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snoopy138


Sep 17, 2013, 9:53 AM
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Weke-end report.

Saturday was my third day on this route. Day one I bruised my knuckles on this tight undercling crack through the crux roof. Day two I ripped a big bloody flapper off on the same undercling. I had it in my mind that if this route beat me up again I was going to move on. Thank goodness I sent. Climbed it really well, taking my time and keeping the pump down.

I'm really happy, this makes it the fouth one two I've sent this year (only one of those a repeat from 2 years ago). Would have been the fifth except that we downgraded one of them. I have another project route up at mini-Ceause that's a bit harder than anything else I've done and hoping I can finish it out before the end of the season. We shall see.

Nice send! I hope the project goes before the season's end. I was just counting weekends and figuring out what i need to do send mine. Fall is just starting, but with the kid's schedule, I don't have that many days left!

Obviously I'd like to send, but it really doesn't matter one way or another. It'll be good just to overload my body working on it.

And I don't have many weekends left either. Lion's Head being right on the water can get chilly a lot earlier than you want in the fall.

In teh realm of projects, I've decided to shelve mine for a while. Getting tired of falling off at the same spot and doing the same thing weke after weke.

Going to put the drive-by on the back burner and work on the five-finger discount, which seems more doable. Same overall difficulty: some harder moves, but with two spots that allow rests ... not no-hands RRG rests, but stand on your feet a bit more than usual and shake out type of rests.

I'm surprised those rests haven't been removed.


If you have any dynomite in your closet, behind your dignity, and your drumsticks, and your climbing shoes, you should venture out there and remove them.

that would involve CI actually making it to an actual climbing area. he's on teh blutarski path, so it seems unlikely.


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whoo!


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above "whoo" not an endorsement of peg-boarding


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fuck it's been cold up here. Had frost this morning on my car.

Since it doesn't look like I'll be getting that week down in TN (*grumpy face*) my thoughts have turned to peg boarding. I think I need a pair of fruit boots.

Whoo!

We should also put our reservations in a Casa chez Doc for Dec 7th to the 15th.

doc's place is some weird spanish/french hybrid?

Sounds about rite.


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Sep 17, 2013, 10:04 AM
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above "whoo" not an endorsement of peg-boarding


Good!

What's the deal with pegboarding, anyway?

Our gym built a SUPER-sweet new training area, moved all hangboards, systems wall, campus board, crack wall, etc. in one place. Really sweet setup that allows you to put up 16 hangboards and easily subtract weight, if needed.

Anyway, super-sweet.

And then they went and put peg holes all the way around the hangboard support boards. And now every single gumby in the gym goes there and attempts to pegboard their way all the way around the entire structure, in the most retarded manner possible. What's the appeal of traversing by sticking pegs into every-2-inch evenly spaced holes and hanging from them, I am not sure, but it's like the star attraction of the gym at the moment.


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Sep 17, 2013, 10:13 AM
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above "whoo" not an endorsement of peg-boarding


Good!

What's the deal with pegboarding, anyway?

Our gym built a SUPER-sweet new training area, moved all hangboards, systems wall, campus board, crack wall, etc. in one place. Really sweet setup that allows you to put up 16 hangboards and easily subtract weight, if needed.

Anyway, super-sweet.

And then they went and put peg holes all the way around the hangboard support boards. And now every single gumby in the gym goes there and attempts to pegboard their way all the way around the entire structure, in the most retarded manner possible. What's the appeal of traversing by sticking pegs into every-2-inch evenly spaced holes and hanging from them, I am not sure, but it's like the star attraction of the gym at the moment.

teh peg board champ is knot amused.


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Sep 17, 2013, 10:17 AM
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granite_grrl wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
above "whoo" not an endorsement of peg-boarding


Good!

What's the deal with pegboarding, anyway?

Our gym built a SUPER-sweet new training area, moved all hangboards, systems wall, campus board, crack wall, etc. in one place. Really sweet setup that allows you to put up 16 hangboards and easily subtract weight, if needed.

Anyway, super-sweet.

And then they went and put peg holes all the way around the hangboard support boards. And now every single gumby in the gym goes there and attempts to pegboard their way all the way around the entire structure, in the most retarded manner possible. What's the appeal of traversing by sticking pegs into every-2-inch evenly spaced holes and hanging from them, I am not sure, but it's like the star attraction of the gym at the moment.

teh peg board champ is knot amused.

Teh pegboard champ, as we know, would just dyno from one side of the pegboard to the next, magically keep his shoulders from dislocating, and then leave in disgust.


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Sep 17, 2013, 10:51 AM
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snoopy138 wrote:
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snoopy138 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
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Weke-end report.

Saturday was my third day on this route. Day one I bruised my knuckles on this tight undercling crack through the crux roof. Day two I ripped a big bloody flapper off on the same undercling. I had it in my mind that if this route beat me up again I was going to move on. Thank goodness I sent. Climbed it really well, taking my time and keeping the pump down.

I'm really happy, this makes it the fouth one two I've sent this year (only one of those a repeat from 2 years ago). Would have been the fifth except that we downgraded one of them. I have another project route up at mini-Ceause that's a bit harder than anything else I've done and hoping I can finish it out before the end of the season. We shall see.

Nice send! I hope the project goes before the season's end. I was just counting weekends and figuring out what i need to do send mine. Fall is just starting, but with the kid's schedule, I don't have that many days left!

Obviously I'd like to send, but it really doesn't matter one way or another. It'll be good just to overload my body working on it.

And I don't have many weekends left either. Lion's Head being right on the water can get chilly a lot earlier than you want in the fall.

In teh realm of projects, I've decided to shelve mine for a while. Getting tired of falling off at the same spot and doing the same thing weke after weke.

Going to put the drive-by on the back burner and work on the five-finger discount, which seems more doable. Same overall difficulty: some harder moves, but with two spots that allow rests ... not no-hands RRG rests, but stand on your feet a bit more than usual and shake out type of rests.

I'm surprised those rests haven't been removed.

they're by design ... I've seen jack stand at teh main rest on that thing for 5-10 minutes, alternating hands and shaking out

Did I just burp? Or is that vomit in the back of my mouth?


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snoopy138 wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
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Weke-end report.

Saturday was my third day on this route. Day one I bruised my knuckles on this tight undercling crack through the crux roof. Day two I ripped a big bloody flapper off on the same undercling. I had it in my mind that if this route beat me up again I was going to move on. Thank goodness I sent. Climbed it really well, taking my time and keeping the pump down.

I'm really happy, this makes it the fouth one two I've sent this year (only one of those a repeat from 2 years ago). Would have been the fifth except that we downgraded one of them. I have another project route up at mini-Ceause that's a bit harder than anything else I've done and hoping I can finish it out before the end of the season. We shall see.

Nice send! I hope the project goes before the season's end. I was just counting weekends and figuring out what i need to do send mine. Fall is just starting, but with the kid's schedule, I don't have that many days left!

Obviously I'd like to send, but it really doesn't matter one way or another. It'll be good just to overload my body working on it.

And I don't have many weekends left either. Lion's Head being right on the water can get chilly a lot earlier than you want in the fall.

In teh realm of projects, I've decided to shelve mine for a while. Getting tired of falling off at the same spot and doing the same thing weke after weke.

Going to put the drive-by on the back burner and work on the five-finger discount, which seems more doable. Same overall difficulty: some harder moves, but with two spots that allow rests ... not no-hands RRG rests, but stand on your feet a bit more than usual and shake out type of rests.

I'm surprised those rests haven't been removed.


If you have any dynomite in your closet, behind your dignity, and your drumsticks, and your climbing shoes, you should venture out there and remove them.

that would involve CI actually making it to an actual climbing area. he's on teh blutarski path, so it seems unlikely.

9 days in mexico have produced teh blort. I was all fired up to get out, my bro cornelius just did lurking fear in 16 hours... but I have to go to a weeding this sat. damnz.


tripperjm


Sep 17, 2013, 11:48 AM
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snoopy138 wrote:
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snoopy138 wrote:
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tripperjm wrote:
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gonna be a weke end of blorting owt. heading to the stone beer fest on saturday, then sticking around SD to watch the mets-padres game on sunday. teh ABz will be there.

The Bastards! Well say hello from me and ask if I can borrow his drum set.

Drumming kin involve exersize...

might be best to ask if ewe kin borrow his backgammon bord?

Man, I am getting a ton of excercise these days, but the problem is so little of it involves actual rock. I have been doing a ton of
yoga
biking
water skiing
surfing
gym climbing
flag boying

ugh. Not going to make it this weekend either.

You know, it's not that hard to go climbing.

That is true, but the loyerette has arranged a fine Brunch on Sunday. kind of spikes the weekend for climbing.

Ewe noes.... it wood be gud ifs we had sum sort ov rule that covered this kind ov situation....


Wait a minute....

WE FUKING DUE!!!1


well, it's more like a guideline but still.

Sumtymes climbing iz awl about disapoynting yore loved wons.


Try to pay attention?

She is very klever. She has befriended all my climbing partners, and they like her better than me. Plus she sent her email out early in the week. I like to organize my climbing on like late Thursday.

shakes hed....

yore like a total waste....

and what does teh girl being klever or making plans have anything to due with ewe screaming #16 as teh door slams behind ewe?

My advice, try to retive yore manhood from teh girls purse as soon as possible... though it's probibly way too late for ewe awlready.

as I reread CI's disgraceful post, I'm wondering ... are awl of his climber friends going to these brunches? If so, what teh fuk kind of climber friends does he have?

Yes, this iz korrect.... CI's post iz very confusing

It is tru. Loyerette has befirenderd teh gf/wife of my two main partners... and my two main partners. She is single handedly destroying all I hav bilt... with fine brunches.

that's not really an excuse, for any uv ewe. teh gf has been fiernds with my main partner longer than I have, yet that doesn't stop either of us from climbing.

And it has payed oft pretty gud fer ewe. Yore climbing gud and teh 2Xagent iz also getting shitz dun.

though they bailzed on teh mescalito, with plans to get back to it in teh winter or spring.

I hear it's trade route now?

Still, Mescalito is a big route.

When I did it back in the early 80's, it was still a pretty solid outing. My partner took several long ass falls. Including fix, decent and sum weather, I'll bet it took us 8-9 days.

When 2Xagent told me they had 4 days, I was surprised given teh depth of their team. I did suggest the Zodiac or Trip as a more doable route.


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Sep 17, 2013, 11:49 AM
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cracklover wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
cracklover wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
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lena_chita wrote:
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gardening tawk:
Harvested 30+ tomatoes, 7 squash, a bunch of beans, 6 ears of corn, 8 carrots, 4 beets, and other shit. I woulda got more, but I filled the panniers to the max.

Spent this weekend scouting a backcountry area to blast bambi and bottoming out my taco on the drive. If I am lucky, we might have venison chili in a few weeks.

Dew it! Tonight I made elk chili out of meat a friend gave me, and a bunch of tomatoes and jalapenos I harvested today from our garden. Wife made one of the best cornbreads I've ever had to go with it. Yummm...

GO

If only someone could harvest all the deer from my backyard! Then I could have a garden tawk, too.

I love venison, but I wouldn't want to eat THESE vermin though. Considering the crap they eat, I'd rather have myself a tasty rat. Well, not really, but eating city deer is no better than eating rats. Grrr. I just want them DEAD.

Well the standard solution is a fence.

GO

There is a fence. They jump over it. The city doesn't allow a higher one.

How high is this fence. I thought the standard was 6ft allowed for a fence.

With a running start, they jump 6ft fence like it's nothing. The reason why 5-6ft tall fencing works for a small garden is because they won't jump if the landing isn't clear, or because they don't have room for a running start.

I've heard people talk about two fences, a 5-6ft tall and then another one a couple of feet away. Or a wire strung above the main fence.

But I need to protect a fairly big area, and it is an expensive proposition. For now I am just hoping my couple fruit trees survive with individual enclosures.

If deer are that bad I would suspect you have a bunch of bunnies too. They can cause a lot of damage to shurbs come winter.

Oh, no suspecting about it, I see them all the time. hate the little buggers, too. Mad

Maybe your deer eat mostly trash, but rabbits seem pretty discriminating. I bet they'd make good eating. Your kids may not see it that way though...

GO

Actually, after watching the rabbits munch with gusto on just-sprayed-with-roundup weeds, I wouldn't want to eat them, either.

Completely agree that rabbits in general make good eating. And my kids would eat them just fine, I think.

Hmm... you may have a poynte.

More importantly, you jerks notice the number of replies to this thread? There's a big number coming up. Who will roll over the odometer?

GO


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tripperjm wrote:
cracklover wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
cracklover wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
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lena_chita wrote:
cracklover wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
gardening tawk:
Harvested 30+ tomatoes, 7 squash, a bunch of beans, 6 ears of corn, 8 carrots, 4 beets, and other shit. I woulda got more, but I filled the panniers to the max.

Spent this weekend scouting a backcountry area to blast bambi and bottoming out my taco on the drive. If I am lucky, we might have venison chili in a few weeks.

Dew it! Tonight I made elk chili out of meat a friend gave me, and a bunch of tomatoes and jalapenos I harvested today from our garden. Wife made one of the best cornbreads I've ever had to go with it. Yummm...

GO

If only someone could harvest all the deer from my backyard! Then I could have a garden tawk, too.

I love venison, but I wouldn't want to eat THESE vermin though. Considering the crap they eat, I'd rather have myself a tasty rat. Well, not really, but eating city deer is no better than eating rats. Grrr. I just want them DEAD.

Well the standard solution is a fence.

GO

There is a fence. They jump over it. The city doesn't allow a higher one.

How high is this fence. I thought the standard was 6ft allowed for a fence.

With a running start, they jump 6ft fence like it's nothing. The reason why 5-6ft tall fencing works for a small garden is because they won't jump if the landing isn't clear, or because they don't have room for a running start.

I've heard people talk about two fences, a 5-6ft tall and then another one a couple of feet away. Or a wire strung above the main fence.

But I need to protect a fairly big area, and it is an expensive proposition. For now I am just hoping my couple fruit trees survive with individual enclosures.

If deer are that bad I would suspect you have a bunch of bunnies too. They can cause a lot of damage to shurbs come winter.

Oh, no suspecting about it, I see them all the time. hate the little buggers, too. Mad

Maybe your deer eat mostly trash, but rabbits seem pretty discriminating. I bet they'd make good eating. Your kids may not see it that way though...

GO

Actually, after watching the rabbits munch with gusto on just-sprayed-with-roundup weeds, I wouldn't want to eat them, either.

Completely agree that rabbits in general make good eating. And my kids would eat them just fine, I think.

Hmm... you may have a poynte.

More importantly, you jerks notice the number of replies to this thread? There's a big number coming up. Who will roll over the odometer?

GO

sighs.... shaking head and looks around the room.

All right, which one of you losers let crackhead in?

Well, he's you're fuking friend, you tell him to beat it!!!1

He's like the child who wanders into the middle of the movie and then wants to know...


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snoopy138 wrote:
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lena_chita wrote:
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lena_chita wrote:
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lena_chita wrote:
cracklover wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
gardening tawk:
Harvested 30+ tomatoes, 7 squash, a bunch of beans, 6 ears of corn, 8 carrots, 4 beets, and other shit. I woulda got more, but I filled the panniers to the max.

Spent this weekend scouting a backcountry area to blast bambi and bottoming out my taco on the drive. If I am lucky, we might have venison chili in a few weeks.

Dew it! Tonight I made elk chili out of meat a friend gave me, and a bunch of tomatoes and jalapenos I harvested today from our garden. Wife made one of the best cornbreads I've ever had to go with it. Yummm...

GO

If only someone could harvest all the deer from my backyard! Then I could have a garden tawk, too.

I love venison, but I wouldn't want to eat THESE vermin though. Considering the crap they eat, I'd rather have myself a tasty rat. Well, not really, but eating city deer is no better than eating rats. Grrr. I just want them DEAD.

Well the standard solution is a fence.

GO

There is a fence. They jump over it. The city doesn't allow a higher one.

How high is this fence. I thought the standard was 6ft allowed for a fence.

With a running start, they jump 6ft fence like it's nothing. The reason why 5-6ft tall fencing works for a small garden is because they won't jump if the landing isn't clear, or because they don't have room for a running start.

I've heard people talk about two fences, a 5-6ft tall and then another one a couple of feet away. Or a wire strung above the main fence.

But I need to protect a fairly big area, and it is an expensive proposition. For now I am just hoping my couple fruit trees survive with individual enclosures.

If deer are that bad I would suspect you have a bunch of bunnies too. They can cause a lot of damage to shurbs come winter.

Oh, no suspecting about it, I see them all the time. hate the little buggers, too. Mad

should be able to trap the bunnies?

yeah, where is INC with his buckets when you need him?

lurking outside your window?


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gonna be a weke end of blorting owt. heading to the stone beer fest on saturday, then sticking around SD to watch the mets-padres game on sunday. teh ABz will be there.

The Bastards! Well say hello from me and ask if I can borrow his drum set.

Drumming kin involve exersize...

might be best to ask if ewe kin borrow his backgammon bord?

Man, I am getting a ton of excercise these days, but the problem is so little of it involves actual rock. I have been doing a ton of
yoga
biking
water skiing
surfing
gym climbing
flag boying

ugh. Not going to make it this weekend either.

You know, it's not that hard to go climbing.

That is true, but the loyerette has arranged a fine Brunch on Sunday. kind of spikes the weekend for climbing.

Ewe noes.... it wood be gud ifs we had sum sort ov rule that covered this kind ov situation....


Wait a minute....

WE FUKING DUE!!!1


well, it's more like a guideline but still.

Sumtymes climbing iz awl about disapoynting yore loved wons.


Try to pay attention?

She is very klever. She has befriended all my climbing partners, and they like her better than me. Plus she sent her email out early in the week. I like to organize my climbing on like late Thursday.

shakes hed....

yore like a total waste....

and what does teh girl being klever or making plans have anything to due with ewe screaming #16 as teh door slams behind ewe?

My advice, try to retive yore manhood from teh girls purse as soon as possible... though it's probibly way too late for ewe awlready.

as I reread CI's disgraceful post, I'm wondering ... are awl of his climber friends going to these brunches? If so, what teh fuk kind of climber friends does he have?

Yes, this iz korrect.... CI's post iz very confusing

It is tru. Loyerette has befirenderd teh gf/wife of my two main partners... and my two main partners. She is single handedly destroying all I hav bilt... with fine brunches.

This will knot end well...

Nau that ewe has caved, she noes, she has ewe on teh ropes. Teh ultamatum, quit climbing, gets married, has teh kids, iz next.

And we awl noes how well that werked owt fer AB... nau that he is saddled with teh twins.... his life iz over.

rip ab.


So as much as this mite sound harsh...

and possibly cause ewe sum heartache.

I recumend,

RUN!!!1 Run fast and run far. Due it nau, before it's two late fer ewe. Though I suspect, sadly, that ewe don't has teh courage to stand up to her or to run.

Still, that's my best advice.


i'm sure he can get divorced and go back to living in his van and climb all the time if he wanted.

Naw, that takes commitment. He'll NEEEEVER do it!

i was gonna reply to the one about wives that quit climbing with a quip about getting divorced and moving to the land of milk and honey and getting back into it. except I haven't actually gotten back into it yet. I'll get back to y'all on it wonce my boots get here.

Still sadened....


Course, when you do get back into it, you'll have to come visit us in the hole.


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cracklover wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
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lena_chita wrote:
cracklover wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
gardening tawk:
Harvested 30+ tomatoes, 7 squash, a bunch of beans, 6 ears of corn, 8 carrots, 4 beets, and other shit. I woulda got more, but I filled the panniers to the max.

Spent this weekend scouting a backcountry area to blast bambi and bottoming out my taco on the drive. If I am lucky, we might have venison chili in a few weeks.

Dew it! Tonight I made elk chili out of meat a friend gave me, and a bunch of tomatoes and jalapenos I harvested today from our garden. Wife made one of the best cornbreads I've ever had to go with it. Yummm...

GO

If only someone could harvest all the deer from my backyard! Then I could have a garden tawk, too.

I love venison, but I wouldn't want to eat THESE vermin though. Considering the crap they eat, I'd rather have myself a tasty rat. Well, not really, but eating city deer is no better than eating rats. Grrr. I just want them DEAD.

Well the standard solution is a fence.

GO

There is a fence. They jump over it. The city doesn't allow a higher one.

How high is this fence. I thought the standard was 6ft allowed for a fence.

With a running start, they jump 6ft fence like it's nothing. The reason why 5-6ft tall fencing works for a small garden is because they won't jump if the landing isn't clear, or because they don't have room for a running start.

I've heard people talk about two fences, a 5-6ft tall and then another one a couple of feet away. Or a wire strung above the main fence.

But I need to protect a fairly big area, and it is an expensive proposition. For now I am just hoping my couple fruit trees survive with individual enclosures.

If deer are that bad I would suspect you have a bunch of bunnies too. They can cause a lot of damage to shurbs come winter.

Oh, no suspecting about it, I see them all the time. hate the little buggers, too. Mad

Maybe your deer eat mostly trash, but rabbits seem pretty discriminating. I bet they'd make good eating. Your kids may not see it that way though...

GO

Actually, after watching the rabbits munch with gusto on just-sprayed-with-roundup weeds, I wouldn't want to eat them, either.

Completely agree that rabbits in general make good eating. And my kids would eat them just fine, I think.

Hmm... you may have a poynte.

More importantly, you jerks notice the number of replies to this thread? There's a big number coming up. Who will roll over the odometer?

GO

Yore not that brite, are ewe?

yeah, no shit. 101k is not a millstone.

Obviously no, I'm not that brite if I'm still posting here. So I've got very old gu on me, no doubt. But it's still odd that the replies say just under 100K, while, based on the number of pages, the number of posts must actually be around 100,830. I imagine it has something to do with deleted posts, but beyond that, I'd have to play around to figure it out.

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Sep 17, 2013, 12:12 PM
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tripperjm wrote:
cracklover wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
cracklover wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
cracklover wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
cracklover wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
cracklover wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
gardening tawk:
Harvested 30+ tomatoes, 7 squash, a bunch of beans, 6 ears of corn, 8 carrots, 4 beets, and other shit. I woulda got more, but I filled the panniers to the max.

Spent this weekend scouting a backcountry area to blast bambi and bottoming out my taco on the drive. If I am lucky, we might have venison chili in a few weeks.

Dew it! Tonight I made elk chili out of meat a friend gave me, and a bunch of tomatoes and jalapenos I harvested today from our garden. Wife made one of the best cornbreads I've ever had to go with it. Yummm...

GO

If only someone could harvest all the deer from my backyard! Then I could have a garden tawk, too.

I love venison, but I wouldn't want to eat THESE vermin though. Considering the crap they eat, I'd rather have myself a tasty rat. Well, not really, but eating city deer is no better than eating rats. Grrr. I just want them DEAD.

Well the standard solution is a fence.

GO

There is a fence. They jump over it. The city doesn't allow a higher one.

How high is this fence. I thought the standard was 6ft allowed for a fence.

With a running start, they jump 6ft fence like it's nothing. The reason why 5-6ft tall fencing works for a small garden is because they won't jump if the landing isn't clear, or because they don't have room for a running start.

I've heard people talk about two fences, a 5-6ft tall and then another one a couple of feet away. Or a wire strung above the main fence.

But I need to protect a fairly big area, and it is an expensive proposition. For now I am just hoping my couple fruit trees survive with individual enclosures.

If deer are that bad I would suspect you have a bunch of bunnies too. They can cause a lot of damage to shurbs come winter.

Oh, no suspecting about it, I see them all the time. hate the little buggers, too. Mad

Maybe your deer eat mostly trash, but rabbits seem pretty discriminating. I bet they'd make good eating. Your kids may not see it that way though...

GO

Actually, after watching the rabbits munch with gusto on just-sprayed-with-roundup weeds, I wouldn't want to eat them, either.

Completely agree that rabbits in general make good eating. And my kids would eat them just fine, I think.

Hmm... you may have a poynte.

More importantly, you jerks notice the number of replies to this thread? There's a big number coming up. Who will roll over the odometer?

GO

Yore not that brite, are ewe?

yeah, no shit. 101k is not a millstone.

Obviously no, I'm not that brite if I'm still posting here. So I've got very old gu on me, no doubt. But it's still odd that the replies say just under 100K, while, based on the number of pages, the number of posts must actually be around 100,830. I imagine it has something to do with deleted posts, but beyond that, I'd have to play around to figure it out.

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Really??????


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Sep 17, 2013, 12:36 PM
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snoopy138 wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Weke-end report.

Saturday was my third day on this route. Day one I bruised my knuckles on this tight undercling crack through the crux roof. Day two I ripped a big bloody flapper off on the same undercling. I had it in my mind that if this route beat me up again I was going to move on. Thank goodness I sent. Climbed it really well, taking my time and keeping the pump down.

I'm really happy, this makes it the fouth one two I've sent this year (only one of those a repeat from 2 years ago). Would have been the fifth except that we downgraded one of them. I have another project route up at mini-Ceause that's a bit harder than anything else I've done and hoping I can finish it out before the end of the season. We shall see.

Nice send! I hope the project goes before the season's end. I was just counting weekends and figuring out what i need to do send mine. Fall is just starting, but with the kid's schedule, I don't have that many days left!

Obviously I'd like to send, but it really doesn't matter one way or another. It'll be good just to overload my body working on it.

And I don't have many weekends left either. Lion's Head being right on the water can get chilly a lot earlier than you want in the fall.

In teh realm of projects, I've decided to shelve mine for a while. Getting tired of falling off at the same spot and doing the same thing weke after weke.

Going to put the drive-by on the back burner and work on the five-finger discount, which seems more doable. Same overall difficulty: some harder moves, but with two spots that allow rests ... not no-hands RRG rests, but stand on your feet a bit more than usual and shake out type of rests.

I'm surprised those rests haven't been removed.

they're by design ... I've seen jack stand at teh main rest on that thing for 5-10 minutes, alternating hands and shaking out

Sadly, I have stopped at the rest. looks over at snoppy... But 5-10 mins?

Still, it's true, there is a rest on the Five Finger. Thing is, it was there and at the time it seemed like a good thing. You've just done of really steep pumpy moves and then you have a even steeper harder pumpy section to get to the chains.

Several years back, when I had it all wired up and would do it a lot, I could skip the rest. And at the time, I thought about trimming it back. Never got to it....

But it's never to late to correct a past mistake, and now that I know snoppy wants to do it.... maybe it's time.


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Sep 17, 2013, 12:41 PM
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granite_grrl wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
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above "whoo" not an endorsement of peg-boarding


Good!

What's the deal with pegboarding, anyway?

Our gym built a SUPER-sweet new training area, moved all hangboards, systems wall, campus board, crack wall, etc. in one place. Really sweet setup that allows you to put up 16 hangboards and easily subtract weight, if needed.

Anyway, super-sweet.

And then they went and put peg holes all the way around the hangboard support boards. And now every single gumby in the gym goes there and attempts to pegboard their way all the way around the entire structure, in the most retarded manner possible. What's the appeal of traversing by sticking pegs into every-2-inch evenly spaced holes and hanging from them, I am not sure, but it's like the star attraction of the gym at the moment.

teh peg board champ is knot amused.

But not bothered enough to make an appearance?


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Sep 17, 2013, 12:44 PM
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caughtinside wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Weke-end report.

Saturday was my third day on this route. Day one I bruised my knuckles on this tight undercling crack through the crux roof. Day two I ripped a big bloody flapper off on the same undercling. I had it in my mind that if this route beat me up again I was going to move on. Thank goodness I sent. Climbed it really well, taking my time and keeping the pump down.

I'm really happy, this makes it the fouth one two I've sent this year (only one of those a repeat from 2 years ago). Would have been the fifth except that we downgraded one of them. I have another project route up at mini-Ceause that's a bit harder than anything else I've done and hoping I can finish it out before the end of the season. We shall see.

Nice send! I hope the project goes before the season's end. I was just counting weekends and figuring out what i need to do send mine. Fall is just starting, but with the kid's schedule, I don't have that many days left!

Obviously I'd like to send, but it really doesn't matter one way or another. It'll be good just to overload my body working on it.

And I don't have many weekends left either. Lion's Head being right on the water can get chilly a lot earlier than you want in the fall.

In teh realm of projects, I've decided to shelve mine for a while. Getting tired of falling off at the same spot and doing the same thing weke after weke.

Going to put the drive-by on the back burner and work on the five-finger discount, which seems more doable. Same overall difficulty: some harder moves, but with two spots that allow rests ... not no-hands RRG rests, but stand on your feet a bit more than usual and shake out type of rests.

I'm surprised those rests haven't been removed.

they're by design ... I've seen jack stand at teh main rest on that thing for 5-10 minutes, alternating hands and shaking out

Did I just burp? Or is that vomit in the back of my mouth?

That's vomit. Sorry.

Look, I'm not perfect, I've made some mistakes along the way....


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Sep 17, 2013, 1:27 PM
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lena_chita wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
above "whoo" not an endorsement of peg-boarding


Good!

What's the deal with pegboarding, anyway?

Our gym built a SUPER-sweet new training area, moved all hangboards, systems wall, campus board, crack wall, etc. in one place. Really sweet setup that allows you to put up 16 hangboards and easily subtract weight, if needed.

Anyway, super-sweet.

And then they went and put peg holes all the way around the hangboard support boards. And now every single gumby in the gym goes there and attempts to pegboard their way all the way around the entire structure, in the most retarded manner possible. What's the appeal of traversing by sticking pegs into every-2-inch evenly spaced holes and hanging from them, I am not sure, but it's like the star attraction of the gym at the moment.

it took me a while to realize that this involved actual pegs, and that not all uv teh gumbys were bringing in their ice toolz.


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Sep 17, 2013, 1:29 PM
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tripperjm wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
drivel wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
cracklover wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
cracklover wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
gardening tawk:
Harvested 30+ tomatoes, 7 squash, a bunch of beans, 6 ears of corn, 8 carrots, 4 beets, and other shit. I woulda got more, but I filled the panniers to the max.

Spent this weekend scouting a backcountry area to blast bambi and bottoming out my taco on the drive. If I am lucky, we might have venison chili in a few weeks.

Dew it! Tonight I made elk chili out of meat a friend gave me, and a bunch of tomatoes and jalapenos I harvested today from our garden. Wife made one of the best cornbreads I've ever had to go with it. Yummm...

GO

If only someone could harvest all the deer from my backyard! Then I could have a garden tawk, too.

I love venison, but I wouldn't want to eat THESE vermin though. Considering the crap they eat, I'd rather have myself a tasty rat. Well, not really, but eating city deer is no better than eating rats. Grrr. I just want them DEAD.

Well the standard solution is a fence.

GO

There is a fence. They jump over it. The city doesn't allow a higher one.

How high is this fence. I thought the standard was 6ft allowed for a fence.

With a running start, they jump 6ft fence like it's nothing. The reason why 5-6ft tall fencing works for a small garden is because they won't jump if the landing isn't clear, or because they don't have room for a running start.

I've heard people talk about two fences, a 5-6ft tall and then another one a couple of feet away. Or a wire strung above the main fence.

But I need to protect a fairly big area, and it is an expensive proposition. For now I am just hoping my couple fruit trees survive with individual enclosures.

If deer are that bad I would suspect you have a bunch of bunnies too. They can cause a lot of damage to shurbs come winter.

Oh, no suspecting about it, I see them all the time. hate the little buggers, too. Mad

should be able to trap the bunnies?

yeah, where is INC with his buckets when you need him?

lurking outside your window?

shit.


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Sep 17, 2013, 1:31 PM
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tripperjm wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
above "whoo" not an endorsement of peg-boarding


Good!

What's the deal with pegboarding, anyway?

Our gym built a SUPER-sweet new training area, moved all hangboards, systems wall, campus board, crack wall, etc. in one place. Really sweet setup that allows you to put up 16 hangboards and easily subtract weight, if needed.

Anyway, super-sweet.

And then they went and put peg holes all the way around the hangboard support boards. And now every single gumby in the gym goes there and attempts to pegboard their way all the way around the entire structure, in the most retarded manner possible. What's the appeal of traversing by sticking pegs into every-2-inch evenly spaced holes and hanging from them, I am not sure, but it's like the star attraction of the gym at the moment.

teh peg board champ is knot amused.

But not bothered enough to make an appearance?

apparently it requires more than one season's worth of humbling defeat on the world stage for him to lower himself to posting hear.


snoopy138


Sep 17, 2013, 1:33 PM
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tripperjm wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Weke-end report.

Saturday was my third day on this route. Day one I bruised my knuckles on this tight undercling crack through the crux roof. Day two I ripped a big bloody flapper off on the same undercling. I had it in my mind that if this route beat me up again I was going to move on. Thank goodness I sent. Climbed it really well, taking my time and keeping the pump down.

I'm really happy, this makes it the fouth one two I've sent this year (only one of those a repeat from 2 years ago). Would have been the fifth except that we downgraded one of them. I have another project route up at mini-Ceause that's a bit harder than anything else I've done and hoping I can finish it out before the end of the season. We shall see.

Nice send! I hope the project goes before the season's end. I was just counting weekends and figuring out what i need to do send mine. Fall is just starting, but with the kid's schedule, I don't have that many days left!

Obviously I'd like to send, but it really doesn't matter one way or another. It'll be good just to overload my body working on it.

And I don't have many weekends left either. Lion's Head being right on the water can get chilly a lot earlier than you want in the fall.

In teh realm of projects, I've decided to shelve mine for a while. Getting tired of falling off at the same spot and doing the same thing weke after weke.

Going to put the drive-by on the back burner and work on the five-finger discount, which seems more doable. Same overall difficulty: some harder moves, but with two spots that allow rests ... not no-hands RRG rests, but stand on your feet a bit more than usual and shake out type of rests.

I'm surprised those rests haven't been removed.

they're by design ... I've seen jack stand at teh main rest on that thing for 5-10 minutes, alternating hands and shaking out

Sadly, I have stopped at the rest. looks over at snoppy... But 5-10 mins?

Still, it's true, there is a rest on the Five Finger. Thing is, it was there and at the time it seemed like a good thing. You've just done of really steep pumpy moves and then you have a even steeper harder pumpy section to get to the chains.

Several years back, when I had it all wired up and would do it a lot, I could skip the rest. And at the time, I thought about trimming it back. Never got to it....

But it's never to late to correct a past mistake, and now that I know snoppy wants to do it.... maybe it's time.

it's not a gud idea, because I'd probably just sleaze a few inches right and stand on that jiant ledge from teh sic gnar, and nobody wuntz that.

well, some of teh cheaters that use teh sic gnar holds at the top might be okay with it ...


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Hey GG. Check your PMs.


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Sep 18, 2013, 5:37 AM
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tripperjm wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
above "whoo" not an endorsement of peg-boarding


Good!

What's the deal with pegboarding, anyway?

Our gym built a SUPER-sweet new training area, moved all hangboards, systems wall, campus board, crack wall, etc. in one place. Really sweet setup that allows you to put up 16 hangboards and easily subtract weight, if needed.

Anyway, super-sweet.

And then they went and put peg holes all the way around the hangboard support boards. And now every single gumby in the gym goes there and attempts to pegboard their way all the way around the entire structure, in the most retarded manner possible. What's the appeal of traversing by sticking pegs into every-2-inch evenly spaced holes and hanging from them, I am not sure, but it's like the star attraction of the gym at the moment.

teh peg board champ is knot amused.

But not bothered enough to make an appearance?

busy busy busy!

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