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Comments by andy_lemon (119)
Great photo quality... it is a nice clear picture.
Dude... Is that your Canadian Arse?
Polarwid is the Daisy Duke of the 2000's!
This is the ULTIMATE furniture bouldering problem ever! I first saw this problem done in May of 2001 (Derby Fest Weekend) at Miguel's. It really takes some abs to come up the backside!
Pete- Of course you don't "get it". That is why we are "midwest sport climbing woosies" as you like to call us.
Stellar Shot! I wonder who took the photo???
Did you get a little sun?
I know Pete didn't lead a 10b... Did he aid it?
Is that Micheal Jordan? lmao
Yvette... can't wait till we get together again in Southern Illinois... you can tell us your climbing stories. Cheers!
Nah... its <b>M8+</b>. lmao
Way to go Fiend... She is a 10! lol
Don't worry man, we all have the thining hair thing going on... and I'm only 21yo. Nice shot Fiend!
No kidding Spike... look at all them walls still needing climbed!
or could he be a rugby player? :-)
No way dude! He is doing pull-ups on that thing.
It looks like the twin of "Yosemite Slab" (V2) at Jackson Falls in Illinois. Nice shot JB.
Excellent shot of "Framing". Looks like you took photography classes. lol
Were is the <b>Cig</b>?
That freakin' rocks, your hardcore! :-)
He wears socks because he climbs nasty offwidths... if you have ever done a nasty offwidth you can figure it out for yourself.
The law of "Original Horizontality". Rock laid down in perfect horizontal layers. Excellent geological feature... and it can make for good holds! Nice shot.
WoW! The pic disorients my perception.
What happens if he falls? "AHGGG! I'm smashing my junk!" LMAO
What is the name/grade of the problem?
Awesome B&W shot... I don't think it would look as good in color. It makes the sign stand out more because it is the dominant white.
The rock looks like an <b>orange overhang</b>.
A crux is the hardest part of the route, the 150ft of scrambling is the hardest part of the route.
I am not the damn Cheeto monster... that SOB is gonna get an a$$woopin if I ever run into him. I had to vaccuum up his mess for days.
I told you we did!!!
Awesome route! The best 5.5 in the East!
Nice reflection! You should have moved the moss out of the way.. hee hee
What is on the end of the lense? Is it a special effects filter? Definately a 10+ for originality.
She is using her chin! What a briliant idea! Is that within bouldering ethics...? :-)
Great looking crack! A phatty!
A 5.13 slab?! There is a god!
Do they plan on going <b>DowN</b>?
Dude, where has climbingscared been? He hasn't been on this site forever... obviously he's been climbing! Nice shot Jaybee.
Now the route is completely bolted...
I love buildering!
Your freakin hilarious... look guys ^^^ a comedian, she's gonna be here all week! :)
What's wrong with your hair? Looks like you caught the mold plague... lmao
Nice photo! Good angle.
WoW, the healhook monster! Nice shot, great border.
On Fusion you do a SDS then traverse left along the lip, then climb the arete. This guy is 'working' on the traverse... it says so in the description. Anyhow, nice shot.
Dang... might want to think about stripping some of those holds off and putting them through the wash. *Cough* Chalk dust.
You don't have to leap, there is a bomber flake on the back side that you traverse to reach the boulder he is jumping to. I've never seen anybody jump the gap but it looks pretty CrAzY?!
I've always wanted to see someone attempt that line... I can't wait till it finally goes down.
WoW, I didn't think Sunset Park was that kick ass. Nice shot.
Who cares about the depth of field? You can see the girl can't you...? :)
I know, like they all wear the same clothes too.
nice sequence... good photos.
I bet those draws were hangin already...
<b>BOULDERING RULES:</b> Rule #7; <font color=red>"Never boulder underneath another climber."</font> :)
That dogs hardcore! I'd be taped to the gills!
Eh! Look at the plane. Nice...
Dang, those bolts are close together. Nice shot.
That painting definately sets the standard for the "artistic" category.
Flood? I believe that is a lake formed by glacial runoff.
Awesome! excellent angle, nice quality, great depth, shows the route, and a pretty chalk bag. :) Only the heartless bastards will vote this down.
heck with spotting... I wouldn't soil my shoes for somebody else either. :)
p.s. <b>CUTE</b> chalkbag t-bone... :)
I just want to say this is the best boulder problem in Indiana, hands down.
I hope everyone can see the RC.COM sticker on the back of my helmet.
Nah... the belayer is on higher ground guys. The rock is on an uphill slope. First clip is about 15 off the ground if you are directly under the bolt.... where the fall would take place.
Hey, how come no one has said, <b>"Where's the pro T.K.?"</b> I thought that was the newest phrase? :)
Tim looks ripped... he must work out.
The cliffline is around 35ft... give or take.
Yeh, this is the route. We don't know who put it up, maybe Joey Redmond?
Funny you say that Climbsomething... I remember climbing with my shirt off that day too. However we were all hiking in long sleeve shirts and fleece. lol I know we were hungover, I wonder if that had anything to do with it?
I love this picture... very nice job. You should definately be thanking the guy who had the spray paint can, he had the biggest impact on your photo. :)
He's the police!!! Everybody hide their alcohol, this is a dry county.
Go white boy, GO! :)
Dude, that is hilarious. You should post the pic on the bulletin board at your school. LMAO
I've always been a little sketchy around people who put dates on their pictures... think about it, why would you destroy a picture with a date unless you planned on using it for evidence?
Yeh, I remember one issue about Red River Gorge were the photographer had a guy run laps on this route because he had the moves wired and was going up to easy...
Man, I'm sure that's a nice climb since its at Endless but the grass growing at the top makes me think your climbing some choss pile in Ohio. lol
That is just an amazing shot. The only thing that I don't like about it is the far left mountain where the snow is yellowish. God must pee to eh? lol
Single mom? Surely not for long.
Hank, this route is located behind "King of Kandahar" (5.10b FA Griggs & Smith) on the seperated boulder.
I bet Simon doesn't like Christoph's style of spotting.
Ms. Russman, I would think that the bright pink pullover would be a dead giveaway to your daughters gender. She's definately a hottie. In about 15 years that guy on the left in a camo hat will probably be hunting boys her age, rather than animals in a forest. :)
Man, the holds are so close you could place gear on that thing!!! I'm bringing my rack...
Loving the black streaks!
That's the funniest thing I've seen on this board in years. *Claps*
Doug, you are a walking fashion statement.
Nice perspective on "Fine Nine"... I saw the picture at first and had to read the caption again, makes it look like a different route! I can't believe no one has mentioned the runout going to the anchors... nasty fall from there and it sure doesn't get any easier. Sweet pic!
Follow the pattern, just like at the gym... lol Cool climb.
Yeh, that's a tarp. I remember it being freakin muddy that day.
That's the best shot of climbing gear on the site...
Dang, I need to rethink what I'm wearing to the crag...
You should not have an opinion unless you are worthy of your words... ;)
This is probably one of the top 10 butt shots on the site... just look at the rock, that is one of the coolest things I've ever seen. I love Bloody Nose.
I'd say this is one of the most intimidating 5.7's I've ever seen.
Nice boat! How much?
Nice route! Look at that undercling sloper... that's funny I posted a comment on this photo such along time ago I forgot about ever seeing the picture. If I didn't read my previous comment I would have never remembered the stylish hair!!! Bwaaahhhaaa
Is that a Eureeka tent?
Look at that rope drag... this route needs to have the first bolt repositioned.
That's not called blury, that's called depth of field...
I think the term you guys are looking for here is "hyper classic". ;)
I think it says, "Hold on tight or you may fall". I'd like to say, I hate people who paint on rocks, but the combination of the painting and the climber really rock. Nice shot.
I'm pretty sure he is trying to move the boulder.
I like the lake... looks like a nice community in the background.
Stephen, that is gross for sure!
I think she is calling for more slack!
25 foot climb? I thought she was on a big wall! Oh well, picture is still great.
That looks like Reine climbing, who is the chick belaying him?!?!
sweetarts, that is an excellent idea. Nice job on the motivation.
I actually had a 5.6 sport route on the front page... great pick though! Cool route.
yeh, that is the boulder that was in "The Road".
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