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Comments by jaybro (33)


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Who put in those anchors?-Jay

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Nice, good timing. haven't done that one, looks great!

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Great photo!
What the hell, I only know of two people who broke a foot doing that move.

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Cool stuff! ... if only she'd learned how to rack ...

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very, cool. I asume you use a different one on the approach. What about stemming? do you have an El Matador foot?
Say hi from me to Rev Brumbaugh when next you talk with him

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I can feel my forearms scabbing just looking at it, nice photo and nice effort on the part of the climber.

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You Are the manny!

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Looks like fun, was it?

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Would have sworn it was Sherman granite!

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I love it! The whole point of sport climbing IMHO, is to make steep, cool, unlikely looking climbs like THAT possible.

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cool photo in a cool place, 10-4, tslater

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Cool shot! Great go for-it on the part of the climber!! Inevitable karmic payback for racking like a sportclimber, though; hahaha!

"Trad dyno?" Where do you think dynos started??

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Great photo! If the facts are as you state, Mr Decker needs to grow up, unfortunatley at our collective expense. Sadly, not the first person, either.

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Great shot! That jump is purely optional, of course. A friend of mine has had two different partners break their feet in that showboating move.
Ow, on the other hand is almost always essnetial on cool desert towers.

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It's almost a great photo, nice colors, compositon, etc, but, at first glance, it looks like she's standing on the ground. Is there one showing more 'backgound' below?

Probably looks less that way in a larger print, than on a small section on a screen.

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WAY lame

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great photo, sketchy bolt, the way it looks, anyway.

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Sophie and Dad, again, I applaude you!

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Man, looks like you got a winner for your first. And then a wandering photographer. Life's not all that bad. Nice work!

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I have no idea where this is, but I want to go there and do it! thanks

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Nice! where is this one?

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Nice. Key beta! throw the foot over and rest, totally shake out, nap, even, then do that last move (gotta figure that one out on your own , though i've never done it the way he's attempting.)

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Nice photo! But don't people usually solo this in flip flops while drinking tall tooth's?

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How can you not, solo a crack as sweet as that?

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Cool pic! might have done better with a rack sling (doesn't look like a situation to have a heavy butt). where is this?

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Cool pic! might have done better with a rack sling. where is this?

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I like it a lot, the varying sky density is weird, but nitpicking, really. Nice job!

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Look at that. Some people can climb 26 pitches and look fresh as a daisy, I am not one of those people. Cheers!

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Looks cool, Mark, how did I miss that one? So much to do....

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Cool stuff! so, what route is that? Nothing in that city park is un-named!

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Not the way I did it on FA. But the more I learn about Shanti, the more convinced I am that she follows her own path, though she knows how to take inspiration from others, and leaves even more for the next person.

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That, young woman has some moves!

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Mike, What size? How hard?