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Book Review: The Steady Climb - A Family Journey from Mountains to Markets by Jay Hack

In the year 2000, I met a jovial mountain guide at the Institute. Jay Hack was an extremely cheerful individual, a great climber and an absolutely stellar guide. Jay and I became fast friends and long term climbing partners.I was living in Las Vegas at the time, and Jay would regularly come and stay with me. We would climb together whenever possible. And Jay would pick-up guide work whenever he could.
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