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Comments by trevzilla (9)


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4 out of 5 stars I really like the Photo, but why is there a "halo" around the rock?

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2 out of 5 stars An unoriginal angle. Would be nice to at least see his face.

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4 out of 5 stars Gorgeous Scenery!

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2 out of 5 stars I think the subject is too small.

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Nice to see something that I recognize for a change! Good shot!

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No way. . .I see the cow skull in the only gray rock in the picture. Just below the line of trees. Kind of where the trees dip down.

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5 out of 5 stars Phenomenal! I agree with overlord. Can't quite figure it out but it is different from the rest of the photos on RC.com.

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Sorry...Haven't seen your comment till now!

The data on my pictures say they were taken 1-24-2000. Obviously that is wrong, as it looks a little warm to be January.

I think it would probably have been about 2005 or so when we walked it, so looks like you beat us for the send!

I'm looking for more highlining partners too! PM me if you are interested! I'm still in Bozeman!

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This is probably going to be long and drawn out for a photo comment...I'll try to make it quick...
My webbing is 1" tubular threaded with 3/4" tubular. The back up, although would be nice taped, I didn't want to hassle taping it as we would probably untape it later for a trick line. I also can't get out of my head that the looser it is, the safer it is, hence why the triple back up is so loose. Besides the triple backup being a little floppy near the end of the line, I found that it worked extraordinarily well. It slid through the biners fine, and all in all, gave me the confidence to walk had my main (and threaded) line broke.