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camhead


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hopwfully this ptftw is avalanche free.


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stable conditions...


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no guides leading me into the francilanche.


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camhead wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
camhead wrote:
cracklover wrote:
Serious Cat iz taking over ur threads and talking about climbing.

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I, for one, and in full support of climbing tawk, especially since I cannot climb right now.

I've only climbed at Shelf Road once; was not super impressed, although I had a tendon injury at the time, and that was the first time that I had a rattlesnake fall on my head. Still, I would climb there in a second if it meant shirtless spurt in January; that's pretty rad.

Have ewe climbed at Penitente yet? From the pics on MP, and what I've heard from Manderson, it looks awesome.

you should stop.

This is a preemptive strike against the risk of future dance tawk. In this case, I am quite willing to negotiate with the lesser of our enemies.

This is how empires fall. This is the beginning of an end.

But if we are talking climbzing, j-teh-boi wants to climb in Black Canyon. He wants it enough to own a guidebook to the place, but he hasn't climbed there yet. But he is trying to tempt me with it. The alternative destination is Seneca, where he has climbed a bunch.


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Well done, sir. My Franchise folds.

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I saw your deleted post one page back, too. It was cute. Like a very first swingout.

It used to work that way! Shitz pantz in rage.

GMad


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cracklover wrote:
drivel wrote:
cracklover wrote:
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Well done, sir. My Franchise folds.

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I saw your deleted post one page back, too. It was cute. Like a very first swingout.

It used to work that way! Shitz pantz in rage.

GMad

this isn't nomnomnom, there are rules. (for when it works and when it doesn't works, precious.)


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So it looks like pipes are frozen. Went out and bought a space heater to see if they'll come back to life but I'm not holding my breath.
Dang. It was 70* here today.

Get ready for the front of freezing air that is 36 to 48 hours behind that hot air bubble.


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camhead wrote:
cracklover wrote:
Serious Cat iz taking over ur threads and talking about climbing.

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I, for one, and in full support of climbing tawk, especially since I cannot climb right now.

I've only climbed at Shelf Road once; was not super impressed, although I had a tendon injury at the time, and that was the first time that I had a rattlesnake fall on my head. Still, I would climb there in a second if it meant shirtless spurt in January; that's pretty rad.

To be brutally honest, the warm winter climbing is the best thing about Shelf Rd. There are many very good climbs there, but overall, the place is a nice warm sunny overrun chosspile.

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Have ewe climbed at Penitente yet? From the pics on MP, and what I've heard from Manderson, it looks awesome.

Nope. And at 4+ hours from here, it probably won't happen any time soon. Not when I can get to Escalante in not much longer than that. Unless it's crazy good?

GO


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heh. I was listening to the Dirtbag diaries yesterday. The new podcast was about the disneyland matterhorn climbers. They brought back the program and were auditioning climbers.

The gal was talking about how all these LA badasses showed up and were spraying up down left and right. She went on to say how one of the dudes was even on the cover of the new Joshua Tree guidebook.

LOL. Had to be the coverboy!


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Jan 24, 2013, 11:53 AM
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heh. I was listening to the Dirtbag diaries yesterday. The new podcast was about the disneyland matterhorn climbers. They brought back the program and were auditioning climbers.

The gal was talking about how all these LA badasses showed up and were spraying up down left and right. She went on to say how one of the dudes was even on the cover of the new Joshua Tree guidebook.

LOL. Had to be the coverboy!


Dirtbag diaries = enormocast?


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heh. I was listening to the Dirtbag diaries yesterday. The new podcast was about the disneyland matterhorn climbers. They brought back the program and were auditioning climbers.

The gal was talking about how all these LA badasses showed up and were spraying up down left and right. She went on to say how one of the dudes was even on the cover of the new Joshua Tree guidebook.

LOL. Had to be the coverboy!


Dirtbag diaries = enormocast?

No, a different podcast. More general outdoors stories, although there is a fair bit of rock climbing stuff. Lots of surfing, kayaking, backpacking and travelling stuff too.

I don't like it quite as much as the Enormocast but some of the stories are pretty good.


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lena_chita wrote:
camhead wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
camhead wrote:
cracklover wrote:
Serious Cat iz taking over ur threads and talking about climbing.

GO

I, for one, and in full support of climbing tawk, especially since I cannot climb right now.

I've only climbed at Shelf Road once; was not super impressed, although I had a tendon injury at the time, and that was the first time that I had a rattlesnake fall on my head. Still, I would climb there in a second if it meant shirtless spurt in January; that's pretty rad.

Have ewe climbed at Penitente yet? From the pics on MP, and what I've heard from Manderson, it looks awesome.

you should stop.

This is a preemptive strike against the risk of future dance tawk. In this case, I am quite willing to negotiate with the lesser of our enemies.

This is how empires fall. This is the beginning of an end.

Nah, very much not interested (not to mention not able) to overthrow your empire. As I said, this is the only place with anything interesting on this site at the moment.

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But if we are talking climbzing, j-teh-boi wants to climb in Black Canyon. He wants it enough to own a guidebook to the place, but he hasn't climbed there yet. But he is trying to tempt me with it. The alternative destination is Seneca, where he has climbed a bunch.

IIRC, you said something about wanting to do some "real" multipitch. I haven't climbed at the Black yet myself, but based on its reputation, it would be a pretty rude introduction to multipitch. Big, intimidating, chossy, runnout, and committing. But... maybe that's what you're looking for?

And I've heard good things about Seneca!

[/unsolicited beta]

GO


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Actually, back to the avalanche... I wonder if they'll get charged for the rescue. NH is one of those states that will charge for a rescue if they feel that negligence/stupidity lead to needing a rescue. A few states have that law, but NH is pretty much the only one that actually follows through and sends a bill. Sounds like they've earned the bill here by ignoring all of the signs.


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heh. I was listening to the Dirtbag diaries yesterday. The new podcast was about the disneyland matterhorn climbers. They brought back the program and were auditioning climbers.

The gal was talking about how all these LA badasses showed up and were spraying up down left and right. She went on to say how one of the dudes was even on the cover of the new Joshua Tree guidebook.

LOL. Had to be the coverboy!

there are about 8 "new Joshua Tree guidebooks". The Vogel West is barely even new anymore.


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cracklover wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
camhead wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
camhead wrote:
cracklover wrote:
Serious Cat iz taking over ur threads and talking about climbing.

GO

I, for one, and in full support of climbing tawk, especially since I cannot climb right now.

I've only climbed at Shelf Road once; was not super impressed, although I had a tendon injury at the time, and that was the first time that I had a rattlesnake fall on my head. Still, I would climb there in a second if it meant shirtless spurt in January; that's pretty rad.

Have ewe climbed at Penitente yet? From the pics on MP, and what I've heard from Manderson, it looks awesome.

you should stop.

This is a preemptive strike against the risk of future dance tawk. In this case, I am quite willing to negotiate with the lesser of our enemies.

This is how empires fall. This is the beginning of an end.

Nah, very much not interested (not to mention not able) to overthrow your empire. As I said, this is the only place with anything interesting on this site at the moment.

Not MY empire. But still TROO. I am chanelling Cassandra at the moment.

cracklover wrote:
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But if we are talking climbzing, j-teh-boi wants to climb in Black Canyon. He wants it enough to own a guidebook to the place, but he hasn't climbed there yet. But he is trying to tempt me with it. The alternative destination is Seneca, where he has climbed a bunch.

IIRC, you said something about wanting to do some "real" multipitch. I haven't climbed at the Black yet myself, but based on its reputation, it would be a pretty rude introduction to multipitch. Big, intimidating, chossy, runnout, and committing. But... maybe that's what you're looking for?

And I've heard good things about Seneca!

[/unsolicited beta]

GO

Yeah, everything I've heard of Black Canyon indicates the same, and I am not CHAMPING at the bit (paging drivel, do you remember the chomping/champing argument? That was in the days before you gave up climbing... oh, good old days...).

Anyway, J-teh-boi makes it sound like it is his cup of tea, and maybe I'll trust him on that, but I will reserve judgement until I actually climb with him a bit more. I am not about to go on my first adventure in Black Canyon with a guy who is a maybe-Columbus-Tony.

Seneca certainly seems more doable and a lot less of a commitment from Helhio in terms of trip planning/time/expenses.


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lena_chita wrote:
cracklover wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
camhead wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
camhead wrote:
cracklover wrote:
Serious Cat iz taking over ur threads and talking about climbing.

GO

I, for one, and in full support of climbing tawk, especially since I cannot climb right now.

I've only climbed at Shelf Road once; was not super impressed, although I had a tendon injury at the time, and that was the first time that I had a rattlesnake fall on my head. Still, I would climb there in a second if it meant shirtless spurt in January; that's pretty rad.

Have ewe climbed at Penitente yet? From the pics on MP, and what I've heard from Manderson, it looks awesome.

you should stop.

This is a preemptive strike against the risk of future dance tawk. In this case, I am quite willing to negotiate with the lesser of our enemies.

This is how empires fall. This is the beginning of an end.

Nah, very much not interested (not to mention not able) to overthrow your empire. As I said, this is the only place with anything interesting on this site at the moment.

Not MY empire. But still TROO. I am chanelling Cassandra at the moment.

cracklover wrote:
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But if we are talking climbzing, j-teh-boi wants to climb in Black Canyon. He wants it enough to own a guidebook to the place, but he hasn't climbed there yet. But he is trying to tempt me with it. The alternative destination is Seneca, where he has climbed a bunch.

IIRC, you said something about wanting to do some "real" multipitch. I haven't climbed at the Black yet myself, but based on its reputation, it would be a pretty rude introduction to multipitch. Big, intimidating, chossy, runnout, and committing. But... maybe that's what you're looking for?

And I've heard good things about Seneca!

[/unsolicited beta]

GO

Yeah, everything I've heard of Black Canyon indicates the same, and I am not CHAMPING at the bit (paging drivel, do you remember the chomping/champing argument? That was in the days before you gave up climbing... oh, good old days...).

Anyway, J-teh-boi makes it sound like it is his cup of tea, and maybe I'll trust him on that, but I will reserve judgement until I actually climb with him a bit more. I am not about to go on my first adventure in Black Canyon with a guy who is a maybe-Columbus-Tony.

Seneca certainly seems more doable and a lot less of a commitment from Helhio in terms of trip planning/time/expenses.


Yeah, I have not climbed in the Black, either, but I'm not sure how psyched you'd be on it, Lena. Still,

Oh, and rather than waste yore time at Seneca, ewe gheys should just head down to Looking Glass or some other NC dummydome for your multipitch fix. Way more civilized.

And I need to meet this alleged maybe-Tony, hehe.


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lena_chita wrote:
cracklover wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
camhead wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
camhead wrote:
cracklover wrote:
Serious Cat iz taking over ur threads and talking about climbing.

GO

I, for one, and in full support of climbing tawk, especially since I cannot climb right now.

I've only climbed at Shelf Road once; was not super impressed, although I had a tendon injury at the time, and that was the first time that I had a rattlesnake fall on my head. Still, I would climb there in a second if it meant shirtless spurt in January; that's pretty rad.

Have ewe climbed at Penitente yet? From the pics on MP, and what I've heard from Manderson, it looks awesome.

you should stop.

This is a preemptive strike against the risk of future dance tawk. In this case, I am quite willing to negotiate with the lesser of our enemies.

This is how empires fall. This is the beginning of an end.

Nah, very much not interested (not to mention not able) to overthrow your empire. As I said, this is the only place with anything interesting on this site at the moment.

Not MY empire. But still TROO. I am chanelling Cassandra at the moment.

cracklover wrote:
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But if we are talking climbzing, j-teh-boi wants to climb in Black Canyon. He wants it enough to own a guidebook to the place, but he hasn't climbed there yet. But he is trying to tempt me with it. The alternative destination is Seneca, where he has climbed a bunch.

IIRC, you said something about wanting to do some "real" multipitch. I haven't climbed at the Black yet myself, but based on its reputation, it would be a pretty rude introduction to multipitch. Big, intimidating, chossy, runnout, and committing. But... maybe that's what you're looking for?

And I've heard good things about Seneca!

[/unsolicited beta]

GO

Yeah, everything I've heard of Black Canyon indicates the same, and I am not CHAMPING at the bit (paging drivel, do you remember the chomping/champing argument? That was in the days before you gave up climbing... oh, good old days...).

Anyway, J-teh-boi makes it sound like it is his cup of tea, and maybe I'll trust him on that, but I will reserve judgement until I actually climb with him a bit more. I am not about to go on my first adventure in Black Canyon with a guy who is a maybe-Columbus-Tony.

Seneca certainly seems more doable and a lot less of a commitment from Helhio in terms of trip planning/time/expenses.


i remember winning it. and that it's pronounced shomping.


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And the new bouldering bay is opening up this week:


Right now it only has couple boulder league problems for this week, but it will be filling up soon. yay!

I am not that psyched on the slab on the left side, but the right side is 35 degrees, and has a section of 45 degrees.

The bay under construction next to it (came size cube) will have a roof and a 60 degree wall.

This thing is TALL! I tested out the problems that were set for this week, and I kinda didn't want to let go at the top... but I had to.


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drivel wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
cracklover wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
camhead wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
camhead wrote:
cracklover wrote:
Serious Cat iz taking over ur threads and talking about climbing.

GO

I, for one, and in full support of climbing tawk, especially since I cannot climb right now.

I've only climbed at Shelf Road once; was not super impressed, although I had a tendon injury at the time, and that was the first time that I had a rattlesnake fall on my head. Still, I would climb there in a second if it meant shirtless spurt in January; that's pretty rad.

Have ewe climbed at Penitente yet? From the pics on MP, and what I've heard from Manderson, it looks awesome.

you should stop.

This is a preemptive strike against the risk of future dance tawk. In this case, I am quite willing to negotiate with the lesser of our enemies.

This is how empires fall. This is the beginning of an end.

Nah, very much not interested (not to mention not able) to overthrow your empire. As I said, this is the only place with anything interesting on this site at the moment.

Not MY empire. But still TROO. I am chanelling Cassandra at the moment.

cracklover wrote:
In reply to:
But if we are talking climbzing, j-teh-boi wants to climb in Black Canyon. He wants it enough to own a guidebook to the place, but he hasn't climbed there yet. But he is trying to tempt me with it. The alternative destination is Seneca, where he has climbed a bunch.

IIRC, you said something about wanting to do some "real" multipitch. I haven't climbed at the Black yet myself, but based on its reputation, it would be a pretty rude introduction to multipitch. Big, intimidating, chossy, runnout, and committing. But... maybe that's what you're looking for?

And I've heard good things about Seneca!

[/unsolicited beta]

GO

Yeah, everything I've heard of Black Canyon indicates the same, and I am not CHAMPING at the bit (paging drivel, do you remember the chomping/champing argument? That was in the days before you gave up climbing... oh, good old days...).

Anyway, J-teh-boi makes it sound like it is his cup of tea, and maybe I'll trust him on that, but I will reserve judgement until I actually climb with him a bit more. I am not about to go on my first adventure in Black Canyon with a guy who is a maybe-Columbus-Tony.

Seneca certainly seems more doable and a lot less of a commitment from Helhio in terms of trip planning/time/expenses.


i remember winning it. and that it's pronounced shomping.

Yes, you would.


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lena_chita wrote:
And the new bouldering bay is opening up this week:


Right now it only has couple boulder league problems for this week, but it will be filling up soon. yay!

I am not that psyched on the slab on the left side, but the right side is 35 degrees, and has a section of 45 degrees.

The bay under construction next to it (came size cube) will have a roof and a 60 degree wall.

This thing is TALL! I tested out the problems that were set for this week, and I kinda didn't want to let go at the top... but I had to.

Whoa, that's kind of sweet!


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heh. I was listening to the Dirtbag diaries yesterday. The new podcast was about the disneyland matterhorn climbers. They brought back the program and were auditioning climbers.

The gal was talking about how all these LA badasses showed up and were spraying up down left and right. She went on to say how one of the dudes was even on the cover of the new Joshua Tree guidebook.

LOL. Had to be the coverboy!

there are about 8 "new Joshua Tree guidebooks". The Vogel West is barely even new anymore.

THere may be many covers, but there is only one coverboi.


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New Zealand to banz devl kat!
http://www.slate.com/...ies_and_shouldn.html

Dogz winz!!Angelic


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caughtinside wrote:
New Zealand to banz devl kat!
http://www.slate.com/...ies_and_shouldn.html

Dogz winz!!Angelic

Hmm, makes me feel better about keeping Feisty as an inside cat.


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caughtinside wrote:
New Zealand to banz devl kat!
http://www.slate.com/...ies_and_shouldn.html

Dogz winz!!Angelic

holy shit, how did they get a picture uv kel's cat?


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camhead wrote:
biweekly hangbored report:

Had a really good sesh today. Am up to 35 lbs added on all three and four-finger holds, though am still a bit behind on my shallow two-fingered nemeses. But the 35 lb thing is a milestone, because it means I'm climbing as if I'm 200 lbs. I may actually start easing off on the weight a bit, though, since I don't want to peak too soon (I always have a problem of, wait, no never mind). And, if I start doing less weight, it will start becoming more of an endurance kind of thing, which will benefit the spring RRG season.

Which really depresses me, that there will be a spring RRG season; unfortunately, the combination of in tents footwork and ledgy terrain at the NRG just scares me, so this spring may be more steep thuggy stuff to get back into it. Oh well.

Also, LENA! Have you tried what the Beastmaker guys call "Encores"? It's basically Frenchies for the hangbored: with each rep, you do a different elbow angle. Manderson was skeptical about them because the changes of angle result in not enough maximum load on your fingers for each set, but I'm thinking that, since I cannot climb otherwise, it is simulating more the strength that I need not just to hold a grip, but to pull and move off of it. Erie Guardless, they're pretty hard.

Ok, that's awl. I had such a good sesh, and Drivel is out of town, that I'm going to _____, eat some ice cream, and watch some netflix.

Muthuh fuckahs.

Awl I heard wus.... spray, spray, spray, I'm a dirty little bitch.

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