Issue #100 of “Apex to Zenith” First Quarter 2013

Apex to Zenith Issue #100 First Quarter 2013
The 100th newsletter came out! Here’s some highlights

Cover – Photos from highpoints
2 – Apex to Zenith through the years from Issue 1
3 – Jakk Longacre’s history of the club
4 – Don Berens on the first convention in 1987
5 – Key dates in highpointing
6-7 – Discussion of where Delaware highpoint really is (the club’s position is the sign is o.k. – there’s some debate on its relationship to a nearby trailer park which is on private property
8 – Landside that temporarily closed Newfound Gap Road by Clingmans Dome
9-15 – 50 completers John R. Maughhan, Matthew and Eric Gilbertson 50; 48 completers Lynn Prebble, John Hogg, Kirk Mallory
16 – Andy Martin on state’s most prominent peak other than highpoint
17 – Rick Moore on attempting to bicycle from sea level to Mauna Kea summit; Stony Burk on highpoint related state vanity plates
18 – Operation Vermont Gold by Bill Guenther
19 – Le Cache
20 – Dave Covill tribute to editor John Mitchler
21 – Tim Webb president message; deadline of May 15 for 2014 calendar
22 – Membership update
23 – Candidates running for board of directors (5 positions and 5 candidates): Ray Nelson, Roger Rowlett, John Keator, Gary Szelc, Kamell Abdenour
24 – Midwest choices for 2015 convention by Dave Covill
25 – David W. Power on highpoint comic books
26-31 – Highpointers Maine 2013 Convention information
32 – Rick Harman’s S.afety O.n S.ummits #27 Decision Points
33 – LIDAR
34 – Roy Wallen County Highpointer
35 – Kilimanjaro’s new highpoint sign
36 – Klimbin Kollaborator including proposal to climb North Korea’s Mount Paektu.
37 – Highpointers Foundation News
38 – Bill Wentzel and Jack Baker on Tripoints
39 – National Park highpoints
40-41 – Merc
42 – Milestones
43 – Tom Owen on Introduction to Highpointing in Mississippi
44-45 – Sjaak VanSchie on hiking the highpoint of the Netherlands
46 – Highpointers Foundation Donors Hall of Fame
47 – History of Mount Sunflower
48 – Mid-United States highpoints by Roger Pierson
49-51 – Color highpoint photos
Back page – Photo of Jakk Longacre

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