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Comments by N_Oo_B (38)


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If that is flight of the dead souls area, she's come up the otherside of the lower part..it's a diff climb that I can't recall name atm. makes me curious =] I've been up there 5-6 times this year already.. working my way into the 10's.

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5 out of 5 stars bolts or not, the pic is awsome.

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^lmao

I just got back from crater lake today (didn't know there were any climbs in the park)

holy crap it's cold even for june.. 40-50ish with 20mph winds.

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Leading via Pink clip?
grats on the adventure of leading

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lol tobacco eh?

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5 out of 5 stars Sick looking climb

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5 out of 5 stars Wow. I hope he's hiding a bolt he just clipped..

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What a nice guy, rated your pic a 1 and then was super possitive.. =P

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The Mace?

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cute.

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4 out of 5 stars omg chobos!

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5 out of 5 stars not overhanging enough.

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strangly...people don't even climb the crags around here it seems.

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buttshot..but I like what was done with the sky.

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O.o who climbs with glasses on?

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4 out of 5 stars pretty cool setup. from a carpender's point of view I look at it wondering if you have hinges it joining each sheet section. Would be pretty sweet way to make it very adjustable as long as it stayed ridgid after you locked the new angle into place with the side braces.

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looks pretty sweet man, maybe one day Ill check it out. Soon as the new guide book is out I'd love to check out some new crags in that area.

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cool for an outside wall

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as a professional carpender, I don't think you need anything bigger than what you have...as long as it's attached bomber. we have 4x4's installed under 1000's of lbs of porchs all the time, but they are directly under the beam or attached with metal brackets. important to attach upright support properly.

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just wow..very nice.

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fish eye 4tw. good use of a unused bedroom.

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5 out of 5 stars Relics > oldschool

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fingers taped? must be looking for some crack climbing eh?

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the small avatar version isn't detailed enough.. O.o

get a better shot with you flexing like a testosterone filled jock. lol j/k

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My house. 16ft tall taking up about 15+ sheets of plywood surface space. I have about 3-5 sheets of space left to build, but I haven't decided what to do with it yet.

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untie and clip in?

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=\ can't see any holds you're actually using except the right hand..

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4 out of 5 stars dad...put the camera down and the belay duty starts now.

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Interesting looking rock. I like it.

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RIP. I've been sending routes you bolted lately, Props on some nice climbs.

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I can't see for sure, but are you clipped into only the waist loop of your harness? if so, why?

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props

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That water looks warm and inviting ;)

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2 out of 5 stars pretty lame to rate your own pic. Ill balance that out for you now with a low rating despite the pic.

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please bigger picture!

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4 out of 5 stars sweet

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Oregon, USA. Crag with a 100-200ish trad routes, about an hour north of Smith.

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5 out of 5 stars Nice send Gordy. I can't wait to climb pitch 3 now!