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Gmburns2000


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stealing the PT?


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stealing the PT?

wooo!


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Hey dude. When are you hitting the road again?

My son graduates college May 10; I hope to be on the toad by the 11th or 12teenth.

Hmmm. I was hoping to squeeze in a day or two at Cannon before you jumped ship but the end of April seems pretty early.

Virtually out of the realm of possibility, but not quite 100%.

More like 98.7%, and chances are good that there would be no one else there. The locals are kinda skittish about having ice-loosened granite blocks the size of VW engines raining down around them.

Cowards.

I will add that the friction up here now is killer good. After a 4 month break from all contact with rock, my second climb du jour was a .10a/b slab that only felt like a 9+. I would even have jumped on my unfinished .11d proj if the key footholds weren't soaked in snowmelt.

Now to get some snow-munching rain storms, like we're anticipating on the morrow, to rid the last vestiges of snow so I can log some serious mileage prior to leaving. My lead head didn't seem to suffer too badly after the winter break.

Too much content

Should I resubmit this post as a graphic novel? Something with drawings and quotes in balloon bubbles?


Kartessa


Mar 11, 2013, 5:33 PM
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edge wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
edge wrote:
edge wrote:
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edge wrote:
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Hey dude. When are you hitting the road again?

My son graduates college May 10; I hope to be on the toad by the 11th or 12teenth.

Hmmm. I was hoping to squeeze in a day or two at Cannon before you jumped ship but the end of April seems pretty early.

Virtually out of the realm of possibility, but not quite 100%.

More like 98.7%, and chances are good that there would be no one else there. The locals are kinda skittish about having ice-loosened granite blocks the size of VW engines raining down around them.

Cowards.

I will add that the friction up here now is killer good. After a 4 month break from all contact with rock, my second climb du jour was a .10a/b slab that only felt like a 9+. I would even have jumped on my unfinished .11d proj if the key footholds weren't soaked in snowmelt.

Now to get some snow-munching rain storms, like we're anticipating on the morrow, to rid the last vestiges of snow so I can log some serious mileage prior to leaving. My lead head didn't seem to suffer too badly after the winter break.

Too much content

Should I resubmit this post as a graphic novel? Something with drawings and quotes in balloon bubbles?

Can you just upload it to YouTube? Eye dint reed tu gud


edge


Mar 11, 2013, 5:42 PM
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Kartessa wrote:
edge wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
edge wrote:
edge wrote:
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edge wrote:
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Hey dude. When are you hitting the road again?

My son graduates college May 10; I hope to be on the toad by the 11th or 12teenth.

Hmmm. I was hoping to squeeze in a day or two at Cannon before you jumped ship but the end of April seems pretty early.

Virtually out of the realm of possibility, but not quite 100%.

More like 98.7%, and chances are good that there would be no one else there. The locals are kinda skittish about having ice-loosened granite blocks the size of VW engines raining down around them.

Cowards.

I will add that the friction up here now is killer good. After a 4 month break from all contact with rock, my second climb du jour was a .10a/b slab that only felt like a 9+. I would even have jumped on my unfinished .11d proj if the key footholds weren't soaked in snowmelt.

Now to get some snow-munching rain storms, like we're anticipating on the morrow, to rid the last vestiges of snow so I can log some serious mileage prior to leaving. My lead head didn't seem to suffer too badly after the winter break.

Too much content

Should I resubmit this post as a graphic novel? Something with drawings and quotes in balloon bubbles?

Can you just upload it to YouTube? Eye dint reed tu gud




edge


Mar 12, 2013, 6:19 AM
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One inch of glorious, snow-eating rain predicted for today; local flood watch in effect until tomorrow morning.

The sooner the white stuff is all gone the better, I need to get on some dry rock.


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Mar 12, 2013, 8:55 AM
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Been raining like the dickens here. (anyone know where that expression came from? Does it rain a lot in one of his novels? Is it even spelled like that?) Hot and sunny all day, pouring rain in the afternoon. Dry rock = nada.

On the good front, project for grant is fucking hard, but a good session today produced excellent results. If we don't get the grant then we're confident this project will get accepted elsewhere.


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Mar 12, 2013, 10:14 AM
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Gmburns2000 wrote:
stealing the PT?
welldone


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Mar 12, 2013, 10:19 AM
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Gmburns2000 wrote:
Been raining like the dickens here. (anyone know where that expression came from? Does it rain a lot in one of his novels? Is it even spelled like that?) Hot and sunny all day, pouring rain in the afternoon. Dry rock = nada.

On the good front, project for grant is fucking hard, but a good session today produced excellent results. If we don't get the grant then we're confident this project will get accepted elsewhere.
could use a little more of ther wet stuff here. Dec started out good, but jan feb were pretty dry.


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donald949 wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
Been raining like the dickens here. (anyone know where that expression came from? Does it rain a lot in one of his novels? Is it even spelled like that?) Hot and sunny all day, pouring rain in the afternoon. Dry rock = nada.

On the good front, project for grant is fucking hard, but a good session today produced excellent results. If we don't get the grant then we're confident this project will get accepted elsewhere.
could use a little more of ther wet stuff here. Dec started out good, but jan feb were pretty dry.

Was hoping to get out this weekend, but it looks as if we'll need to put the final touches on the grant application this weekend. Have a friend from Alaska visiting family here this week and she wants to get out or at least to the gym. Not sure I have the time.


Kartessa


Mar 12, 2013, 10:46 AM
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Had another apointment for the kiddo today.

This was to meet with the Autism services team at the local children's hospital... We spent an hour arguing about therapies.

So the cliff notes:

- I need to take him for an assessment to see if he qualifies for IBI
- There is a 3 year waiting list for IBI
- As it stands, he's too high functioning to qualify, but I should apply anyway
- If he shows ANY improvement between now and 2016, he'll be denied therapy
- This therapy is designed for children under 5
- It is highly recommended that I apply despite the fact that its completely futile.
- The assessments take 3 appointments of 2 hours each


Kartessa


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*grumble grumble*


Gmburns2000


Mar 12, 2013, 12:19 PM
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Kartessa wrote:
Had another apointment for the kiddo today.

This was to meet with the Autism services team at the local children's hospital... We spent an hour arguing about therapies.

So the cliff notes:

- I need to take him for an assessment to see if he qualifies for IBI
- There is a 3 year waiting list for IBI
- As it stands, he's too high functioning to qualify, but I should apply anyway
- If he shows ANY improvement between now and 2016, he'll be denied therapy
- This therapy is designed for children under 5
- It is highly recommended that I apply despite the fact that its completely futile.
- The assessments take 3 appointments of 2 hours each

That blows.


Gmburns2000


Mar 12, 2013, 3:45 PM
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gahd damn i'm tired.


Gmburns2000


Mar 12, 2013, 3:45 PM
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sniff...

need a shower too.


ooowee


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
Been raining like the dickens here. (anyone know where that expression came from? Does it rain a lot in one of his novels? Is it even spelled like that?) Hot and sunny all day, pouring rain in the afternoon. Dry rock = nada.

On the good front, project for grant is fucking hard, but a good session today produced excellent results. If we don't get the grant then we're confident this project will get accepted elsewhere.

Because the only time one is bored enough to read a novel of his is when its raining its ass off outside?


notapplicable


Mar 12, 2013, 5:09 PM
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Kartessa wrote:
Had another apointment for the kiddo today.

This was to meet with the Autism services team at the local children's hospital... We spent an hour arguing about therapies.

So the cliff notes:

- I need to take him for an assessment to see if he qualifies for IBI
- There is a 3 year waiting list for IBI
- As it stands, he's too high functioning to qualify, but I should apply anyway
- If he shows ANY improvement between now and 2016, he'll be denied therapy
- This therapy is designed for children under 5
- It is highly recommended that I apply despite the fact that its completely futile.
- The assessments take 3 appointments of 2 hours each

FYL

Seriously. Dealing with bureaucracies like that will drive a person mad. Sucks dude.


notapplicable


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
donald949 wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
Been raining like the dickens here. (anyone know where that expression came from? Does it rain a lot in one of his novels? Is it even spelled like that?) Hot and sunny all day, pouring rain in the afternoon. Dry rock = nada.

On the good front, project for grant is fucking hard, but a good session today produced excellent results. If we don't get the grant then we're confident this project will get accepted elsewhere.
could use a little more of ther wet stuff here. Dec started out good, but jan feb were pretty dry.

Was hoping to get out this weekend, but it looks as if we'll need to put the final touches on the grant application this weekend. Have a friend from Alaska visiting family here this week and she wants to get out or at least to the gym. Not sure I have the time.

Not climbing every once in awhile will drive a person mad, also. Handle that shit. I don't want to read about how you cut both ears off for good measure.


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Mar 12, 2013, 5:13 PM
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donald949 wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
Been raining like the dickens here. (anyone know where that expression came from? Does it rain a lot in one of his novels? Is it even spelled like that?) Hot and sunny all day, pouring rain in the afternoon. Dry rock = nada.

On the good front, project for grant is fucking hard, but a good session today produced excellent results. If we don't get the grant then we're confident this project will get accepted elsewhere.
could use a little more of ther wet stuff here. Dec started out good, but jan feb were pretty dry.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_S7yNaEyo0


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notapplicable wrote:
donald949 wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
Been raining like the dickens here. (anyone know where that expression came from? Does it rain a lot in one of his novels? Is it even spelled like that?) Hot and sunny all day, pouring rain in the afternoon. Dry rock = nada.

On the good front, project for grant is fucking hard, but a good session today produced excellent results. If we don't get the grant then we're confident this project will get accepted elsewhere.
could use a little more of ther wet stuff here. Dec started out good, but jan feb were pretty dry.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_S7yNaEyo0

I bet OMB is the only one who saw ^that^ coming.


(This post was edited by notapplicable on Mar 12, 2013, 5:16 PM)


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notapplicable wrote:
notapplicable wrote:
donald949 wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
Been raining like the dickens here. (anyone know where that expression came from? Does it rain a lot in one of his novels? Is it even spelled like that?) Hot and sunny all day, pouring rain in the afternoon. Dry rock = nada.

On the good front, project for grant is fucking hard, but a good session today produced excellent results. If we don't get the grant then we're confident this project will get accepted elsewhere.
could use a little more of ther wet stuff here. Dec started out good, but jan feb were pretty dry.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_S7yNaEyo0

I bet OMB is the only one who saw ^that^ coming.

I didn't see it coming, actually, but I liked.


Gmburns2000


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notapplicable wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
donald949 wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
Been raining like the dickens here. (anyone know where that expression came from? Does it rain a lot in one of his novels? Is it even spelled like that?) Hot and sunny all day, pouring rain in the afternoon. Dry rock = nada.

On the good front, project for grant is fucking hard, but a good session today produced excellent results. If we don't get the grant then we're confident this project will get accepted elsewhere.
could use a little more of ther wet stuff here. Dec started out good, but jan feb were pretty dry.

Was hoping to get out this weekend, but it looks as if we'll need to put the final touches on the grant application this weekend. Have a friend from Alaska visiting family here this week and she wants to get out or at least to the gym. Not sure I have the time.

Not climbing every once in awhile will drive a person mad, also. Handle that shit. I don't want to read about how you cut both ears off for good measure.

what are you saying?


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
notapplicable wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
donald949 wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
Been raining like the dickens here. (anyone know where that expression came from? Does it rain a lot in one of his novels? Is it even spelled like that?) Hot and sunny all day, pouring rain in the afternoon. Dry rock = nada.

On the good front, project for grant is fucking hard, but a good session today produced excellent results. If we don't get the grant then we're confident this project will get accepted elsewhere.
could use a little more of ther wet stuff here. Dec started out good, but jan feb were pretty dry.

Was hoping to get out this weekend, but it looks as if we'll need to put the final touches on the grant application this weekend. Have a friend from Alaska visiting family here this week and she wants to get out or at least to the gym. Not sure I have the time.

Not climbing every once in awhile will drive a person mad, also. Handle that shit. I don't want to read about how you cut both ears off for good measure.

what are you saying?

You better gogh climbing


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
notapplicable wrote:
notapplicable wrote:
donald949 wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
Been raining like the dickens here. (anyone know where that expression came from? Does it rain a lot in one of his novels? Is it even spelled like that?) Hot and sunny all day, pouring rain in the afternoon. Dry rock = nada.

On the good front, project for grant is fucking hard, but a good session today produced excellent results. If we don't get the grant then we're confident this project will get accepted elsewhere.
could use a little more of ther wet stuff here. Dec started out good, but jan feb were pretty dry.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_S7yNaEyo0

I bet OMB is the only one who saw ^that^ coming.

I didn't see it coming, actually, but I liked.

The entire soundtrack is killer. Immersive.


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notapplicable wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
notapplicable wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
donald949 wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
Been raining like the dickens here. (anyone know where that expression came from? Does it rain a lot in one of his novels? Is it even spelled like that?) Hot and sunny all day, pouring rain in the afternoon. Dry rock = nada.

On the good front, project for grant is fucking hard, but a good session today produced excellent results. If we don't get the grant then we're confident this project will get accepted elsewhere.
could use a little more of ther wet stuff here. Dec started out good, but jan feb were pretty dry.

Was hoping to get out this weekend, but it looks as if we'll need to put the final touches on the grant application this weekend. Have a friend from Alaska visiting family here this week and she wants to get out or at least to the gym. Not sure I have the time.

Not climbing every once in awhile will drive a person mad, also. Handle that shit. I don't want to read about how you cut both ears off for good measure.

what are you saying?

You better gogh climbing

huh?

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