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espinosa


Sep 17, 2002, 11:50 AM
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i will be arriving in joes this saturday morning and should be staying till weds morn.

anyone wanna give me any beta that i should know about.

much appreciated

scott


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Sep 18, 2002, 1:39 PM
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What kind of beta do you want?


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is there water available close by?

camping is right fork correct?

i am solo, is there gonna be folks around during the week if some other plans that i have made don't work out.

give me any "must do" problems V7ish and under?


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You will probably have to get water at the store in Orangeville. I don't remember there being any more facilities in the area. There are tons of classic problems everywhere. Area 51 has a bunch. I have this weird affliction and cannot remember the names of boulder problems. There is one V2 problem at the riverside area that is really cool. A moderate highball problem climbing a left angling sloping ledge with bad feet. Pocket Rocket is an ultra classic problem too although I don't have the vertical jump for it.


espinosa


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so your telling me i will need food too? no taco bell walking distance from my tent?

cool i will fill the water jug up and have lots of beer then.

scott


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Yes, you will need food. There is nothing in Orangeville that I know of. The market is pretty good. They advertise that they sell raquetball equipment for some reason. But other than the market there is just a few houses and maybe a restaurant but I am not sure. But if you really need Taco Bell Price isn't too far away.


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nope actually i stay away from taco bell, and try to stay away from all fast food.

thanks for the info...


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