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perfect. a luxury townhouse would clash with the feel of the whole place. and it's right outside of JTree

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i don't care. i still love her. those jammies had me at hello

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4 out of 5 stars well, grow in every way, learning to see things in different ways. weird, not weird, does it really matter?

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4 out of 5 stars who? me? (not offended, by the way :) just curious)

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4 out of 5 stars and don't she worry about the thing about the shoes going on the correct side of the harness. Consuelo has already got that down pat. she's already instinctively practicing this very fine point of rock climbing technique that many climbers aren't even aware of. she's a natural! her climbing will be great! besides, John Long's book only has 223 pages, but shhhhhhh... don't tell rokshoxbkr that

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4 out of 5 stars i'm glad Consuelo had a good laugh. as ear shattering as you put it, i'm sure hers is a lovely laugh too. well, on behalf of all who commented, please tell your sis she's very welcome. well, all except two, and those two know who they are. they really should bow before Consuelo and apologize, but hey, who am i to tell anybody what to do

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4 out of 5 stars yes, rokshoxbkr, of course. everybody knows that. if you don't, i suggest you review pp. 224-235 of John Long's "How to Rock Climb!", 4th edition. and stop yelling with so many question marks. you're going to scare Consuelo away

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4 out of 5 stars oh by the way, loving both sisters, is that the kind of thing frowned upon in mexico? i mean, i wouldn't want to create a stir when i start roaming down there

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4 out of 5 stars hey, Eugenio, please tell this sister too that i love her

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4 out of 5 stars personally, i see more than just muy caliente pin up beauty in this photo. honestly, what drew me to this picture is Consuelo's climbing ability and the very subtle and unassuming way she conveys it, which you can tell by the way her shoes are clipped on the CORRECT SIDE OF THE HARNESS! just like i do all the time! yes, it takes a very keen eye to notice these things. so please, all you nay sayers, simmer down and go take a good look in the mirror and ask yourselves why you didn't notice these things if you're half the climber you think you are

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3 out of 5 stars there're a lot of butt shots of yourself here. you sit there all day staring at these? now i worry about you

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4 out of 5 stars nice action pose

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3 out of 5 stars haha, i see the tongue now, on the bigger screen at home. thought it was hair across the chin before. squint and you'll know what i mean. never mind what i said before

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3 out of 5 stars ok, i won't love Melissa, seeing you still need therapy getting over her

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4 out of 5 stars anyway, please do tell Consuelo again i love her, and Danny Pajammie Girl, and sure, Melissa too. hey, any brother of hot sisters is a brother of mine, what i'll always say from now on. hasta luego, mi hermano

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4 out of 5 stars of all the pictures, i like the "I Wonder" one the best. not because a little of Consuelo is showing between the shirt and shorts in the back, i mean, sure, there's some of that. But really, that photo really gives a good feel of the whole place

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4 out of 5 stars yeah, dude, let's stop before we start giving each other funny looks. you do look like your sister, so i definitely don't want to risk getting any wires crossed. I'M NOT THAT WAY

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4 out of 5 stars hmm... the rating seems messed up. didn't come out what i entered. put in an 8. unless the 6 was already there and my 8 isn't showing yet (well, artistic integrity hit me hard, had to do what's right. the cropping is a little off. half of 15 is 7.5, rounded up because i love her)

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4 out of 5 stars ooo little bent pinkie. too cute. a 15!! ugh they wouldn't let me

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4 out of 5 stars nice. what's that big sheet of a mountain in the background? climbable? looks like might be mindblowing views from atop there

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4 out of 5 stars hmm will have to work on the trad skills then, or choss mountaineering. up the sloping left side, up the arete spine and across all the way to the right

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4 out of 5 stars man, looks like you all are having a great time down there. that's it. i'm on my way, with a trunk full of coca cola!

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4 out of 5 stars love these kind of photos

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4 out of 5 stars so wish i'm there already, like you all. all these towering sheets of rock. tempting and beautiful

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4 out of 5 stars beautiful silhouette. some people dangle one foot lower than the other too, to add more languid pizazz

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nice view. mountain where you are. mountain across the city. wow

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3 out of 5 stars nice. tucked away like a little gem. how much higher are the surrounding rock?

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3 out of 5 stars what a beautiful place

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4 out of 5 stars you be stylin'

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3 out of 5 stars nice. i like striking that kind of studly pose on the rock myself, especially when you can get that shadow of your back arm bending just right. girls love it

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3 out of 5 stars ok, casco, don't want to know what you guys are up to here. very high degree of difficulty, looks like, whatever kind of mounting you two are attempting here

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5 out of 5 stars did you yell out loud, "!SOY UN DIOS DE ORO!" too? it would have been permitted

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4 out of 5 stars so ready to hop on a plane, casco. waiting on a couple of friends whether they can too

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4 out of 5 stars floods?! is there a monsoon season over there?! should i come dressed in my wetsuit? and bring my surfboard or kayak? oh hey, when the streets get flooded, are you allowed to paddle around in a kayak? if my boat touches monterrey water first, i'll re-name it Monterrey Java

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you're doing this for money, petro? where's the environmentalist in you that decided to chime in to solve this smog/sepia problem? where's the little boy that once wanted to save the earth? it's the environment! our environment! you quit your job this minute and churn out a thousand of those babies right now and send it all around the world. one to Monterrey. one to The Valley in LA. we'll all love you for it. and you can stop by for food if you're hungry

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0 out of 5 stars couple of climbers we talked to. they continued on their way out. i thought a pan of the waterline would look interesting. snap-snapped away. wasn't even looking for the effect. the traversing figures just showed up when i stitched the frames together at home. thought it cool. shot similar ones and been playing with it since

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JTree is about 2 hours east of Los Angeles, near Palm Springs. it's a wide area with big and tall quartz monozite outcroppings uplifted to the surface by the faults way long ago. thousands of routes. many just a short hike from the few roads that wind through the park. joshua trees all around of course, and camping under the stars. trad paradise

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yup, beautiful blue

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0 out of 5 stars waves never all that great at Zuma. better to surf at Topanga Pt or Surfriders. still, after climbing, ocean's right there to dive in, even just for short rides

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0 out of 5 stars allrightallrightallright! the waves suck! the rock sucks! bolts all rusted! hangers all spinners! the chicks in bikinis are fat! the locals are hostiles! trigger happy parking cop is mad at the world! every kid is a pickpocket! sun causes extra cancer! sharks in the water! crabs on the sand! and and and all that sand is sahara hot! it's a DEATH TRAP! STAY AWAY EVERYONE!!!

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4 out of 5 stars great perspective. love it. so miss nc

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orange overhangs, all over, this and others. love it

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4 out of 5 stars aja! you're hanging out on Escorpion, at La Lulu

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Mi Dios! and another 5.12a at EPC too?! your sis or hazael or casco should've mentioned. i'd so like bow
before you in total reverence and stuff. you go,
braces girl!

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oh that's right, and the thing somehow ended up in his crotch, after wrapping his legs around the porch column

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actually i was thrown off balance by the camera clipped to my back. no one else even dared try with props clipped to them, if i recall

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first of all, it's just a photo. sorry you're so upset, rokshoxbkr. just people having a good time, you know. maybe someone liked the moment the photo captured, or the tongue piercing, or who knows what other reason. if you really want to make a statement against people over rating photos, you should do it the right way. that's right, contact the site administrators or hire your own private internet investigator and track down whoever voted on the photos and find out what scores entered and such. you know, do whatever you need to settle the scores with them, the people who actually did the voting. please, don't just scream and yell at me. i mean, i only put up the photos. i don't vote on them. do take the steps to be a RESPONSIBLE dick in the future. it's only the right thing to do. thank you

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5 out of 5 stars nice. looking forward to seeing it soon

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4 out of 5 stars most excellent and arousing form, and toe point on the heel hook. pretty sharp image from that distance too

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3 out of 5 stars dang! D is pretty strong. didn't realize. impressed. oh yeah, scored an extra point for bouldering with the wrap. very graceful

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3 out of 5 stars you can go back and edit that description text. but how dare you lied to us like that?! getting our hopes up, then only to bum us out with a much less arousing action shot of yourself. at least put on a bikini top. HOW DARE YOU?!?!

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3 out of 5 stars praying mantis style, i presume?

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tough lighting conditions. not sure what you could've done

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4 out of 5 stars very nice. love the ocean. you all aren't too far from it afterall

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4 out of 5 stars jeje

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looks like all that cling grip training around the wall behind the house is paying off. nice

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beautiful place

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no, not climbed, according to the local climbers

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looks like he's finding his own way up to that flake. did he make it? oh yeah, it's all about the bright orange!

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5 out of 5 stars yes, the grace, the beauty. who knew he's an OW sadomasochist

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4 out of 5 stars i was more amazed by how long tim's right arm was, reaching off to the side snapping this while having you on belay. yup, priceless, the expression

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oh wow

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hey hey hey! what's up with everyone's tears?! no crying in climbing!!<br>
love the zig zag. you go, girl

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3 out of 5 stars if kids are obstructing the hand holds like that, it's perfectly acceptable to grip them by the hair or neck and use them as holds to swing through

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5 out of 5 stars gorgeous place

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3 out of 5 stars so much green stuff now, and all that clear blue sky. i'll be back, with hexes and big cams for Andromeda :) <br>as for the nostalgia, this one magazine i read a while ago recommended like maybe you guys should get together at least one night a week and group hug for an hour, holding the bright orange webbing in hand. that helps. and yes, weeping will be okay during such heart achy moments

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3 out of 5 stars nice. so that's what was behind the clouds that weekend. got to love all that clear blue sky<br>oh yeah, interesting road rails you guys build down there. very abstract

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3 out of 5 stars if she ever wish to don bright orange as her climbing color, please do encourage her

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this is cruel. poor duck. dragged up the rock by the noose around its neck

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beautiful sun, sky, smile

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the slab start seems even trickier. fun roof

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so that's what you look like climbing without a hat

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nice. lots of rocks outside too in Colorado, heheh. come visit California also, you guys. JTree, Yosemite, Red Rocks over at Vegas. we'll go nuts :)

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from my partner's recollection: "couple of green or red Camalots and two nuts"

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5 out of 5 stars actually i like the feel of the capture. ultra high marks for that, and for the fact that doing so will apparently drive some people out of their minds, maybe even bash their own head full of angst into the nearest wall

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whatever happened to that guy at that rave party who had the gas spilled on his head and hair set on fire? hey, i know that car parked across the street!

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abby on the left and further away is taller, but the mountain with the snow is actually much taller than both the girls. must be some rare optical phenomenon captured for the first time in the history of photography!

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sunsets at the Buttermilks are absolutely amazing. when you see storm clouds rolling in toward end of the day, don't go. stay

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gorgeous. can't wait for end of july

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you're incorrect, sir. that's exactly the size they wanted to appear. i'd asked them myself.

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5 out of 5 stars what? are you trying to say us guys would only be distracted from her superb technique and sheer climbing fortitude by the generous peek down her cleavage, leading us only to drool all over and drone on and on about how good it'd feel to be holding firm handfuls of those, or rub up and down on them, or slobber wet and slick all over them, leading only to more fantasy lusting of wiping the floor or walls or ceiling with them and all other ajoining bare naked body parts? please, not all guys are like that. i gave this a 10 to get it to the front page so everyone male or female can learn to appreciate the climbing no matter how delicious a cleavage also happens to be on display

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4 out of 5 stars beautiful. brazil is so on the list. by the way, can you get away with just english, spanish, and italian? do i have to pick up portuguese too?

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3 out of 5 stars welcome to the climb and kayak solidarity! we may be small in number, but can beat you all upside the head with paddle in one hand and big hexes in the other

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wow. was there. didn't climb. will next time

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4 out of 5 stars love the view. so that's what the guidebook meant by "poor feet." can't wait :)

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these two you want to rope up. thin ledge, steep scree slope for 50' down. could get ugly. besides, haven't seen that many boulder problems up OW's and chimneys. wonder why :) but yeah, lots of problems here you can just highball

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is that a handkerchief?!?

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there're these fiddler crabs on the Discovery Channel. one claw much bigger than the other tiny one that they feed with. they joust with the big claw, to claim territory, and to pin the female crabs down while they mate. they didn't actually say that last part but i'm sure that happens too

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no no no, not just the ponytail and the high cut top. note also the chalkbag waist strap that resembles the top of a g-string thong, highly suggestive of a girl's desire to crank hard and yet afterward pleasure like a sex pet in the sack. now before pointing those cute little accusing fingers and crying misogynist or chauvinist pig, please do realize that since the dawn of time, females have latched skimpy strings across their crotch to make themselves feel sexiful and to turn guys on so that more guys would want to do you, i mean, them. so yeah, really, ladies, it's your own fault that us guys might have this kind of reaction. see, it's always the women's fault

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the X rating is from that Bartlett dude. if the flake does come off, you would die actually. the fallen leader would end up below the flake and perfectly in-line to get pile driven into the ground

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he knows the way. going up and right is very fun too. airy first step onto the dyke, long runout, big time swing potential for the follower. should be fine if solid on the grade, and creative with pro. more straightforward this way to the rap anchors

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that headstone in the background on the right is a good reference feature to locate Room to Shroom. after cutting west just south of the South Astro Dome and then curling north, you'll see that headstone way ahead on the left, opposite of Room to Shroom

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oh yes, now i remember what you said. after snapping your fingers, you went, "garcon, un plus cafe au lait. per favore. vamonos. chop chop"

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definitely more than a hug. deep affection there, maybe even love

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you must have other reasons to be so sore, xenu, "whatever" they might be. we'll work harder at having less fun just so you can feel better. seriously ;)
by the way, wasn't emulating any movie poster. we just felt like having an anti-pc moment, spur of the moment, hence the caption

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are you snapping at me again, snappie?

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4 out of 5 stars you're right. should've been moodier. free-solo is bouldering. i'm a boulderer now. less smiling and more brooding

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brilliant! such emotional content. so moving, and yet so... still

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4 out of 5 stars slip? no, no slip. i don't use chalk

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4 out of 5 stars thanks for the newsflash! stuff of legends

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bwahaha, good job on Rolling Blackout. we were all with you with every clip

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no such thing as "supposed," especially when you can reach high like
<a href="http://www.rockclimbing.com/photo/photo_show.php?list_sort=newest_p_first&amp;list_keyword=&amp;list_category=0&amp;list_filter_user_id=baja_topos&amp;list_comment_user_id=&amp;list_per_page=25&amp;list_album_id=&amp;list_CountryStateID=&amp;list_AreaID=&amp;list_SectionID=&amp;list_mode=approved&amp;list_period=None&amp;list_start=0&amp;id=62668">this</a>. don't say anything though when he racks gold camalots and up for
this and tries to jam a big cam into a small crack. brits are funny
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his legs too long to work the knee bar probably. oh the shortcomings of
being tall, hahaha. you weighing in all the way from Thailand, art?
taking a break from all those overhanging jugs, all that beautiful limestone? don't tell me you left your surf board at home

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3 out of 5 stars this girl drove right off the curb out of the back lot of Crossroads, thinking that was the smoothed over exit ramp. pretty endearing

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3 out of 5 stars the purple and green rope was dangling from the wide chimney roof of
PECULIAR TASTE BUDS, so must've been leading COUNT ON YOUR FINGERS. i
remember moving the yellow TR rope to my left out of the way for the
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glad you had a great time. fun weekend, despite the SUN rain clouds

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beautiful arete. ugly chalk

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someone's gonna scend this without all that white stuff on the rock and make you heavy chalkers look plain silly

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that white stuff up in the sky, that must be natural bird crap too, making like clouds!!

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"I AM GOLDEN LIGHT!" she proclaimed, on the way down Tahquitz

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cool! and this thing turns into an artillery piece at the push of a button, right?

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Yosemite Trip Report photo. thanks for gettin' with it

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4 out of 5 stars no! nonsense! that indeed is as super dangerous as it looks! pushing the limits of nuts thatness is what i'm all about. wild and primal and free, and sexually adventurous. uh, ahem, if you're a chick and you're totally turned on by this, go ahead and pm with recent photo and measurements and your kinks and maybe we'll, like, do stuff

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miss you too, choppie

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5 out of 5 stars of course he doesn't look happy, being exploited for cheap laughs, exploited for coerced cuteness. so sad to see. gone are the days when dogs used to roam free and climb whatever and however they wanted, scending perfect splitters and bagging fourteeners without a pack, without chalk and all that other crap. proud climbing heritage senselessly dissed. now they're dressed up like clowns and made to pose for camera or no dog dinner. the indignation is insufferable

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5 out of 5 stars that's what FFA means, as clearly stated. please re-learn your climbing terms, that or put on your reading bifocals. thank you

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Hobbit Roof has a crack in it. this one doesn't, hence .11c

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5 out of 5 stars a toprope can be kept taut to minimize a bad fall without the climber
aiding on it. just don't weigh the rope, and get up with what your
body's
got. many can do this. you can do that too, can't you? it's called
ethics. you know, doing
things the right way, and not give in to the cheating. you might want to
look
into that, if that's so impossible for you to relate to. by the way,
the belayer was sitting down the whole time (photo available), hence
not much pulling he could do in the first place. and if you
don't
think that kind of high step on basically a
half hand push-up is straining, you ought to go and climb that route
before
you feel qualified to discern what is "obvious." because otherwise
you'd be talking about a climb you know nothing of, as in talking out
of your ass, which would make YOU the MORON, which shouldn't come as a
surprise judging from the pile of garbage that is the bulk of your
consistently ridiculed posts. as for leading that climb, i was actually
the only one there who thought seriously of possibly leading that line,
listed as TR-ONLY in the guidebook. and the chalk comment is a little
private joke. of course they have chalk in 1976. but no, i don't use
chalk,
and yes, that's on trad leads, or anything else

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5 out of 5 stars no point debating when you still haven't gone out and climb that route
yourself. oh right, you haven't even been to JTree, so have no idea what
you're mouthing off about. here's a newsflash, moron. that route is hardly
climbed, as in JTree crystals in outstanding rope shredding shape. a fall
at that bulge roof is not only bad for the skin, but also bad for the rope,
which you don't know of course because, again, you're talking out of your
ass and still have no clue about what that specific route is like or anything
about climbing in JTree. that's my rope everyone TR'd on and fell on, and i
appreciated everyone keeping a tight belay. if you like to call BS, go out
and do that route first, or heck, lead it, and don't do it my way, as in
work out your own sequence, and uh, good luck not dying. you should heed
this same response given over and over to your posts on this site: STFU n00b!!!111

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5 out of 5 stars actually, i am bashing you for a legitimate reason, for being a loud mouth
n00b who doesn't know anything about the route in question (and luna for not knowing the definition of FFA). your reasons
for bashing are based on knowing nothing about the climb. if you've never
climbed a toprope where it's necessary to keep the rope taut, you should
get out more and climb more. and you can't love JTree if you've never been there, moron. you just don't qualify

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5 out of 5 stars nope, never said FFA = toprope. don't know why you want to insist that.
FFA
means First Free Ascent, as in on lead from ground up with rope, or
free-solo'ed without rope as bachar might well have done. i reminded
luna that's already clearly stated, as in i never thought the TR we did
equated to what bachar did on his FFA. you on the other hand were WRONG
about the rope not needing to be taut. you were WRONG about what the
move is like since you've never done the route nor been to JTree. when
you're WRONG and keep on arguing, that's what makes you a n00b that
needs to STFU. don't
know what you're still scratching at, other than desperately trying
to save
face after embarassing yourself. you acted out of malice with personal
attacks right from the start. i treated you like the jackass you were
acting. if you have problem with people treating you in kind, don't get
out of bed in the morning. the world is much too harsh for you. hope
all that is absolutely clear now

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5 out of 5 stars never proclaimed reg to anyone i've climbed with, sentinel, but i do
climb there just about every weekend during season. don't much care for
crowds, nor people with crappy attitudes, such as yourself. i haven't
seen you out there either, and don't really care to. pretty happy with the good company i've found. sorry our idea of fun upsets you so much

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5 out of 5 stars not mantling the handcrack of Hobbit Roof, joe. Hands Down, to
the left of Hands Off. it does have a crack but still a few moves up
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5 out of 5 stars i thought that exit speech was funny too. now that is waxing poetics, gull, you've come full circle yet again. and now that you have backpaddled your mad maniac personal attack to just "TR photos are lame," here's what's wrong with that too. this site doesn't disallow TR photos because, well, climbing is climbing. furthermore, sometimes a TR photo is there to illustrate a route. and sometimes, for many people, a TR photo is all they have. if that's something that makes them feel good and they want to share with the rest of us, i don't have probelm with them posting TR photos like you do, because i'm just not an a-hole like you. of all the people who chimed in, you're the only one with this gumbie dogmatic hatred of TR. so there, even your final spin on what justifies your lunatic rage, even that is based on you being an a-hole. bottom line is: you were WRONG, WRONG, and WRONG. admit you were wrong, just to yourself at least, and move the hell on with your life, if there is one. you're just a climber/nonclimber who doesn't know what he's talking about, one who can't afford not to be anonymous. a dime a dozen. and sorry, this photo stays. petition to remove denied. it's posted along with the heel hook one because the route is obscure and the crux move is cool. what other people think of your mad maniac spew fest, well, that's your problem. that was all your own making. you were just a total a-hole

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5 out of 5 stars hey baja....learn some english. "you" can be either plural
or singular. O prefieres que hablemos en espanol?...?asi puedes entender
mejor? And why aren't you off writing some faggy poetry or taking lame top
rope pictures or something? --gullwing19 (gullwing19's photos) <br>
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<b>ATTEMPTED DELETION OF POSTED COMMENT ABOVE BY GULLWING19 ON AFTERNOON OF 1/10/2006,
GONE MOMENTARILY AS OF 3 PM, BUT NOW RESTORED TO ITS FULL BIGOT GLORY</b><br>
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2006-01-09 -- the "you" here is singular. pretty obvious actually. you'll
just have to learn to read between the lines. then again, we already know
you're not that bright. sorry, you're the only one with the lame poetry.
just have a look at that melodrama of an exit speech of yours. pretty damn
stupid when you screw up even a simple exit speech. and i'm not hispanic,
by the way. glad though we're finally getting to the real reason why a closet
bigot like you is mouthing off

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5 out of 5 stars and jason, i'd just go to throw eggs at him... hahaha, or to take a photo
mug of him just so the world can attach a face to this humungous moron. yes, please do that for us, won't you, if you can? holy freaking christ

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5 out of 5 stars holy freaking christ. you truly are clueless. "laughing at you" meant you and only you, gull. there's a clicker button on here for disallowing baseless bash comments from pricks like you (now that you've admitted that yourself). but guess what, it's not clicked because you're this stunning embarassment that just, well, entertains us all. maybe you're just so dumb you don't even know what a joke you are

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5 out of 5 stars oh almost forgot, was out at JTree this weekend again, gull, while you
argued on the internet. JTree also said F U C K Y O U !!

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5 out of 5 stars hey, gull, i see you tried to delete your bigot comment mocking
the hispanics in spanish, thinking i was hispanic. you're a BIG PU55Y to try
to erase your bigot mess. of course it's now been restored exactly where it was,
so yeah, F U C K Y O U !

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5 out of 5 stars very gratifying to know, gull, that the real reason you're mouthing off
is because you're a bigot who can't stand what you saw in my photos. took some work, but we now know you for the bigot that you are.
you'll have to hunker down. there'll be more good times for me because life is
just that good to someone like me, as opposed to people like you. i now
make six figures. i get to live where i want to live. i get to climb
anywhere i want, with whoever i want, or not with whoever i don't want.
definitely not with a miserable loser like you, who has to
keep on rotting away at your piss end job that even gets in the way of
your internet appointments, meeting up in coffee shops just so someone
can laugh in your face. about as pathetic as it gets. and yes, in the
meantime, there'll be more photos of how much fun my partners and i are
having. there'll be more lead and TR photos of routes that you yourself
can't even do, and yes, and of good times with girls, and oh my god,
white girls even. if you can't stand it, go drown your misery with more
of that piss poor booze or go ahead and bash your useless head into
that nearest wall

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5 out of 5 stars oh yeah, for all the "blah blah blah," you're the one who mouthed off like a bigot <b>and got caught red handed trying to erase the evidence like a big pu55y.</b> right here for all to see. just a reminder

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5 out of 5 stars the more you try to bad mouth me, gull, the more it shows what a bitter bigot and miserable loser you are, all the more gratifying for me to see that what i do upsets you to that degree. and the more you hate on toperoping hard routes, the more your gumbieness shows. like i said, you just need to get out more and climb more. JTree in 10 days? good. i'll be out there that weekend too. let's see what you really got, if you're game. i can even point out the route in this photo, since you hate on it so much. heck, if you think its difficulty is exaggerated, lead it. it's right next to the campground. easy for rescuers to get to you if you crack your head open. say yes now. don't be shy. put up or shut up

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a cowboy riding into the sunset, just like the old days. magnificent!

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5 out of 5 stars you mean the "you" that you thought was plural and the poster came back to
explicitly point out to you that that meant YOU and only YOU? uh sure

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5 out of 5 stars this is a TOPO PHOTO, posted to highlight the crux on a route that most people
would walk by without noticing, not to vie for some photo contest top
prize. no one voted on it at the time, and that was exactly fine. until gull
decided to bash away, and not for climbing-related reasons, since he
didn't know what he was talking about. you're welcome to think it a crappy
TR photo, gull, that's perfectly fine. that's your opinon. but the way
you tried to bad mouth me here and in other photos and then turning out to be a bigot just
looking to mouth off, that's something else. i know a token apology is all that people like you can manage, so, whatever

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5 out of 5 stars yes, freeforsum, but still no comparison to JTree in march. full spring colors and perfect climes

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5 out of 5 stars sidepull, thanks for the "wisdom," but what's going on here is not
as simple as you think. your presumption that this photo is here for your
high vote is wrong. this isn't about the quality of a TR photo that gull's
been backpaddling to. took a while, but the real reason why he mouthed
off the way he did eventually became clear. if you can't see what this real
issue is, perhaps you could after some growth. and if all this is "a bit
too much" for you, you're not obligated to bother with any of it at all.
just leave it to others who are willing to dwell deeper into the issue and
pick apart the details to expose the real reason why some people act out
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sharp details, on the rock and the superhero

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cool colors

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nope, don't drive a lifted truck

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1 kilo is roughly 2.2 lbs, so 315 is about 143 kilos. for the fun
of it. and to get the pantsy bigots of the world all upset, that's fun too

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so is this something you can do too, gull, or yet another example of how <a href="http://www.rockclimbing.com/photo/photo_show.php?id=66788">a piece of bigot trash</a> like yourself can never measure up?

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5 out of 5 stars thanks, pete, good to climb and hang with you and the others again.
all this garbage here isn't just photo dweebness. more like some
closet bigot's last desperate excuse, because this photo wasn't even voted
on at the time, so even that is pure bs. the bigot thought he had a free
shot at mouthing off, jumped the gun, then came the nonstop backpeddling
through a litany of excuses on why he felt justified to keep mouthing off,
but none of which holds water, from not knowing anything even about TR to
screwing up by letting his bigot side show to being pathetic enough to get caught red handed trying to erase the evidence.
not like it's illegal to be a bigot. but if one's going to be a bigot,
then at least be a bigot with a backbone, and not some pathetic pantsie who
suddenly doesn't like how it feels to be ousted as a bigot and tries to lie
and squirm a way out with bs apologies. this photo along with the
comments is a revealing showcase of how a modern day closet bigot like gullwing19
is full of bs and, like a typical bigot, is actually dumb ass enough to get
caught being a bigot and sorry ass enough to try to re-hide it all. he volunteered
all his nonstop stupidity, so hey, why not. another roadside attraction.
a bigot freak in a circus cage on full display

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in the cold shade, no less. way to go!

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nice shot. thought False Classic Corner on other side was fun too

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way cool

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yummy show of leg

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real climbers don't need no stinkin' chalk. like said, chelo is way ahead of the game

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5 out of 5 stars a person of hispanic
or whatever else descent can certainly be a bigot toward someone else. if
you can't grasp this, then take it as yet more proof of your very limited
capacity to think or to see much of anything. take it as a clear sign to
shut that piehole. if you act like a bigot, then don't cry about it when
you're treated like the bigot that you are. as for toproping, even the
best climbers in the world toprope, and there are other toprope photos on
this site, on the frontpage in fact. only gumbies tend to think they're
above toproping as soon as they do a few leads, like a wet behind the ears
gumbie like you. like already said, you need to get out more. and your
backpeddling is plain and clear. you're the one who can't even differentiate
that from token apologies, which shows yet again how difficult or impossible
it is for you to even think straight. backpeddling and apologizing are two
different things. get with it, or get with shutting that piehole. besides,
if you continue to badmouth in another photo after making those so called
apologies, that makes those "apologies" downright lame, just like you're
lame from the start. it's just the way you are, gull, a bigot loser who
just can't help acting like a loser piece of trash, who is actually stupid
enough to get caught redhanded being a bigot. by the way, do you really
drive a gullwing, or is that just another loser pipedream?

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5 out of 5 stars you crazy crazy dude. guess no point then for sheila to spot. might as well step back and make like photog -- haha

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4 out of 5 stars beautiful mountainscape

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had no idea! could've done breakfast right there in the lot! mustard
omelet accented with fresh squeezed mustard. now that's gourmet!!

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yup, right by the water. really cool spot. need to go back and re-connect

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Before adding an area section, please look first to make sure what you want to add
isn't already there. The "Main Beach Face" section you added is redundant.
Those face routes are already covered under the existing "Face Routes" section
that's in plain view on the Point Dume page. And the approach to set TR
from the top is straightforward, neither difficult nor dangerous, unless
the person is a complete klutz. And one 60 m rope is sufficient for TR or rap.

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probably looking over at The Edge at that very moment, thinking
about who to tote onto that thing for some sketch fest entertainment.
i've seen her thinking things like that!!

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some traffic jam at that interchange that morning. but no road rage or flickage or anything. what a beautiful day

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cool rock, beautiful shot

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4 out of 5 stars yup, beautiful shot. not the norm, bec it's creative and good. great just the way it is

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wouldn't worry. someone will say how the rain will wash it off, or
that there'd be more erosion had chalk not been used. never
underestimate the power of denial. god forbid you're just a
self-serving chalk compulsive who could care less about the rock

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she suffers so for her climbing...

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beautiful rock, and a great looking route

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great capture

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i regret i have but only 40 hours per week to give to my corporation, and to the world at large to make life better for all

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love the hardness

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stop with the despondence! lash back! throw a rock straight up at the gods who'd ruined your climbing day. you'll feel better

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4 out of 5 stars nice shot! up there a week ago. beautiful place

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4 out of 5 stars nice exposure

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4 out of 5 stars very cool

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love the texture

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wouldn't pose like that after marking the rock with all that crayon! now we know what the perp looks like!!

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burly section there. love it!

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4 out of 5 stars cool view of the wide section

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4 out of 5 stars love the blue

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4 out of 5 stars beautiful spot

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ooooo, sinusoidal cracks...and tangential...and cosecantial!!

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very cool

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they make good soup. but too hot for the desert menu probably

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bellissimo!

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cool looking boulder

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we went up to the dry rock hoping the
storm clouds would miss us. not only it rained, but hailed too. we made cover, then left when it stopped hailing but still
drizzling. we went hiking in the Canyonlands, just as the caption says,
like exactly. people still know how to read anymore, or this kind of mindless stupidity pretty much goes without saying?!

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Labor Day weekend, with "spots of lunch" up at the Portal. i'm picking up these Brit phrases of late

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5 out of 5 stars we thought paul took a while to get ready that morning in the
back of that truck, putting together this orange and brown ensemble to
match the rock. good shot, hillary!

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5 out of 5 stars awesome colors. nice tribute

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yeah kenny!!

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4 out of 5 stars fun balance sequence

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we just pick a site that is to our liking and offer the occupants a big wad of cash. contrary to popular belief, money does buy you happiness. see that girl in the photo? that's right, she came with the site

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onsight, with a full-span albatross stem sequence to style past the vertical
fingers. and onsighting Hands Off too. man, who is this reno guy??!!1

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4 out of 5 stars cool orange. wear Phantoms, and you too could be stylin' up the Rostrum!

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5 out of 5 stars wow, great colors

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heck yeah, paul, come on down! nice most of winter out at the park

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pretty sure this is Leaping Leana, as you were about to HANDJAM!!

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this be The Suck For Your Solution. very enjoyable picture to look at, for some reason

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yes, on the left side of the same face

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the fun start

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cool roof. looks leadable

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4 out of 5 stars very cool

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4 out of 5 stars cool!

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good looking crack

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if you meant start by liebacking to the right instead, yes, that's easier. someone did mention afterward. oh well, .10d, harder, whatever. just went with what felt good and got the thing clean

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that be Step 'n Out on the far left side of the wall

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thanks, we love those! you got a bunch of nice shots that day. very cool. see you out on the trails, and out on the rocks!

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this was our first trip to this part of Colorado. a big thank you to Evan from Gunnison for climbing with us at Ouray and Taylor Canyon, and with me at The Black, to him and his gf Tina for letting us crash at their place one of the nights, and for their help the next eve when Maria was overdue on her peak-to-peak-to-peak-to-peak acclimatization run, even loaning their truck to me, a stranger, to go look for Maria late in the night. as said to Evan many times on the drive to and from Gunnison, this part of the world is a beautiful and wonderful place.

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normally i would. at the time, was more concerned about getting pumped out at a very awkward spot. worked out well enough, rope drag over roof not terribly bad. afterward, removed pieces below and above roof for partners' TRs