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singletrackmike


Jan 14, 2014, 4:19 PM
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Carderock Jeff Farrar R.I.P.
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I started climbing at Carderock, MD in 1978, and if I've been there 200 times, I'd seen Jeff there about 187 times. Never have I seen him with a rope attached. He knew his routes well enough to forego that.
Tall and slim and good natured. Always ready to get into a coversation, though I'd never seen him confrontational. I can't begin to imagine why anyone would feel the need to beat this guy to death with a hammer. He'll be missed

http://www.arlnow.com/2014/01/14/report-arlington-man-killed-by-fellow-rock-climber/


climbingtrash


Jan 14, 2014, 4:58 PM
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Re: [singletrackmike] Carderock Jeff Farrar R.I.P. [In reply to]
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singletrackmike wrote:
I started climbing at Carderock, MD in 1978, and if I've been there 200 times, I'd seen Jeff there about 187 times. Never have I seen him with a rope attached. He knew his routes well enough to forego that.
Tall and slim and good natured. Always ready to get into a coversation, though I'd never seen him confrontational. I can't begin to imagine why anyone would feel the need to beat this guy to death with a hammer. He'll be missed

http://www.arlnow.com/...fellow-rock-climber/

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