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Triton spotted in Utah

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Capt. Robert Kimball has done it again.

For 23 years, he has celebrated his birthday with a ski trip to Alta Ski Area in Utah. Base elevation at Alta is 8,530 feet with top elevation at 11,068 feet.

“And I brought plenty to read here at 11,000 feet,” he wrote in an email. “Why argue with success? The snow has been great this year, what more can I say.”


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