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Comments by spiffdog (12)


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Nice photo, but I agree with pete. Bolted cracks? What is this France? Doesn't someone own a crowbar down there?

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5 out of 5 stars Wes takes a great picture. It doesn't hurt that his camera freakin rocks.

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5 out of 5 stars Hey that's me standing in the shadow. I think that's my fixed line hanging from the top of four. The guy on ZM was whining quite a bit about loose stuff.

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5 out of 5 stars Hmmm, I'm not sure. I thought we decided it was 32 on the climb itself? The tip of my left big toe is still slightly numb over two months later.

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4 out of 5 stars Having taken the shot, I guess I'm a little biased, but I voted anyway! My favorite part is those vintage shoes!

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I think I may have seen this guy. I was setting up on Zodiac at the time. Were the Korean guys camped at the base of the trip around the time you took this?

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5 out of 5 stars The bolt is actually a lower-off point, hence the long distance between the bolt and the next piece. The runner is there for cleaning purposes.

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I think she could break me like a twig.

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4 out of 5 stars I took it on Sunday, August 31.

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Yosemite granite!

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No, seriously it's Yosemite granite. That's the leaning tower man. If you want to see that enormous roof at the top of the picture up close, check out my other pics.

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Great shot. Gear-nerd comment: is that really a quickdraw clipped directly to a piton? If so, it should really have a tie-off. Once he moves past it, the rope may lift the quickdraw until it inverts and the gate could be sitting in the eye of the piton. If he falls while it is oriented that way, the biner may catch and be subjected to seriously unhealthy torsion. Looks like clean air though!