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CrackSlum


Oct 10, 2013, 6:31 PM
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Camping/Bouldering Trip
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Looking to camp and boulder next week in McCain Valley, maybe do the Lowenbrau Pinnacle if some hand has rope and hardware, all I have right now are shoes, chalkbag, climbing packs, and heaps of regular field gear. I plan on staying at least two nights, climbing all day each day until tips are shredded like taco meat. I always bring firewood and heaps of food & beer, partying under a million stars between climbing sessions. Will gladly boulder in Lark Canyon the whole time, just wanna get out there and lay my hands on some clean granite, feel that high desert sun, and chill out under the night sky. Any climbers interested, reply here, especially those with rope and hardware... will swap sailing voyages aboard my small (12') cartoppable boat for another shot at the Pinnacle. 420 and alcohol friendly, not into chemical trash... bring shrooms if ya got 'em, as long as they're not Death Caps, LOL. Old school local with decades of field experience, able to hold my own where outdoor adventure is concerned.


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Oct 11, 2013, 8:13 PM
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Random shots of the islands, random shots of the DK Fish, random shots of sailing the Salton Sea aboard the Fish when she had a Confederate theme, and other random shots pulled from file folders in this Jurassic Desktop Computer.

P.S. Looks like I can only load a few photos at a time, so I'll come back and post another round, as described above, aye?
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Oct 11, 2013, 8:26 PM
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Let's do a few more as I listen to this Academy Award Winner "8 Mile"---hey, WTF, they put Cypress Hill on the soundtrack a while ago, if only for a few seconds, LOL.

P.S. Salton shots to follow... all Salton Expeditions include mountain or high desert camping with heller climbing on the side.
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Oct 11, 2013, 8:43 PM
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Okay, there are shots of Culp Valley in this post, along with shots of our primo Salton Expedition 2013. Cheesy disposable cameras---all others would melt in that toxic brine---so photo clarity leaves something to be desired, despite the most excellent weather. Ah, well, I have a digital camera for the upcoming Salton Expedition II this winter, so f___ it.
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More Salton Expedition shots, and whatever else I toss in before signing off and watching a WAY better movie (although this one is hilarious). Any climbers here in Dago County [or nearby areas] interested in sailing and climbing, PM me at this site. ADIOS!!!
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Oct 11, 2013, 9:07 PM
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Wait, here's one more... no, make it two more.

The first is a shot of a handheld Korean fan, I just like the design, reminds me of old Town & Country Skateboard logos back in the f____g day, 10-4? That 3-way swirl is pretty radical, and I suppose there's some added significance to the overall design.

The other shot is poor in quality, but I'm gonna ask all of you RockClimbing.Com Heroes whether you can identify that peak... I thought maybe it was the Moose's Tooth, but all Internet photos of THAT peak look COMPLETELY DIFFERENT. A little help here...


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