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PostPosted: Tue Jul 18, 2006 11:40 am 
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Does anybody have information concerning Freeze Frame by Sean Wisedale? Where to get hold of it, what it is about etc.


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If I'm not mistaken , as I've seen it at the Marshall's its to do about the routes he did for the 7 summits . Great photography ! , and some boring info on Everest etc . Should be able to get it through an Exclusive Book Store or check up on some of the old SA Mountain magazine issues . Can just vaguely remember a write up of the book .


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http://www.seanwisedale.com/bookframe.htm

(Asked Google)


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 18, 2006 3:42 pm 
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Sean Wisedale was the 79th person(& South African) to climb the highest peak on all 7 continents. Think snow, Northface gear, walking sticks X 7. What a pity it's not guide to 7 diffrent bouldering spots in SA. Or the 7 greatest trad climbs in SA. Or the first 79 sport lines in SA.

Not a bad book if you like mountaineering photos.


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