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Comments by climballnight (21)


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Whoa! Gees, how many cams do you have? That's it!...I want you're rack. j/k

The number of cams in the wall looks like the first time I lead a dihedral...LOL...shortest pitch I ever lead... ran out of pro hand had to sling together an anchor early. Ah, those were the times...

Solo aiding though,.. .good skill to develop should the unspeakable ever happen.

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That's a sweet gear sling,... overlapping loops? What kind is it?

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I love it! Yeah, why is it that every picture I get with a helmet on it is always sideways too?... hmmm... could it be that really I'm a dork too? LOL

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Wow! Do you have a larger version of this for my desktop!?!?!

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I like it!

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Gees JohnnyK and Benpullin, you guys have no shame... well, at least no one can accuse you of not speaking your mind.

Lynn, wow! Very impressive stats. You must be climbing with some pretty good people to get so good so fast. I've only been climbing about a year and a half and well I, a guy, am inspired. Keep it up!

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Who wouldn't love trad climbing if this was their first day out? (it was mine) -- sbclimber

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Nice shot. The shadow of the rope is pretty cool. Is that climb on the Cachuma Pass road? The rock looks more solid than most of the stuff I've seen near Santa Barbara. -- apollodorus

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Thanks guys! Yeah, no snowboard, but we did have a plastic $5 sled. Spent half a day screwing around. Too much fun!

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He who free climbs 5.11 needs counceling. Whatever it is man, it can't be that bad.... get help! <br><br>;-)<br><br> j/k nice shot!

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...if its real...

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dang boz, I'm with climbingfree on this one. Yeah technical critique is cool and all, and I'm sure it's appreciated, but for a picture like this I'd tip my glass to the photographer first. ...Totally sweet AND inspiring shot!

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The road in the background is the 33. Not quite as far north as Lake Cachuma and the 154 I think you're thinking of.

- bret

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Class 5 rapids? Are you sure?...

Looks calm to me...

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Anyway, Wow Wow Wow! That is totally awesome. Nice perspective too!!!

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Sweet! Are you in an appartment or the dorms?

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Ah, well the guys ahead of us were calling it a chimney, but you're right,... more of a dihedral-to-arete move than anything to do with a chimney. :-/

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Holy cow! It looks like I only have 3 fingers.... uh I promise I another one in there somewhere. Well, that's me, king of the dumbfangled looking pose.

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Ah yes, I too eyed that chickenhead for months before I finally brought myself to lower down and hang off it for the camera. Sounds kind of silly, but even on TR it's pretty fun! (It's actually just below SW Corner on Headstone Rock. Cryptic is to the right.)

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If you have the intellectual maturity of a third grader, like me, you might be able to see the gun in his hand too!

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Correction, if you climb up too far before getting out onto the arete it can be a lot more difficult and it feels more like a chimney. I went back and climbed the same route some time later and got out onto the arete about 20ft sooner (lower). The latter method was a bit easier....

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This is Sespe Gorge, not Wheeler Gorge.