan out when he's going to do the dishes to help out around the house. It's that f'ed up. But he can still ski without poles to waste his arms, so he kicked my ass yet again last weekend out at St. Vrain Creek.

Anyway, just letting you know what's up here in what small way I can.