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tripperjm


Jul 11, 2013, 6:30 PM
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check grupe

Got it... hummm, What know cell#??????






And why ask why? sumtymes ewe just get lucky.


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Jul 11, 2013, 6:32 PM
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Jack -


Action on the Afternoon Crag!


http://www.supertopo.com/...id=133388&tn=340

Not even a vanitay search.

murf is retired, so it makes sense that he spends his thyme on supertopo.

maybe he iz just tired


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Jul 11, 2013, 6:36 PM
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granite_grrl wrote:
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Jack -


Action on the Afternoon Crag!


http://www.supertopo.com/...id=133388&tn=340

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Jack says it's good... but not much below 5.10...

heh

I assume that route that he's calling 10d/11a is the 10c? and there's an easier rowt visible in the pic (the only won I've been on at the afternoon carg).

Those clowns has know idea....

scroll down a few posts and he shows a pic in his new area. Laughable.... iz that really climbing or bushwhacking?


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Jul 11, 2013, 6:43 PM
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tripperjm wrote:
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rattlesnake that wrestled me into teh pond at teh hole.

huh.... It looked so much bigger when it was rapped around yore throat biting at yore fase.

it's amazing I'm alive.

Just dun't let it goes to yore hed....

cuz, yore know 'hard to kill'

whoo! that's me!Angelic


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Jul 11, 2013, 6:50 PM
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man, haven't been doing much climbing lately at all. The heatwave, the move into the bitchin' new pad and some other stuff like the sprained toe have conspired against me.

Went to the gym before work today, and felt good though! Endurance is but a memory but a couple more seshes I think I'll be ready. After reading about snupe zending all over my back yard I flew into a blind rage and realized that something had to be done!!!!1

Also, I might have 1-2 weeks, last of Oct, first of Nov to get out and do some climbing. I wonder if spearfish is too cold then?


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Jul 11, 2013, 6:58 PM
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tripperjm wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
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Jack -


Action on the Afternoon Crag!


http://www.supertopo.com/...id=133388&tn=340

In reply to:
Jack says it's good... but not much below 5.10...

heh

I assume that route that he's calling 10d/11a is the 10c? and there's an easier rowt visible in the pic (the only won I've been on at the afternoon carg).

Those clowns has know idea....

scroll down a few posts and he shows a pic in his new area. Laughable.... iz that really climbing or bushwhacking?

that's maynard asking about the fire, right?

and, yeah, saw that pic and was just cromfused ... there's a rowt through that tree?


snoopy138


Jul 11, 2013, 7:01 PM
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Also, I might have 1-2 weeks, last of Oct, first of Nov to get out and do some climbing. I wonder if spearfish is too cold then?

probibly will be gud conditions in teh hole.


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Jul 11, 2013, 7:07 PM
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man, haven't been doing much climbing lately at all. The heatwave, the move into the bitchin' new pad and some other stuff like the sprained toe have conspired against me.

Went to the gym before work today, and felt good though! Endurance is but a memory but a couple more seshes I think I'll be ready. After reading about snupe zending all over my back yard I flew into a blind rage and realized that something had to be done!!!!

well, don't worry, heading out backpacking for a weke with my dad, so I won't be zending in the next couple wekes. the brit is in town the last weke end of july, so I'm sure whatever climbing I do then will just be a mess. ewe have some time.


granite_grrl


Jul 11, 2013, 7:18 PM
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camhead wrote:

Been busy in Dubbya Vee, just been climbing, boating, swimming a whole bunch. No more spray than that needed, because it's all been awesome. Other than not knowing what the fuck to do with my lyfe, things are pretty rad.


sumtymes climbing... is awl about disapoynting yore loved wons.
Speaking of which....Nathan had plans to go out climbign after work today. Send buddy and email at 3pm to make sure everything was still cool and buddy says he can't make it. The inlaws were coming for dinner.

Nathan was so pissed he couldn't even respond.


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Jul 11, 2013, 7:21 PM
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man, haven't been doing much climbing lately at all. The heatwave, the move into the bitchin' new pad and some other stuff like the sprained toe have conspired against me.

Went to the gym before work today, and felt good though! Endurance is but a memory but a couple more seshes I think I'll be ready. After reading about snupe zending all over my back yard I flew into a blind rage and realized that something had to be done!!!!1

Also, I might have 1-2 weeks, last of Oct, first of Nov to get out and do some climbing. I wonder if spearfish is too cold then?

I think when we were out at Spearfish is was April and it was still a bit chilly.

Also, teh pegboard champ won't be taking a trip in the fall and I will be looking for somewhere to spend a week. Just saying.


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Jul 11, 2013, 9:11 PM
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man, haven't been doing much climbing lately at all. The heatwave, the move into the bitchin' new pad and some other stuff like the sprained toe have conspired against me.

Went to the gym before work today, and felt good though! Endurance is but a memory but a couple more seshes I think I'll be ready. After reading about snupe zending all over my back yard I flew into a blind rage and realized that something had to be done!!!!1

Also, I might have 1-2 weeks, last of Oct, first of Nov to get out and do some climbing. I wonder if spearfish is too cold then?

I think when we were out at Spearfish is was April and it was still a bit chilly.

Also, teh pegboard champ won't be taking a trip in the fall and I will be looking for somewhere to spend a week. Just saying.
Guest rooms are done here. Kegerator comes in next week.


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Jul 11, 2013, 9:29 PM
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Garden talk. Too hot to grow anything here. I think it would all spontaneously combust.

It may be too dry, but it's not too hot.

HERE?!!!! It was 118F officially last week. Definitely too hot. I can water to offset the too dry


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Jul 11, 2013, 9:37 PM
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LJ left a few dayz ago for a won month cross country road trip with a friend ov his.

I wasn't overly excited... they had a vauge plan, little money, a broken down bucket fer a ride and no back up plan.... but they had to go.

Didn't start owt so gud at first. They were going to leave on sat but on fri they had a bunch ov friends over to party before teh trip and won ov his friends stole his wallet with his ID, bank card, medical card and a bunch ov cash. Kids these dayz.

They had to wait until mid day on mon to leave so LJ cood replace his bank card and get a paper copy ov his ID. I had a extra medical card for him and rebuffed owt his wallet.

Shood be a fun trip, ifs they kin pull it oft with owt getting in trouble.

I'll be happy to knot to get a call to bail him owt or retrieve his body.

They made it to New Orleans today, gunna hang for a few dayz then head to Flordia then up to New York City, then back along teh upper border thru Detroit to Seattle, down past teh bay area, then home.

Oh.... and his girlfriend broke up with him last week.


I have friends in Florida and NY if he gets into trouble


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Jul 12, 2013, 5:20 AM
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climbs4fun wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
climbs4fun wrote:
Garden talk. Too hot to grow anything here. I think it would all spontaneously combust.

It may be too dry, but it's not too hot.

HERE?!!!! It was 118F officially last week. Definitely too hot. I can water to offset the too dry

Sounds perfect for some amazing hot peppers!


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Jul 12, 2013, 6:54 AM
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Garden talk. Too hot to grow anything here. I think it would all spontaneously combust.

It may be too dry, but it's not too hot.

HERE?!!!! It was 118F officially last week. Definitely too hot. I can water to offset the too dry

Sounds perfect for some amazing hot peppers!

High of 73 here in dubbya vee. It would be primo sending conditions. Unfortunately, the open wounds in my future former gimp foot are making it impossible to put on a climbing shoe. Half tempted to see if I could do Apollo Reed with one shoe.


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Jul 12, 2013, 8:48 AM
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man, haven't been doing much climbing lately at all. The heatwave, the move into the bitchin' new pad and some other stuff like the sprained toe have conspired against me.

Went to the gym before work today, and felt good though! Endurance is but a memory but a couple more seshes I think I'll be ready. After reading about snupe zending all over my back yard I flew into a blind rage and realized that something had to be done!!!!1

Also, I might have 1-2 weeks, last of Oct, first of Nov to get out and do some climbing. I wonder if spearfish is too cold then?

I'm guessing spearfish would be chilly, based on guidebook reading, but I don't actually know that. Still have not climbed there. :( We were going to stop there on our way, and then Banz needed to go to Denver, so we drove that way, instead. :(


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Jul 12, 2013, 9:54 AM
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man, haven't been doing much climbing lately at all. The heatwave, the move into the bitchin' new pad and some other stuff like the sprained toe have conspired against me.

Went to the gym before work today, and felt good though! Endurance is but a memory but a couple more seshes I think I'll be ready. After reading about snupe zending all over my back yard I flew into a blind rage and realized that something had to be done!!!!1

Also, I might have 1-2 weeks, last of Oct, first of Nov to get out and do some climbing. I wonder if spearfish is too cold then?

I think when we were out at Spearfish is was April and it was still a bit chilly.

Also, teh pegboard champ won't be taking a trip in the fall and I will be looking for somewhere to spend a week. Just saying.

I don't think I'll be at teh red this year. sadfase.


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Jul 12, 2013, 9:56 AM
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granite_grrl wrote:
climbs4fun wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
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Garden talk. Too hot to grow anything here. I think it would all spontaneously combust.

It may be too dry, but it's not too hot.

HERE?!!!! It was 118F officially last week. Definitely too hot. I can water to offset the too dry

Sounds perfect for some amazing hot peppers!

teh porblem comes in having to go outside to deal with the hot peppers.


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Jul 12, 2013, 10:07 AM
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camhead wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
climbs4fun wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
climbs4fun wrote:
Garden talk. Too hot to grow anything here. I think it would all spontaneously combust.

It may be too dry, but it's not too hot.

HERE?!!!! It was 118F officially last week. Definitely too hot. I can water to offset the too dry

Sounds perfect for some amazing hot peppers!

High of 73 here in dubbya vee. It would be primo sending conditions. Unfortunately, the open wounds in my future former gimp foot are making it impossible to put on a climbing shoe. Half tempted to see if I could do Apollo Reed with one shoe.


maybe attempt to refrain from doing anything else completely fucking retarded with that foot for a bit? like riverboarding? or getting it filthy hiking out to the crag before you're even allowed to take the bandage off?


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Jul 12, 2013, 11:42 AM
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http://www.dpmclimbing.com/...tch/trapped-fandango

have you guys seen this? Amazing ineptitude! Check out the chick belaying with the rope looped around a locker. Holy shit!!


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drivel wrote:
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granite_grrl wrote:
climbs4fun wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
climbs4fun wrote:
Garden talk. Too hot to grow anything here. I think it would all spontaneously combust.

It may be too dry, but it's not too hot.

HERE?!!!! It was 118F officially last week. Definitely too hot. I can water to offset the too dry

Sounds perfect for some amazing hot peppers!

High of 73 here in dubbya vee. It would be primo sending conditions. Unfortunately, the open wounds in my future former gimp foot are making it impossible to put on a climbing shoe. Half tempted to see if I could do Apollo Reed with one shoe.


maybe attempt to refrain from doing anything else completely fucking retarded with that foot for a bit? like riverboarding? or getting it filthy hiking out to the crag before you're even allowed to take the bandage off?

Yore rite. I actually did get some cool waterproof bandages to put over the steri-strips, which will help with the cleanliness a lot. Still not going to do any sandals or water stuff for a couple weeks. Had a gneiss road ride today.


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tripperjm wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
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Jack -


Action on the Afternoon Crag!


http://www.supertopo.com/...id=133388&tn=340

Not even a vanitay search.

murf is retired, so it makes sense that he spends his thyme on supertopo.

maybe he iz just tired

All the above.


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man, haven't been doing much climbing lately at all. The heatwave, the move into the bitchin' new pad and some other stuff like the sprained toe have conspired against me.

Went to the gym before work today, and felt good though! Endurance is but a memory but a couple more seshes I think I'll be ready. After reading about snupe zending all over my back yard I flew into a blind rage and realized that something had to be done!!!!1

Also, I might have 1-2 weeks, last of Oct, first of Nov to get out and do some climbing. I wonder if spearfish is too cold then?

I think when we were out at Spearfish is was April and it was still a bit chilly.

Also, teh pegboard champ won't be taking a trip in the fall and I will be looking for somewhere to spend a week. Just saying.

I don't think I'll be at teh red this year. sadfase.

How about Obed?


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snoopy138 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
climbs4fun wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
climbs4fun wrote:
Garden talk. Too hot to grow anything here. I think it would all spontaneously combust.

It may be too dry, but it's not too hot.

HERE?!!!! It was 118F officially last week. Definitely too hot. I can water to offset the too dry

Sounds perfect for some amazing hot peppers!

teh porblem comes in having to go outside to deal with the hot peppers.

Water them at night?


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http://www.dpmclimbing.com/...tch/trapped-fandango

have you guys seen this? Amazing ineptitude! Check out the chick belaying with the rope looped around a locker. Holy shit!!

wow.

Not that belaying with a munter is fun, but in a pinch.....

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