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Comments by russman (34)


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I will take care of making sure OUR sponser sees this photo...thanx T and Brog. for ca great shot:)

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I am glat there is a lot of gear and a chalkbag aroudn to cover things up:)

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5 out of 5 stars I just realized...this is like a profile too. Nice shot man...This amazed em when I saw it this AM and approved it. Keep it up and glad to see a face too:)

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good link to the gym hotties too:)

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5 out of 5 stars I love to see pix of my home climbing area. I live like 10 minutes from here and can see this all the time. Great shot.

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are you implying that I am abusing my power as an photo editor to shamelessly promote my family:) maybe...but they are mostly all profile shots and in low quality...anyone else notice that but me and Jody:)

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5 out of 5 stars Krusty, that is were I saw this shot before:) out my back door back in 1980...wait I was only 5 then, but I remember. I helped this pic out a little by resizing it, casue I didn't want to loose it. I really liked it also.

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I too did not really like the way the rectangle label (or cout-out in this case) looked on the Cow-print bag. For other colors and designs, I think it will look good. The label will be in that sort of rectangle shape. As far as the top cinching closed, you can see the little draw right above the logo, and it closes pretty tight, I havn't put chalk in it to see how well it does, but I think it will bo OK...and stick Climbers?:)

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you like the cow design...that is still a virgin bag...no chalk yet. I have been waiting to get this whole thing rolling. I will be orderign the labels real soon and then about 2-3 weeks after that we will have them up. I figure within about 1 month. I hope you can all wait

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fo_d, what size are they..we can work on the size thing...that is not a big deal. Those #'s were more of kind of a general size. People even said those were huge

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My guess is that T. is the one with the stipe on her pants. I think I remember those pants. I was not there...but I clibed with her last weekend and I swear she wore those:)

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Patrick...nice shot...that was fast, born yesterday and you are sharing with us:) Congrats and that is great with the biner:)

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5 out of 5 stars I think I found them...but not sure. Man that is a big rock

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5 out of 5 stars I know you are talkign to me:) glad you got it back up. Sorry for the delete:)

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I resized so we would not lose a great photo. This is a great pic

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you really don't want to know what happened when he put his weight into the pull-down:) Lets jsut say he was not very happy when the top pitch came down ontop of him:)

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pretty great shot....wish we could see that little crab pic on the bottom of his ledge:)

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This cute little pup even eventually wiggled her little nose under the shoulder strap and was covering most of her eyes...she was a cute little pup.

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the rock is just straight forward Basalt colums. Volcanos in the very eary years and then a great flood in the last ice age carved out the Columbia River Basin and these rocks are part of that.

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I climb to stay on teh rock...if I start to slip...I go faster:)

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5 out of 5 stars Excellent pic of my home crag. That is cool. Bobbi even said...There is the Walkway...that is the Coulee. Great shot...see you guys next time.

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On a side note though....it really shows the way the whole Columbia River Basin was carved out very well. Noticed that after I hit submit on the last comment

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I like this one too Mike....just not as close to home as the other one:)

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5 out of 5 stars at the coulee...yea, proabaly gun shots:)

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4 out of 5 stars kinda scary looking man

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You will have to read more about it in the post in the general forum kman

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he is deffinatly fearless and hardcore....his harness is coming so I can atleast keep a handel on him

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very good big brother...he was very gentle. Even if Scobby Doo was on the TV above him.

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This is a typical shot of the area. Very cool, especailly since it is my back yard. You guys around here often? Drop me a note. Which pillar are you on? Drop me a PM

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thanx unrollingBonger....yea, I think we both played a hand in a major Kluster on that one...but, new rope at the base of the climb (had to undo teh plastic right there)...we were kinda excited:)

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well, it was a TR , but I was setting pro as i went...pretty cool

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yea, that rope is still pertty colors since we forgot it at home the next day and Robert had to go into town and buy a new one. still lots of red, white, adn grey

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very cool Hanger....and to my knowledge, there is a puter in there....and they are working on getting it linked to the other in the house....pretty cool man...but wait, where is that nice bright new YELLOW rope:)

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This may be part of the prob...I really don't ahve a fixed end. The one end that Shoudl be fixed, is in the direction I am facing here...and that is the end I was short an anchor by 25'....my biggest prob is the 80' distance from anchors