Best of the Blogs: Paul Casserly: Rock radio's battle for drivetime

The Toaca peak (from below)
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Image by Michael Foord
Toaca (meaning drum) is the peak 200 metres above the flat peak of Ceahlau. It has a weather station on the top, reached by a very dodgy path. We didn’t climb up (we did on our visit in 2005). We could tell how windy it was by the furious flapping of the t-shirt by one of the people at the top.

Best of the Blogs: Paul Casserly: Rock radio's battle for drivetime
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The next year, 12 people came out to become members of what was now an official Polar Bear Club, among them then-WFRV-TV Channel 5 sports anchor Larry McCarren for his “Challenge the Rock” segment. Then, for the seventh plunge, Jarosh switched the date …
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