Actually, it is a two-storey old house made of lumber at the upper part, painted white at the exteriors, with GI sheet roofings and of semi-concrete on the lower part. The upper part of the house could be accessed via a wooden stairway on the front and another narrow wooden stairway at the back. It is on the upper floor where CeMS held its official organizational gatherings then, simply because two of its members, namely: Anne Gonzales (now Mrs. Vidal) and Claribel Delgra (Mrs. Abrahan) used to live there.
It is a place where we hobnob with each other, exchanging ideas or gears, a watering hole of sort and a place where we learn of available gears that were for sale. I bought my backpack, a 1989 circa Habagat Venado II, there and am still using it until now and I learned that it is now a collectible item. Good heavens!
In time, I got engrossed so much with my work that my visits to Kabahar street where now few and far between, until I vanished from the mountaineering scene for a time and finding the opportunity to go there was always a hanging question. That became permanent when the two lady occupants went serious with their love relations and tied the knot with Ramon Vidal and Cliff Abrahan, respectively, both dedicated and responsible mountaineers (and husbands) from CAMP1 and USC-M2 and they decided to transfer residence in another place.
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