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Since this is a special trip (i.e. - not weekend warrior stuff), I'm starting a new thread for this trip report.

Getting there is half the adventure (part one) is the first of three posts in the "getting there" mini-series. There will probably be four or five "days in Moab" posts after this is over.


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Maybe we'll run into each other, I'm gonna be there starting the 16th; at Bridger Jacks.


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I've actually been and gone. This is the recap of my 10 days out there. Too bad I didn't know in advance, though.

There's a slight possibility that Sungam is still there. He was at the Williams campground on Potash Rd when I left.


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
I've actually been and gone. This is the recap of my 10 days out there. Too bad I didn't know in advance, though.

There's a slight possibility that Sungam is still there. He was at the Williams campground on Potash Rd when I left.

I missed you last week then. I don't read any of the blogs though and I pretty much climbed away from the groups so I had no idea.

I might leave for Moab this afternoon, if I do, I'll stop by the Williams campground on my way out.


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angry wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
I've actually been and gone. This is the recap of my 10 days out there. Too bad I didn't know in advance, though.

There's a slight possibility that Sungam is still there. He was at the Williams campground on Potash Rd when I left.

I missed you last week then. I don't read any of the blogs though and I pretty much climbed away from the groups so I had no idea.

I might leave for Moab this afternoon, if I do, I'll stop by the Williams campground on my way out.

I think he's looking to head back to CO, so that may work out (for him anyway Tongue)


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I'm now at the lazy lizard hostel. the desert fucking rocks!


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Getting there is half the adventure (part two) is now up. Sometimes planning doesn't go as planned.


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Nice TR. Keep em coming.


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Thanks man, will do. I imagine these will all get done over the next few weeks.


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As always... a great read GMB! Hope the ankle is well on the mend. I've torn ligaments in both my ankle/feet (at different times from completely un-climbing-related reasons) and know how horrible it is not being able to jam them when you want to.


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kachoong wrote:
As always... a great read GMB! Hope the ankle is well on the mend. I've torn ligaments in both my ankle/feet (at different times from completely un-climbing-related reasons) and know how horrible it is not being able to jam them when you want to.

Thanks!

And yeah, torqueing my ankle was the hardest thing to do for a while. I climbed for the first time (i.e. - not aid) this weekend and the ankle was 99% OK, but I've lost a lot of strength. I went down in Feb fighting 11s and stood back up this weekend struggling up 5.8+.


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sungam wrote:
I'm now at the lazy lizard hostel. the desert fucking rocks!

The lizard may be hostel, but it sure is lazy.


Hey, how about some more pictures from your so called aventure. And some more updates.
Greg already has two trip reports, although they were related to the planning adventure.


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donald949 wrote:
sungam wrote:
I'm now at the lazy lizard hostel. the desert fucking rocks!

The lizard may be hostel, but it sure is lazy.


Hey, how about some more pictures from your so called aventure. And some more updates.
Greg already has two trip reports, although they were related to the planning adventure.

He still has to send me his pics / videos. To be fair, I have to send him mine.

My next update won't be a for a couple of days. Jello sent me some stuff today work in, and I've got to do that before posting. I'm predicting Thursday or Friday as the next day for my stuff.


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
donald949 wrote:
sungam wrote:
I'm now at the lazy lizard hostel. the desert fucking rocks!

The lizard may be hostel, but it sure is lazy.


Hey, how about some more pictures from your so called aventure. And some more updates.
Greg already has two trip reports, although they were related to the planning adventure.

He still has to send me his pics / videos. To be fair, I have to send him mine.

My next update won't be a for a couple of days. Jello sent me some stuff today work in, and I've got to do that before posting. I'm predicting Thursday or Friday as the next day for my stuff.

Well I must say Sunny boy seams to be getting out climbing, but very little blogging w/ photos to prove it.

Either way, looking forward to your next update and photos of moab-RR-joes.
Tongue

Speaking of which, I need to get off the dime and get a digital camera. The wife wanted one for our anniversary. I had one picked out. All set to order it. Then she got all picky. Will it do this that the other. Yes. Yes. Yes. Plus xyz. Well she didn't know, its not what she was thinking, Bla bla bla. And the idea got shoved to the back burner. So I'm just going to get me one, and she can use it if she likes it too. Sly

Good job on the write ups. Keep em coming.


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It took a little longer than expected, but part three of the Moab Diary is up.

Getting there is half the battle (part three)


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Funny read!

"[bouldering in Moab] is like going to a gourmet restaurant and ordering the house salad with no dressing." Laugh Heh!!


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Yeah, Jeremiah has a great way of putting things sometimes.

I've just finished the first draft of the next post (hope to have it up for tomorrow), and he's got another good one-liner regarding the wire size of micronuts.

I've got to edit it, though, and that will have to happen tonight when I can put more focus on it (i.e. - not at work Tongue)


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Just read the 3rd part. Very good. You have set a high standard for yourself to follow.
Looking forward to it.


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Alright! We're finally on to the climbing.

Learning to Aid and Jello's big day is up to read.

One part of the post I forgot to mention is how I met Sungam. I was aiding Skeletonic when I saw this guy walking around in his boxers. He was sopping wet because he thought it would be easier to swim with the Colorado River-current than to walk back to his campsite. Crazy

Seriously, he was just walking up to people while in his boxers and starting up conversations. He never even noticed the wild looks and stares. Laugh

And I've never met a guy who waves at everyone more than him. He was a treat to meet.


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Great stuff, fellas... keep it coming!


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
One part of the post I forgot to mention is how I met Sungam. I was aiding Skeletonic when I saw this guy walking around in his boxers. He was sopping wet because he thought it would be easier to swim with the Colorado River-current than to walk back to his campsite. Crazy

Seriously, he was just walking up to people while in his boxers and starting up conversations. He never even noticed the wild looks and stares. Laugh

And I've never met a guy who waves at everyone more than him. He was a treat to meet.

I can see why....



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Is that a cow patty in his hand?




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Duntz fergetz t3h line abowt t3h sody-pawp!!!!!1111wonwon1


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sungam wrote:
Duntz fergetz t3h line abowt t3h sody-pawp!!!!!1111wonwon1

oh yeah! thanks for the reminder. that was good.


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Our Grade III Climb (day one) is up.

Yes, that says "Grade III (day one)."


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
Our Grade III Climb (day one) is up.

Yes, that says "Grade III (day one)."
LaughLaughLaughLaughLaughLaughLaughLaugh
OMG! seige tak-tiks on t3h grade 3!!!

We made gud thyme, tho - it's a day per grade, no?


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sungam wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
Our Grade III Climb (day one) is up.

Yes, that says "Grade III (day one)."
LaughLaughLaughLaughLaughLaughLaughLaugh
OMG! seige tak-tiks on t3h grade 3!!!

We made gud thyme, tho - it's a day per grade, no?

Heh!! Especially if you spend the whole am at the campsite! Alpine start, fellas!! Wink


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Day Two of our three day assault on a grade III is up

This was not the funnest day, despite it being Jello's birthday


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Excellent writing, very entertaining. Keep em coming.


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Day Three is up now

As always, nothing is without incident and life often inserts itself when one doesn't pay attention to the big picture.


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Hey, great stuff, fellas! Sounds like an awesome trip. Kudos to "Jello" for dragging you boys up there! Wink

Makes me want to go check out Utah even more now!


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There's a lot of climbing out there; endless, it seems.

There's probably one more post, and then maybe a follow-up from a return trip that "Jello" did recently on top of that (after I left).

I'm working on the last couple of days right now, but I have to wait for him to send me his stuff. He did all the climbing on the last day, but Sungam and I did a lot of pushing, and of course my flight out bookends my flight in nicely. Pirate

Thanks for reading folks! This series really attracted a lot of you.


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Yeah, it really does look like a great place to head to.... not sure where on the list it is for us, but Fisher towers could be to come!

You guys did do some good climbing too.... I was just ribbing you after reading that comment from Jello about "guiding" you guys up the last bit. Heh!!

You may have not known it was me but I commented on one of the earlier blogs in this series.


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kachoong wrote:
Makes me want to go check out Utah even more now!
And there are far better tower routes available!


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marc801 wrote:
kachoong wrote:
Makes me want to go check out Utah even more now!
And there are far better tower routes available!

yes, yes there is!


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Jello sure makes me look like a wierdo douchebag.
Or am I a wierdo douchebag?


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You are a weirdo douchebag. Not really I was just getting frustrated from having failed so horribly and was unnecessarily pinning my frustrations on other people because of the little things they were doing that I wouldn't have noticed if we would have gotten up and down without incident. Just goes to show you, everyone can be friendly when the climbing is fun and "safe" but when things get hard and aren't going well then you see what people are really like. Both of you guys did well putting up with me. I can be a bit of an asshole. Thanks.


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jmeizis wrote:
You are a weirdo douchebag. Not really I was just getting frustrated from having failed so horribly and was unnecessarily pinning my frustrations on other people because of the little things they were doing that I wouldn't have noticed if we would have gotten up and down without incident. Just goes to show you, everyone can be friendly when the climbing is fun and "safe" but when things get hard and aren't going well then you see what people are really like. Both of you guys did well putting up with me. I can be a bit of an asshole. Thanks.

Buwahahahahahahahahahaaaaa!!!!





















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The final "push" is now up for reading. This chronicles our final day in Moab and the interesting bookend to my vacation (hint: think about the first few posts of the series).

There will probably be an epilogue from Jello. He returned the following weekend without me and had an interesting time with his friend "Utah," whom he and I had climbed with briefly in the 'Daks a few summers earlier.

But for now, enjoy...


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
The final "push" is now up for reading. This chronicles our final day in Moab and the interesting bookend to my vacation (hint: think about the first few posts of the series).

There will probably be an epilogue from Jello. He returned the following weekend without me and had an interesting time with his friend "Utah," whom he and I had climbed with briefly in the 'Daks a few summers earlier.

But for now, enjoy...

You wish!!


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spikeddem wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
The final "push" is now up for reading. This chronicles our final day in Moab and the interesting bookend to my vacation (hint: think about the first few posts of the series).

There will probably be an epilogue from Jello. He returned the following weekend without me and had an interesting time with his friend "Utah," whom he and I had climbed with briefly in the 'Daks a few summers earlier.

But for now, enjoy...

You wish!!

heh.


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Great trip report, was a blast reading about it and all the misadventures you guys got into.


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Thanks man. There's going to be a few more posts, too. They'll kind be like an epilogue. Jello went back after I left and it seems he picked up where he and I left off.


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Very well done. Another fine read.
Couple thoughts on push starting w/ a dead battery.
I've done it in reverse gear too. So if you're forward in an uphill parking spot that will work.
I've always had the key turned to "on" before starting to push, so that all I need to do is pop the clutch when up to speed.


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I've always had the key turned to "on" before starting to push, so that all I need to do is pop the clutch when up to speed.

That's what i've always done as well.


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donald949 wrote:
Very well done. Another fine read.
Couple thoughts on push starting w/ a dead battery.
I've done it in reverse gear too. So if you're forward in an uphill parking spot that will work.
I've always had the key turned to "on" before starting to push, so that all I need to do is pop the clutch when up to speed.

You reading that Jeremiah?


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That fucker never ended up pushing MadMadMad


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That fucker never ended up pushing MadMadMad

LaughLaugh

Well, considering its his car and he basically pulled us up River Tower, I think he gets a pass. He 3/4 pushed on our drive back. I was driving and I helped him to start the car. I then jumped in the car and popped the clutch.


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
That fucker never ended up pushing MadMadMad

LaughLaugh

Well, considering its his car and he basically pulled us up River Tower, I think he gets a pass. He 3/4 pushed on our drive back. I was driving and I helped him to start the car. I then jumped in the car and popped the clutch.
Whoah there, buddy - who the feck pulled me up fuckin' what?
Let's get one thing straight - I was there for the banter, no pulling was required.


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sungam wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
That fucker never ended up pushing MadMadMad

LaughLaugh

Well, considering its his car and he basically pulled us up River Tower, I think he gets a pass. He 3/4 pushed on our drive back. I was driving and I helped him to start the car. I then jumped in the car and popped the clutch.
Whoah there, buddy - who the feck pulled me up fuckin' what?
Let's get one thing straight - I was there for the banter, no pulling was required.

Alright, this is true, but he did do most of the work.


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
That fucker never ended up pushing MadMadMad

LaughLaugh

Well, considering its his car and he basically pulled us up River Tower, I think he gets a pass. He 3/4 pushed on our drive back. I was driving and I helped him to start the car. I then jumped in the car and popped the clutch.
Whoah there, buddy - who the feck pulled me up fuckin' what?
Let's get one thing straight - I was there for the banter, no pulling was required.

Alright, this is true, but he did do most of the work.
Out of desire, not neccasity, though. No doubt it was an awesome effort by him.


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So the final series begins. This is the first part of Jeremiah's triumphant return to tackle the classic Castleton Tower.

Going back is yet another battle

The first few lines:

"- "Utah": Hey dude bra, I'm in Vegas and heading to the Creek soon. Give me a call and we'll meet up to do something gnar in the desert.

After listening to the message I knew I'd go back. How could I resist? The last time was a blast, the weather was prime and I hadn't climbed with "Utah" since we worked together just south of Poke 'O Moonshine in the 'Daks. There was just one small problem, I still couldn't get my car to start."



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donald949 wrote:
I've always had the key turned to "on" before starting to push, so that all I need to do is pop the clutch when up to speed.
From eHow, How to push start a car:
http://www.ehow.com/..._push-start-car.html


Step 1
Make sure that the problem is either the battery or the starter: If the engine cranks ("rrr-rrr-rrr") when you turn the key, then the problem isn't the starter or the battery.

Step 2
Plan to have at least one person sitting in the driver's seat and one person pushing. Mid-size and large cars require two or three people to push, depending on the strength of the people and whether or not the car is parked on an incline.

Step 3
Turn off all accessories (radio, wipers, lamps).

Step 4
Turn the key to the "on" position.

Step 5
Depress the clutch pedal with your foot.

Step 6
Put the transmission in first or second gear.

Step 7
Release the hand brake and the foot brake.

Step 8
Note that the people pushing need to get the car rolling as fast as they can. This works best down a hill or an incline.

Step 9
Release the clutch pedal while giving the engine a little gas with the gas pedal once the car is moving about as fast as you can run. The engine should start.



And some tips from wikiHow:

Tips

* The reason that it is usually best to push start it in second gear is because it will be a far smoother start with less of a jolt, so there is less wear on the clutch and transmission. However, if you only have a short distance to push start the car in, or you don't have much speed, first gear may be better.

* If this doesn't work the first time, give it another shot and let it get going a little faster before you pop the clutch.

* Release the clutch very quickly; if you ease it out, your engine will not start.


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heh ^^


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marc801 wrote:
donald949 wrote:
I've always had the key turned to "on" before starting to push, so that all I need to do is pop the clutch when up to speed.
From eHow, How to push start a car:
http://www.ehow.com/..._push-start-car.html


Step 1
Make sure that the problem is either the battery or the starter: If the engine cranks ("rrr-rrr-rrr") when you turn the key, then the problem isn't the starter or the battery.

Step 2
Plan to have at least one person sitting in the driver's seat and one person pushing. Mid-size and large cars require two or three people to push, depending on the strength of the people and whether or not the car is parked on an incline.

Step 3
Turn off all accessories (radio, wipers, lamps).

Step 4
Turn the key to the "on" position.

Step 5
Depress the clutch pedal with your foot.

Step 6
Put the transmission in first or second gear.

Step 7
Release the hand brake and the foot brake.

Step 8
Note that the people pushing need to get the car rolling as fast as they can. This works best down a hill or an incline.

Step 9
Release the clutch pedal while giving the engine a little gas with the gas pedal once the car is moving about as fast as you can run. The engine should start.



And some tips from wikiHow:

Tips

* The reason that it is usually best to push start it in second gear is because it will be a far smoother start with less of a jolt, so there is less wear on the clutch and transmission. However, if you only have a short distance to push start the car in, or you don't have much speed, first gear may be better.

* If this doesn't work the first time, give it another shot and let it get going a little faster before you pop the clutch.

* Release the clutch very quickly; if you ease it out, your engine will not start.

Alright there you go, a blow by blow account of ehow to. Anyrate, it also works in reverse. But it doesn't work on my 7000 pound Suburban.


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donald949 wrote:

But it doesn't work on my 7000 pound Suburban.

pfftt... I could push it


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
donald949 wrote:

But it doesn't work on my 7000 pound Suburban.

pfftt... I could push it
BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.


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sungam wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
donald949 wrote:

But it doesn't work on my 7000 pound Suburban.

pfftt... I could push it
BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

Mad


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
donald949 wrote:

But it doesn't work on my 7000 pound Suburban.

pfftt... I could push it
BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

Mad

I'm sure you could,
well maybe.
Either way, its an auto, so no popping da clutch.Mad


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
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That fucker never ended up pushing MadMadMad

LaughLaugh

Well, considering its his car and he basically pulled us up River Tower, I think he gets a pass. He 3/4 pushed on our drive back. I was driving and I helped him to start the car. I then jumped in the car and popped the clutch.

That works if you're by yourself. Although being on a slight down hill helps so you don't slow down to much as you jump in the car...


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donald949 wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
That fucker never ended up pushing MadMadMad

LaughLaugh

Well, considering its his car and he basically pulled us up River Tower, I think he gets a pass. He 3/4 pushed on our drive back. I was driving and I helped him to start the car. I then jumped in the car and popped the clutch.

That works if you're by yourself. Although being on a slight down hill helps so you don't slow down to much as you jump in the car...

just make sure you don't trip, face plant into the open door, belly flop onto the ground and watch the car roll faster and faster away from you.


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
donald949 wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
That fucker never ended up pushing MadMadMad

LaughLaugh

Well, considering its his car and he basically pulled us up River Tower, I think he gets a pass. He 3/4 pushed on our drive back. I was driving and I helped him to start the car. I then jumped in the car and popped the clutch.

That works if you're by yourself. Although being on a slight down hill helps so you don't slow down to much as you jump in the car...

just make sure you don't trip, face plant into the open door, belly flop onto the ground and watch the car roll faster and faster away from you.
Yea, that would be bad. Don't do that...Crazy


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About the whiteness on the rope business . . . any of you climbing with some loose chalk?


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About the whiteness on the rope business . . . any of you climbing with some loose chalk?

No, not that I know of. I'm pretty sure Jello uses a chalk ball. Just not sure why it would be that way in that one, specific spot. I really think it was the rock doing it.


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My chalkbag was closed that day. Not much use with the rock being dusty, muddy, crap.


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
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About the whiteness on the rope business . . . any of you climbing with some loose chalk?

No, not that I know of. I'm pretty sure Jello uses a chalk ball. Just not sure why it would be that way in that one, specific spot. I really think it was the rock doing it.
I haven't been there, but in general the rock in that part of the country is red orange in color due to its high iron oxide (rust) content. So the rock under the surface layer of rust, can be another color. Apparently it was white at that spot. That would have freaked me out too. So maybe it was chalk...Crazy


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Great read guys! Enjoyed every episode!


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kachoong wrote:
Great read guys! Enjoyed every episode!

Jello has another post up. I haven't edited yet, though. Give me a few hours before reading the Castleton post.


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Step 6
Put the transmission in first or second gear.

Wrong!
Guess they've never done it much.

The engine will turn more times and easier at slower speeds if you push, than pop the clutch in third or fourth gear.
In 1st or 2nd you'll get maybe one, two turns on the engine usually followed by a screech from the tires not turning any more from the resistance created from lower gears. Don't use first and depending on the gearing don't use second either.

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Shit, we were using first. it was hard work.


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Shit, we were using first. it was hard work.

You mean like the time it took him 200 feet to punch it out of the library parking lot...and then we stopped 200 feet later for free food?


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Jello's double Castleton day is up - a far cry downwind from our River Tower experience.


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
Shit, we were using first. it was hard work.

You mean like the time it took him 200 feet to punch it out of the library parking lot...and then we stopped 200 feet later for free food?
Free food is worth anything. It's food, and it's free.


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sungam wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
Shit, we were using first. it was hard work.

You mean like the time it took him 200 feet to punch it out of the library parking lot...and then we stopped 200 feet later for free food?
Free food is worth anything. It's food, and it's free.

And it was good, too. I needed to refuel after all that pushing. It was a good call.


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
Shit, we were using first. it was hard work.

You mean like the time it took him 200 feet to punch it out of the library parking lot...and then we stopped 200 feet later for free food?
Free food is worth anything. It's food, and it's free.

And it was good, too. I needed to refuel after all that pushing. It was a good call.
Was it pizza that day>?
At the free food center in SLC they gave me one of the best doughnuts I have EVAR had.


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sungam wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
Shit, we were using first. it was hard work.

You mean like the time it took him 200 feet to punch it out of the library parking lot...and then we stopped 200 feet later for free food?
Free food is worth anything. It's food, and it's free.

And it was good, too. I needed to refuel after all that pushing. It was a good call.
Was it pizza that day>?
At the free food center in SLC they gave me one of the best doughnuts I have EVAR had.

soup(s) and salad(s). It was enough to fill me up.


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
sungam wrote:
Shit, we were using first. it was hard work.

You mean like the time it took him 200 feet to punch it out of the library parking lot...and then we stopped 200 feet later for free food?
Free food is worth anything. It's food, and it's free.

And it was good, too. I needed to refuel after all that pushing. It was a good call.
Was it pizza that day>?
At the free food center in SLC they gave me one of the best doughnuts I have EVAR had.

soup(s) and salad(s). It was enough to fill me up.
Heheh, yeah. Sometimes they have this really tasty pizza with goats cheese and stuff.


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OK, so it took a while, but here it is: The Final Day.

While there may be other Moab posts in the future, this is the final post of the epilogue. Jeremiah and "Utah" went back up to take on Fine Jade on the last day of the weekend.


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