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compclimber


Oct 7, 2001, 9:13 PM
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 Hey guys I'm the new area manager for Colorado. I regrouped all the areas into geograghical areas....so have a look and tell me what you think.


Thanks, T.J.


yendor


Oct 7, 2001, 9:33 PM
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It looks good to me.


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Oct 7, 2001, 11:12 PM
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Have mentioned a couple times in a private setting, but want to publicly thank and pay tribute to your hard work, the area looks GREAT! Good job, alot of hard work paid off and the sections are much better organized now and should allow people to better plan their climbing trips in Colorado.

Kudos, Comp!

Mick


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Oct 8, 2001, 12:12 AM
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 Thank you Mick

~T.J.


Partner russman


Oct 8, 2001, 7:30 AM
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now what you need to do is add a little message to the top of the page. If you go to edit right next to the stats button...you will be able to go in and say somehting about CO. and hype up your area. Check out the WA, Utah, and many other to see what we have done. Somethign for ALL mgrs to do is make sure they pump up their state and get others to help input info.


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I think that's an excellent idea and a chance for us, CO climbers, to pump our favorite places and where a visting climber would find the best crags.

Mick


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Oct 9, 2001, 12:32 AM
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 Russman that had been on my agenda since the first day I was made a manager...its up now so check it out and tell me what you think.


Rck_climber I just looked at the Turkey Rocks area and I would like to thank you for all the hard work you put into it and all of the other areas you have added or updated.


Partner russman


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good job comp. lets all keep it up and now your challenge should be to help recruit others in CO to help add beta to teh whole area. This is the tough part. The more the hands the lighter the work for all.

See Ya


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I just want everyone to know that I have the coolest and hardest working area manager on the site. No ass kissing just honesty. Kudos Comp.


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 I just split the Front Range into two regions....its now under "Northern Front Range" and "Central and Southern Front Range" I did this because I have a feeling when I add the Flatirons and the surrounding areas it would have made the "Front Range" region too big. Tell me what you think....and if any of you have done the Flatiron climbs add the route you climbed.

Thanks, T.J.


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Oct 13, 2001, 11:15 AM
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Oops I forgot to add that they are split approximatly at Denver...hence Eldo and the Flatirons are now in "Northen Front Range" and areas like Clear Creek and North Table are still in the "Central and Southern Front Range" region.


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