Two of the best routes from the early years. The Harding route was interesting because we were a few pitches above them when Galen Rowell and friends were doing their historic FFA. After the Keeler Needle, Rains left for the Valley. I would catch up with him later, but before that I wanted to do Clyde with Mary. It was a wonderful trip into the unknown. If you have a copy of Roper's SC guide, you'll know what I mean. It was the first week of September. We had the South Fork all to ourselves. What's really sad about these two routes is that I lost most of the slides many years ago - long before I even had a scanner to preserve them.