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tdock14


Nov 5, 2008, 9:19 PM
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Slab to the right of south america  (North_America: United_States: Tennessee: Eastern: Little_Rock_City)
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Anybody know the slab problem to the right of South America?


patto


Nov 8, 2008, 12:25 AM
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Right of South America? That would be Africa. Unless your name is Palin it's a continent not a country.

It has a slightly bouldery start but just get your toe right above cape town and crank up and over Namibia. There is a stance at Angola where you can place a #2 Camalot at Lobito. Pull up through the Congo and Gabon and slide a #.5 in at Malabo.

Take a deep breath and move quickly through west africa, there is a nut placement in Ghana but be careful not to pump out. Pull through the roof and easy ground follows through Senegal to a top out at Morocco.


tdock14


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Did you know there is a country in Africa called South Africa? I love when smartasses like you try to voice their political opinions in a totally unrelated post... do the world a favor and pull your bottom lip over your head and swallow.

I am talking about the boulder problem at Little Rock City, Tennessee (Stonefort) to the right of the boulder problem called "South America"

Anyone who climbs frequently at LRC have any input?


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