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Comments by slcliffdiver (8)


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Climbingcowboy you can go this comming summer on the pontoon boat trip with us if you can get to WV. I thought the route area would show up I'm editing the caption. The trip was a blast over a mile of cliffs mostly over deep water (in the Summer).

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Thanks leaverbiner it was at summer pool level. It gets a little deeper as you move left for a while. The water level is a little over 30 feet lower now 10/11/02. Mark's a gymnast with cliff jumping experience it's amazing how well he could land pushing of from the cliff.

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New wall paper. Along with the rest of the pic, I love the silver/grey pattern in the grass. One of my favs, top 3 definitely. Thanks.

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5 out of 5 stars Wow stunning. Yes please repost this at medium or above. Or are you going to charge for that? Forget I said that.

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5 out of 5 stars Cool! Thanks for the laugh. Now how about a date;) Edit: Just thought I'd balance your original RCC photo composure with a "typical" RCC comment. Just for balance of course.

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5 out of 5 stars Awesome! Kids really do get to what's important sometimes. I want that pic upside down on a t-shirt so all I have to do is look down to de-grinchify myself on bad days. I'd like to see this pic on the front page of one of the climbing rags as a not so subtle reminder of what the true spirit of climbing is about. Thanks for the smile on my face Hillary and awesome climb Kaityln.

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4 out of 5 stars Nice, is this the infamous Niles? My way down generaly starts out with a commitment to jump and then realizing near the top how good down climbing is for technique:)

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I liked the focused serenity in Kadies face. This pictures represents what I like the most about trad; when you can have the peace and focus of being in your own little word. Where as if you were sane you'd be scared or safe on the ground.