File:4hiking.ogg

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4hiking.ogg(Ogg Vorbis sound file, length 4 min 53 s, 144 kbps)

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Fourth segment of an interview with Roan McClure, member of a pioneer Fremont ranching family who grew up at the summit of Mission Peak. In this segment Mr. McClure shares his thoughts about hiking on Mission Peak. Running time: 4:53.

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Interview with Roan McClure

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Source Recorded by User:Chaiken and DJ Justin Outlier
Author Alison Chaiken and Roan McClure
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originally in AIF format

Created by Alison Chaiken using audacity.

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current05:05, 27 November 2006
4 min 53 s (5.02 MB)Chaiken (talk | contribs)Fourth segment of an interview with Roan McClure, member of a pioneer Fremont ranching family who grew up at the summit of Mission Peak. In this segment Mr. McClure shares his thoughts about hiking on Mission
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