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Comments by thun (27)


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where's all the dogs?

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sweet looking climb. i'd love to make it up there and climb some of that sandstone!

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is that the best belay station? looks like the climber would hit the belayer if they took a whipper above that 2nd bolt. i should also add: cool pic!

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3 out of 5 stars screw this, i'm moving to new zealand

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Great shot. Impressive for a first climb. Gotta love E-Rock.

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short. simple. sweet. gotta love bull creek for a great after work bouldering session.

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First lead fall on an .11a, pretty impressive. I'm looking forward to working my way up to some of these backside classics. Cool photo...great texture and framing of the rock.

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4 out of 5 stars Pro sweat was my first true slab sport route. I must say it kicked my ass and scared the crap outta me. I can't wait to get back on it!

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2 out of 5 stars follow the flake down and left to see the rope.

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yeah, that looks and sounds like dead cats. the top out's hell, especially after getting pumped on the lower part. i got on this route thinking it was a 5.9, until i got right near the top and was informed it was actually a 5.10c. thank god it was well protected, heh.

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reminds me of those old computer generated images of spheres floating over water and checker boards...

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5 out of 5 stars rad.

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hike those feet up!

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i keep seeing those neon mofos over at seismic!

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And it's only minutes from downtown Austin. Can't beat it. Water's been nice and high with all the rain we've been getting in the first half of '04.

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great shot!

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Where in Reimer's is it at? Looks fun! Edited to answer my own question: It's at the War on Rugs wall...just added to the Routes DB.

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nice topo.

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holy crap, how much did all those holds cost?

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that's it...i'm moving to new zealand.

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crazy formation, dig it much.

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very dreamlike...great shot! specks from the scan (did you use a negative scanner, or scan the print?) could be cleaned up with rubber stamp tool.

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dig the hair

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holy crap that's a tiny photo

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hehe, a smeagol head would go nicely on that pic :)

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wow, cool lookin route!

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gripper = granite gripper, the annual competition at enchanted rock