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Comments by slobmonster (33)
can you say "orthodontics?"
This is the *first* pitch of Women in Love, and it's AJ Jones, not Brown.
Looks as polished as Quincy Quarries.
I most defintely climbed the slot to your left. Oof, fists.
I can't even get my dad to drive seventy miles per hour.
jeeezis run it out a little more, eh?
tell the boys i'll see them in the creek for halloween...
I've fallen *above* there several times, where it tightens down to blue Aliens, but you're right above a rest! Learn to downclimb! Nice photo though. And I miss the Creek.
blurry = 2 MP digi + digital zoom... sorry.
I don't think you need to practice "schmuck" if it just, well, somes so damn naturally. This photo typefies what makes an otherwise perfect climbing area a rat-infested ship of urban fools. I cringe.
Full value. Three distinct cruxes, one per pitch. Mandatory runout. I wish it was nine hundred feet long.
you people really need to learn how to put in gear. and not whip so damn much.
Funny, but before ice climbing became as popular as it is now, the free-hanger you're humping in this photo was called the 'Schoolroom Pillar,' and touched down all the way to the ground, fat.
no reason to be a front page pic... i can see the pixellation without any blowup at all.
maybe if we all heard the real story we'd be that much more informed because of it? it's good old mark! cathedral ledge's very own chipping, drilling thug!
I hate that damned move, really.
NB the piton clipped above your head is still there, and it probably will be for years to come...
nice photo joe. the subject's focus is obviously intent. one *small* (and perhaps useless comment): it's not very often you have the chance to shoot a climb for which the name actually describes the route. slice and dice, from the ground, looks like it will chop you up and throw you out in pieces; perhaps getting a shot that conveys this might be the holy grail.
fear the mullet
What's with the freaking headlamps?
wow, he must have small hands.
I've TR'ed this line, and truth be told my feet were quite relaxed every time I *hung*.
No, you cannot marry my daughter.
I like the REI shopping bag in the corner.
This reminds me of some of the footage in the 70s documentary "El Capitan," with Leto Tejada-Flores, Gary Colliver, and two other climbers. An excellent film, worth owning.
exactly how many branches did she hit when she fell out of that tree?
I could not help but notice a line of bolts to your left in the photo.
There's nothing like a quick Diedre blast on a cool autumn afternoon.
There's also nothing quite like a Diedre slog on a schvitz-prone super-hot summer afternoon. Good job not sliming out of there.
PROUD nostril flare.
It is stiff for a 5.8. For a better shot of the same route, check out www.mountainhardwear.com, keep reloading the main page till the pic shows up.
Check out the Long Dong
One of my best friends sandbagged me on this exact route; the start just pissed me off. You should know that it really called "Hole in the Wall," at least by some desert rats in their fifties.
Where'd you get that *sweet* chalkbag?
beautiful photo... doesn't quite do justice to tha angle of the layback though.
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