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Comments by timstich (52)


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Hey Juliana. Is this the Parking Lot Wall?

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Hey, cool perspective view. So that sex book is still there, eh? The pages just keep getting more and more ragged.

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me too

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Hey, I saw that view a few weeks ago. T'was nice.

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Looks like Roni, but I can't tell exactly. So who's the climber, Trip?

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4 out of 5 stars Thanks Mr. Ed. Nice work, I might add. Glad you are working hard and puting in great long routes in the Potrero.

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Duh-oh! Sorry Valeria. My mistake. :-)

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More shots of Valeria coming soon.

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So is this "Walk the Dog"? Kind of looks like it.

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Man, this is a sweet photo! I love the texture of the rock. Without the person in the photo for scale, you have no idea the size of the cracks. So that's in Penitente, aye? Since it will be a short drive from the new place, woo hoo!

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Thanks dude. Having a hell of a time taking photos in full shade, though. They do seem to clean up once scanned. The prints of this are lackluster. Got some new ones of Valeria today, some pretty nice.

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4 out of 5 stars Beats bouldering, that's for sure.

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Hey cool! A very nicely composed New Wall photo. Hard climb for the likes of me.

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Hey! These comment are red by children who need to learn how to spull and have grammur needs. You shuld have said, "Nice ass. Can I touch it?"

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Wow, pretty impressive slab route there. Definitely not my cup of tea. Lead a few of those and pretty much felt sketched on every second of it. Nice lead.

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5 out of 5 stars That line is called Top Choice, and it's a real b*itch. I could barely follow it. So Gary looks like Mr. Bean and Nicholas Cage, eh? Heh. So who do you all resemble?

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The first part of this climb is surprisingly doable. I was able to do it without hanging the first try by using pre clipped draws. The holds here are huge as are the feet and you can rest in several places. It's the crux higher up that shut me down again and again.

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4 out of 5 stars That's about a 28-30 ft. drop there at Thurmond Cove, but varies with the lake level. The water at that particular drop is very deep, so bottoming isn't a problem. Happy to say that I finally got to top out that line before I moved away.

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5 out of 5 stars Sill eeee.

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5 out of 5 stars Now this photo is clearly above an 8 in quality. You out there rating it lower are nuts. The water in the background is way cool. Nice image all around.

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Just look at that sack, man.

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4 out of 5 stars What's the closest town to this route? I might have it in my guide book for the area.

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5 out of 5 stars Hey Kristen, resubmit this one larger. I want to use it for my screen saver slide show!

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So there exists another climb named Mr. Slate. Looks even better than the Texas one.

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nice

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There's some bolted climbs here and there, some of them quite old. You should see the manky bolts below Wolf Mountain on the bluffs.

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Very cool.

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Is there a bouldering problem on that brick wall behind the girl? Am I missing something?

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The sphere is named "Rover" and it is a guard of the island. Just try to leave and you'll see.

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damn window washing panhandlers.

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That pictures looks like the scene at a hobo convention underneath any municipal bridge. It takes years of experience to acheive that. Good work.

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Looking forward to the trip, Tracey.

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5 out of 5 stars Ha ha ha! This is hilarious.

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Now I have to go out and buy some beer.

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crimpers4lyfemofocankissmyayzz.

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Wait. He's missing a bottle of Shiner Bock, spirited through the border of course.

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Standard Texas Belay. Chuff4Lyfe.

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Is dinglestyle related to dingus? Dingles are showing up everywhere. Nice to see the ladies objectifying some men.

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Those don't look edible, but they are pretty. I have some pics of the edible kind, mostly from the boletus family. They grow that big and larger. The gills are more sponge-like with no ribs.

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Kate The Taunter. And this picture is weird? Pfffft.

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4 out of 5 stars Nice picture. Good, sunny weather makes the sky look nice. You be in a Madrock ad for sure.

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Bob Monson
Burt Bronson
is there a connection?

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manteats

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That's a pretty windy summit as it is. To walk a slackline between those peaks is pretty impressive.

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Very cool point of view. And the little chalk smudges at least give some form to the black clothing. Next time you take photos, you might want to wear something brighter.

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The photo has been solarized, yo. Old skool photomanip now easily done with the P-shop. Looks cool.

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Is this dawn or dusk lighting? It's nice to see some warm colors.

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Very cool shot.

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Short compared to other routes in Colorado, but a feckin' long one compared to Texas routes. Ha ha ha. Lucky bastids.

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4 out of 5 stars What are you talking about, kman? The camera isn't tilted at all. Or were you joking?

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Very nice lighting in a traditionally bad setting of full shade. It's great when that warm light hits the subject just so.

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5 out of 5 stars From the thumbnail I thought this was going to be a shot of a boulder wearing a pad walking into the scenery. Ha! Such a beautiful area. No wonder you guys were giddy.