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Comments by fishman (23)


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thats awesome, wish i had gotten into climbing when i was that young!!

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the route is called nothingness, 12 c/d if done ground up. stemming it is more towards a 9

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sweet pic. yea, about the mag thing, i think its in a metolius ad maybe??

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very cool, nice shot too

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Congrats, its a sick route

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awesome route but unfortunately the top is too dirty to make it real good

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siiiiiick

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it still blows my mind that people could static that. i love that route.

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thats an awesome pic

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good work man...i had to stem it ;) btw thats not midget didgets but rather pressure sensitive. MD is 5 ft to the left

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dang i still thought he was 80 feet up util i read your comments!!

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is this fish eyed fool? looks more like witchy woman to me

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congrats on this being in the new rock and ice!!

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sweet, i like the flash hidden by the tree

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what are you in for? um...rock climbing

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agreed...or just use the blur more naturally

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i static'ed this last friday in 34 degree weather with snow coming down. if you're strong you dont have to be tall to reach it. keep left hand where yours is and jam your right toe where yours is and just crank it

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true no climber but nice shot. i was at the base of the west end of holiday block two weeks ago noticing the beauty of sundown on this same sandstone

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was this this fall? do i know yall? did yall come with trey? haha if the answer to all of those is no im gonna feel like an idiot...

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how did i miss the dyno on this route? i didnt even see where you would do it. also i think thats the same fixed draw that is still there

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sick pic, love the route, nice framing

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yeah, dont think it would be too hard to top out. cool photoshopping, i like how shes spotting herself

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the crack isnt an established climb...nor is it really a climbable crack, its 2-3 ft wide and ends about 10ft up