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spydey


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I was wondering how many of you juys do it? or do yyou thiink they are crazy?


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Even though my climbing experiance is limited(just started),I would probably do it if there was somewhere on the coast that wasn't battered by huge waves. Actually, now that I think about it I remember someone at school talking about a lake that had a cliff on one side with really deep water underneath it.

Missing the dyno would be just as fun as sticking it!


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It is...


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Hmmmm....one thing I've never could figure out about deep water soloing is the case of the fall....wet shoes, and bye bye chalk...or perhaps you water soloists have some crafty solution to the problem....hmmmmm....


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What you do about the chaulk and wet shoes is that you have more than one pair of shoes. have a look at this vid. www.climbxmidea.com it is on dosage and is whicked. they are climbing a 60 foot wall and falling off alot.


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Should any of you decide to go above 50 or 60 feet, when you fall, if you fall...be sure to keep your legs together and your arms over your head. should your legs come apart, a fall of higher than 70 feet will snap your legs off like twigs in a hurricane. Unless your arms are over your head, if your lucky, the water wont catch your fingertips, pull your arms out, and you wont have to deal with the excrutiating pain of having the surfacing nerve on the backside of your arm slap into the surface of the water.

-my two cents(that you might want to listen to)

Matt


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OH BABY! I LOVE DEEP WATER SOLOING!
I live in Arizona, and believe it or not have found a perfect place for it. Perfect sandstone in a canyon filled with water year round. Beautiful landings (but always make sure.) Anything from 10 feet to over fifty feet! (Though my courage hasn't taken me over 20, yet ) I'm telling you, this place is awesome, and it's close to Flagstaff and Winslow... I'd say more about it, but I haven't done enough yet, seeing as how the water is like 40 degrees this time of year! Anyway, Clear Creek is the place! I'm gonna post some pics on my website as soon as it gets warm enough. www.tucsonwallcrawlers.com


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when i saw the dose about it at climbx i almost baught a ticket to spian till i realized there nuthing on that cliff i could climb were is that pictuer taken ?????


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in the video on the dose i heard they brought ten piars of shoes and ten chalk bags each of course there sposored i think youde have to go shoeless and chalkless


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Summersville Lake in WV is the place to be if this is your thing. You can solo on cliffs varying from 20ft to 100ft on established climbs. Personally I don't go above 30ft or so. Blowing a big move and landing on your back really sucks.


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Photo is at pace bend park in Austin, Texas.

15 - 35 foot limestone climbs over the lake...

mmmm


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there are some nice places in england. dorset aboy 15 -35 feet I thiink. There are alot of easy trad climbs above deep water that I want to try this summer.


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One question. How do you get down to the start? do oyou absail or down climb?


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At least at Summersville, you float over or traverse over. If David (slcliffdiver) pipes in he will tell you the scoop, he's all about soloing above the lake.


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At pace bend, we jump...



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I'd sure like some of you brit's to chime in here! In england they've made this into a whole other "style " of climbing. They have "splash" rating's- S1to S5? which indicte what the water is like ie..depth rocks, height of fall. They also have a number of Deep water soloing festivals every summer. I'd like more info on the festivals if anyone has any!
josh


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there is one in august DORSET DEEP WATER SOLOING. There is an article in the novemder issue 2002 about it. there are lots of trad climbs done above deep water that no one has attempted that I know of. I thinkthay dont atempt it because it is realy high.

the juy talking about the water landing is 100% wright because I used to do bridge jumping


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Unfortinatly i live in florida and there is no deep water soloing here. and the nearest from what you all are saying is in texas. oh well but we do go and climb some trees and jump off, i guess those are just stupid red neck games though.


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pick up lastmonths vbouldering, they had a thing called water landings. real good


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Surforclimb: Summersville WV has some out of water soloing.

I hear it's pretty nice...


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There is A LOT of deep water soloing here in Alabama (especially in the Canyon); all over the southeast for that matter...
Climb on!
-lee


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Which canyon ?


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dude dude DUDE!!!!!!! GO RIGHT NOW TO CLIMB X MEDIA AND HIT THE DEEP WATER SOLOING UP. THE MOVIE IS THE GNARLIEST!!!!!


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THEY GOT SOME SWEET LOOKIN STUFF ON LAKE SUPERIOR BUT IF YOU FALL YOUR IN FOR ONE COLD SPLASH (UNLESS IT'S SUMMER BUT EVEN THEN ITS STILL PRETTY COLD)


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I dove for rocks at the bottom of that lake.

Mofaekin' COLD.


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ive done this up at the Bruce Pennisula at the grotto. totally the coolest place ever...wish i got some pics though,

anyway

Did u guys check out http://www.climbxmedia.com

with Klem doing deepwater soloing?


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OK..I've gotta know - with all the miles of coastline and various lakes we have in SoCal...has anyone found a good spot for deep water soloing in Southern California? if so, tell me where!


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Sorry guy. CHOSSVILLE.

lol.


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BAAAAAAHAHAHAHA


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Lox: maybe, but if its over water, WHO CARES? a little surprise dip if that hold breaks...

hehe, but i can c how that would get on ur nerves, falling b/c its chossy shiz.

there is probably (definately, just dont't remember exactly where) some DWS in NH... some cliff jumping places, one is called "Sculptured Rocks", looks like it could have a few nice slopey lines if the rock isn't all wet. I'll check it out when i head up there this summer. it is like 10 min. from Rumney. there are other places, but i forget where they are.


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So, I'm watching the History Channel tonight... a show about ice trucking in the N.W. Territories... and they talk about Great Slave Lake. I drop the name into Google to learn more and... whoa!

http://www.legendaryex.com/tours/kayaking_great_slave.html

If I had a few grand to blow, and 12 days free... I'd be sooooo there.

Anyway there's a photo on the page of some beautiful lakeside rock. I bet that water is pretty chilly! Incentive not to fall.

Enjoy


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ive done it up near Lions Head, its sweet. accept the water is friggen cold. Ive also done deep water bouldering as i call it in the grotto. ill get a pic soon


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Any Washingtonians have any places to deep water solo in WA? I've always wanted to try it, but never really seen a good place to do it. It looked to me like there might be some in the Columbia River Gorge, but I'm not sure...


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I just got back from summersville lake and i deep water soloed for two days :D it was soo much funn i think i got like 35 or 40 feet into the air and just let go. oh yea and dinos are so pumpy it is great!!!!


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only water soloing (that i know of) in socal is bouldering over swimming holes. It's more like shallow-water bouldering than deep-water soloing.

Has anyone created a climbing wall over a pool yet? I'd think it could be pretty fun.


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Pics from a trip last year at Summersville Lake WV; http://homepage.mac.com/slcliffdiver/Climbing/Summersvile_Pics.html it takes a loooong time to load with a slow connection but I think the pics are worth it. Hey Will are you the Will that I was talking with earlier? I'm a bit unsure because your profile puts you in NC. If so could you e-mail me the pics from the trip that are ready when you can. I'm really psyced to see them.


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probably 'cause i'm so skinny, i can swim, but when i'm climbin', cold deep water is scarier than talus to me.


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You like climbing on cliffs. Well Hawaii has some immense coast lines with some large cliffs and caves. At various cliff jumping spots I have found you can climb out of the cave ina 30 move problem. You top out at about 35-40 feet but you jump from about 50. ITs quite fun, but its just like doing highballs except the landings are a little better in the ocean , depending on your height and the way you fall!


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How about Lake Powell, here in Utah/Arizona? It's got all kinds of crazy cliffs over deep water. Does anyone here know about any in that area? I've always wanted to try it, but have never gotten around to it. The water would be pretty warm during the summer too.


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totally agree on the climbing wall over a pool sounds fun... Smile


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Hey Wakeclimber, welcome to rc.com. Usually people don't reply to thread that are over 8 years old, it's kinda just a thing around here. The posted date is just to the left of the post. Smile

Climbing over a pool would be neat, though, but it would have to be a pretty deep pool and the surface might be tauter then the sea or other bodies of water with more movement/dissolved gases. Harder landing.


p.s. STFU, YOREGUNNADIE, n00b, etc.etc.


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sungam wrote:
Hey Wakeclimber, welcome to rc.com. Usually people don't reply to thread that are over 8 years old, it's kinda just a thing around here. The posted date is just to the left of the post. Smile

Climbing over a pool would be neat, though, but it would have to be a pretty deep pool and the surface might be tauter then the sea or other bodies of water with more movement/dissolved gases. Harder landing.


p.s. STFU, YOREGUNNADIE, n00b, etc.etc.

really ? are you gonna stop new people from joining your special playground? Are you gonna scare everyone away making them think climbers on here are a bunch of sarcastic jerks? YOU did make a great welcome up to the end. Had I not had time to start to understand your humor I would think your trying hard to be a jerk and fit in. Or win the banz pool .


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JoeHamilton wrote:
sungam wrote:
Hey Wakeclimber, welcome to rc.com. Usually people don't reply to thread that are over 8 years old, it's kinda just a thing around here. The posted date is just to the left of the post. Smile

Climbing over a pool would be neat, though, but it would have to be a pretty deep pool and the surface might be tauter then the sea or other bodies of water with more movement/dissolved gases. Harder landing.


p.s. STFU, YOREGUNNADIE, n00b, etc.etc.

really ? are you gonna stop new people from joining your special playground? Are you gonna scare everyone away making them think climbers on here are a bunch of sarcastic jerks? YOU did make a great welcome up to the end. Had I not had time to start to understand your humor I would think your trying hard to be a jerk and fit in. Or win the banz pool .

All the posts on these forums, and you use this one to point out someone being a sarcastic jerk?


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yup . Mostly due the fact he jumped on a person who just registered today and made what 2 post .


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I wasn't being sarcastic, I was actually saying welcome, and letting him know that if he checks the date on the left he can see what date the post weas made at. I guess I have been spending too much time on another forum where we start any message to a new comer with "welcome".

I put the smiley in there on purpose to let the dude know I was being friendly.

Shit, maybe I should just go back to posting "Shit, I dunno! LOL!" or "fuck ewe!" on every fucking thread so people will get off my fucking back and go back to bitching about me in dedicated campground threads.


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and that was great .It truly was ,my response was in relation to the P.S. ,


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sungam wrote:
I wasn't being sarcastic, I was actually saying welcome, and letting him know that if he checks the date on the left he can see what date the post weas made at. I guess I have been spending too much time on another forum where we start any message to a new comer with "welcome".

I put the smiley in there on purpose to let the dude know I was being friendly.

Shit, maybe I should just go back to posting "Shit, I dunno! LOL!" or "fuck ewe!" on every fucking thread so people will get off my fucking back and go back to bitching about me in dedicated campground threads.


STFU Jerkwad


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Kartessa wrote:
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I wasn't being sarcastic, I was actually saying welcome, and letting him know that if he checks the date on the left he can see what date the post weas made at. I guess I have been spending too much time on another forum where we start any message to a new comer with "welcome".

I put the smiley in there on purpose to let the dude know I was being friendly.

Shit, maybe I should just go back to posting "Shit, I dunno! LOL!" or "fuck ewe!" on every fucking thread so people will get off my fucking back and go back to bitching about me in dedicated campground threads.


STFU Jerkwad
FUCK EWE!


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sungam wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
sungam wrote:
I wasn't being sarcastic, I was actually saying welcome, and letting him know that if he checks the date on the left he can see what date the post weas made at. I guess I have been spending too much time on another forum where we start any message to a new comer with "welcome".

I put the smiley in there on purpose to let the dude know I was being friendly.

Shit, maybe I should just go back to posting "Shit, I dunno! LOL!" or "fuck ewe!" on every fucking thread so people will get off my fucking back and go back to bitching about me in dedicated campground threads.


STFU Jerkwad
FUCK EWE!

I'll Kut yore rowp!


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Kartessa wrote:
sungam wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
sungam wrote:
I wasn't being sarcastic, I was actually saying welcome, and letting him know that if he checks the date on the left he can see what date the post weas made at. I guess I have been spending too much time on another forum where we start any message to a new comer with "welcome".

I put the smiley in there on purpose to let the dude know I was being friendly.

Shit, maybe I should just go back to posting "Shit, I dunno! LOL!" or "fuck ewe!" on every fucking thread so people will get off my fucking back and go back to bitching about me in dedicated campground threads.


STFU Jerkwad
FUCK EWE!

I'll Kut yore rowp!
Not an issue - If the route I am climbing is easy enough for you to be my partner, I am not going to fall.


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sungam wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
sungam wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
sungam wrote:
I wasn't being sarcastic, I was actually saying welcome, and letting him know that if he checks the date on the left he can see what date the post weas made at. I guess I have been spending too much time on another forum where we start any message to a new comer with "welcome".

I put the smiley in there on purpose to let the dude know I was being friendly.

Shit, maybe I should just go back to posting "Shit, I dunno! LOL!" or "fuck ewe!" on every fucking thread so people will get off my fucking back and go back to bitching about me in dedicated campground threads.


STFU Jerkwad
FUCK EWE!

I'll Kut yore rowp!
Not an issue - If the route I am climbing is easy enough for you to be my partner, I am not going to fall.

Oh yeah? Well the jerk store called. They're running out of you!


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Kartessa wrote:
sungam wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
sungam wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
sungam wrote:
I wasn't being sarcastic, I was actually saying welcome, and letting him know that if he checks the date on the left he can see what date the post weas made at. I guess I have been spending too much time on another forum where we start any message to a new comer with "welcome".

I put the smiley in there on purpose to let the dude know I was being friendly.

Shit, maybe I should just go back to posting "Shit, I dunno! LOL!" or "fuck ewe!" on every fucking thread so people will get off my fucking back and go back to bitching about me in dedicated campground threads.


STFU Jerkwad
FUCK EWE!

I'll Kut yore rowp!
Not an issue - If the route I am climbing is easy enough for you to be my partner, I am not going to fall.

Oh yeah? Well the jerk store called. They're running out of you!
Unimpressed


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Kids will be kids
Enjoy the day to the fullest


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What?


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JoeHamilton wrote:
Kids will be kids
Enjoy the day to the fullest

Kinda hard when its pissing rain out, and I'm stuck behind a desk doing jack shit for two weeks.


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Kartessa wrote:
JoeHamilton wrote:
Kids will be kids
Enjoy the day to the fullest

Kinda hard when its pissing rain out, and I'm stuck behind a desk doing jack shit for two weeks.

Enjoyment and happiness are choices. Wink


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JoeHamilton wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
JoeHamilton wrote:
Kids will be kids
Enjoy the day to the fullest

Kinda hard when its pissing rain out, and I'm stuck behind a desk doing jack shit for two weeks.

Enjoyment and happiness are choices. Wink

I chose to make money for 2 weeks


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See you found both enjoyment and happiness in the fact you will be making money Sly


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And for that you win one virtual slice of bacon ,


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JoeHamilton wrote:
And for that you win one virtual slice of bacon ,
Don't temp her, bro! She cut out bacon for her sending diet.


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Virtual ,,,,,,,,but your rite temptation becomes obsession becomes compulsion becomes relapse.


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For anyone out there. I live in PA and was wondering if there was any locations on the east coast to deep water solo.


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I miss Joe. That motherfucker was awesome. Little bit cray crasy, but awesome.


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kevin88 wrote:
For anyone out there. I live in PA and was wondering if there was any locations on the east coast to deep water solo.

Why you go and dig this thread up again?!


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sungam wrote:
I miss Joe. That motherfucker was awesome. Little bit cray crasy, but awesome.

He's on my facebook... you guys could be friends.


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Kartessa wrote:
sungam wrote:
I miss Joe. That motherfucker was awesome. Little bit cray crasy, but awesome.

He's on my facebook... you guys could be friends.

I'll get him to tattoo "NO SUNGAM" on my ass.


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Kartessa wrote:
sungam wrote:
I miss Joe. That motherfucker was awesome. Little bit cray crasy, but awesome.

He's on my facebook... you guys could be friends.
I don't want to look at your facebook, unless that is a book that was used to hit you in the face, in qhich case my bid is 200 dollars.


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Kartessa wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
sungam wrote:
I miss Joe. That motherfucker was awesome. Little bit cray crasy, but awesome.

He's on my facebook... you guys could be friends.

I'll get him to tattoo "NO SUNGAM" on my ass.
I'm gunna bribe him to write "SUNGAM WAS HERE" instead.


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sungam wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
sungam wrote:
I miss Joe. That motherfucker was awesome. Little bit cray crasy, but awesome.

He's on my facebook... you guys could be friends.

I'll get him to tattoo "NO SUNGAM" on my ass.
I'm gunna bribe him to write "SUNGAM WAS HERE" instead.

Fuck Ewe


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Kartessa wrote:
sungam wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
sungam wrote:
I miss Joe. That motherfucker was awesome. Little bit cray crasy, but awesome.

He's on my facebook... you guys could be friends.

I'll get him to tattoo "NO SUNGAM" on my ass.
I'm gunna bribe him to write "SUNGAM WAS HERE" instead.

Fuck Ewe
I would but I left me velcro gloves at my parents' house.


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it is interesting and riskier as well. what could one learn is there any software game to learn it and mental rehearsal for it.


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Haha, oh dear gawd I laughed hard rereading this thread.



I'm gunna go ahead and take this opportunity while Kart is on a road trip and hopefully can't respond.




K U STILL A BICH


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Haha, oh dear gawd I laughed hard rereading this thread.



I'm gunna go ahead and take this opportunity while Kart is on a road trip and hopefully can't respond.




K U STILL A BICH

Eat my Bum Sungam...

I'm home til Thursday and then I'll be hating you from Yosemite Valley.


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Kartessa wrote:
sungam wrote:
Haha, oh dear gawd I laughed hard rereading this thread.



I'm gunna go ahead and take this opportunity while Kart is on a road trip and hopefully can't respond.




K U STILL A BICH

Eat my Bum Sungam...

I'm home til Thursday and then I'll be hating you from Yosemite Valley.
You're coming very close to making me jealous, K.


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im looking forward to doing this sometime in the future!


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