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My Rack

Average Rating = 0.00/5 My Rack

Unfortunately, this is not the complete rack. This is the set I am babysitting for buddy while he is out of commission for a little while. It's pretty close to mine though. The surfboard is for the weekends I can't make the 4.5-8 hour trip to the mountains.
Submitted by: bdplayer on 2006-06-20 | Last Modified: 2006-12-26
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Latic Acid Rain Shower?

Average Rating = 4.00/5 Latic Acid Rain Shower?

It was pouring down like cats and dogs, but as always, the Hole was dry as a bone. This is one of the local guides warming up on the 5.12d beauty. I got most of the way up as my warm-up only to find out I was a puss.
Submitted by: bdplayer on 2006-06-20 | Last Modified: 2007-12-21
Views: 2820 | Votes: 2 | Comment: 1
Through the trees (sm)

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This is the same photo as 'Through the trees' just zoomed in a bit more. Ryan took a little figuring out where to go, but nailed it pretty smoothly.
Submitted by: bdplayer on 2006-04-15
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Through the trees

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I shot this through the trees, through a small canyon formed by the boulders. The lighting this day was nice and overcast, making shooting in the shadows easier.
Submitted by: bdplayer on 2006-04-15
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Riding on the Waves

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Didn't really mean to take this picture, but it captured what I wanted much better then a lot of others that I took that day. These are my feet by the way.
Submitted by: bdplayer on 2006-04-15
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Surf'n the Wave

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Ryan slides from the crimper to the hold out of sight, jsut before toping out. Way to go!
Submitted by: bdplayer on 2006-03-18
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Hit It!

Average Rating = 4.00/5 Hit It!

Chandler's first day bouldering and he nailed just about everything he tried! We were climbing without a guidebook, so the name of this problem is unknown right now.
Submitted by: bdplayer on 2006-03-18
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Wipe Out!

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Wipe Out!

The Waves did a number to me.... I blame it totally on being on the wrong side of the camera. And new shoes. And hot weather.....
Submitted by: bdplayer on 2006-03-18
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The gang at the chill'n area

Average Rating = 0.00/5 The gang at the chill'n area

The area around the counter is where everyone hangs out and hashes out the day's climbing and catches up on what is going on with each other
Submitted by: bdplayer on 2006-03-17
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The quasi-realistic wall.

Average Rating = 0.00/5 The quasi-realistic wall.

This wall has an awesome crack that can be done layback or handjam. Some of us are trying to figure out how to do it all features, without using the crack.
Submitted by: bdplayer on 2006-03-17
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Climb On! Flat Wall

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The flat plywood has a large variety of routes ranging from fun and easy to stinking rough.
Submitted by: bdplayer on 2006-03-12
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West face Garden climb

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Even though it was the first day of March, the sun beating down on the rocks made for a beatiful day of climbing. Unfortunately, the scenery was spoiled by the ambulances coming for a free climber who forgot that the sandstone turns to sand under your feet.
Submitted by: bdplayer on 2006-03-12
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South Gateway Rock

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A view of South Gateway from alongside the face of the North Gateway Rock. Matt Frank slides his way up to the little cave belay.
Submitted by: bdplayer on 2006-03-12
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View of the Garden

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From the visitor's center, you are able to appreciate the jutting rock formations in context of the Pike's Peak backdrop.
Submitted by: bdplayer on 2006-03-12
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Wes on unknown climb

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Wes cruised right up this new climb, making it look easy. The specifics of the climb are not know at this time
Submitted by: bdplayer on 2006-03-08
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Autumn at Stone Mountain

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Even though it was mid-october, the weather at Stone Mountain was perfect. We were calling across the face to the other climbers, barely raising our voices. The acoustics across the rock are amazing.
Submitted by: bdplayer on 2006-02-28
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Evening on The Arch

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Mike and I became heros to a group of Brownies who were out at the park for a trip. They were yelling at us from the meadow, and when I waved back at them, it sounded like a rock star (heh) had just come on the scene. We ran into them on the way down, and had to answer questions for a few minutes. Their chaperones said we had made their day, along with a semi driver who had honked at them on the way up.
Submitted by: bdplayer on 2006-02-28
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The Long Walk Off

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After a long day of climbing, it's a rewarding feeling to reach the summit and savour the trip back down the the car. The walk over the top of Stone Mountain is always interesting because of the craters in the rock from from years of water. You can sometimes see little critters swimming around in them.
Submitted by: bdplayer on 2006-02-28
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Tilted World

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The view is spectacular from the top of the gorge. The view alone is worth the trip.
Submitted by: bdplayer on 2006-02-04 | Last Modified: 2006-12-26
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Kalithea Cove

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The water here is unbelieveable. What looks like 4-6 feet of water is closer to 15-20 feet deep. The rock juts straight up out of the water, and overhangs some pretty deep places making for some killer cliff jumping and awesome solos. Shoes were a must though, cause the rock's sharp as hell!
Submitted by: bdplayer on 2005-09-20
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It's a beautiful day!

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The morning started off gloriously as we entered the boulder field by the sea on the north side of Rhodes, Greece. This is me happy as a pig in mud.
Submitted by: bdplayer on 2005-09-20
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Kalithea Wall

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The cliff appears much smaller than it is from the road as you come along the highway. As you get up to it, it is really quite large. The weathered face of the cliff brings to mind the history that it has seen overlooking the grecian waters.
Submitted by: bdplayer on 2005-09-19
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Juniper City

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The only obstacle to topping out at this point was a ledge full of juniper bushes. Not too friendly since I wasn't wearing a shirt. I wanted to go around it, and might have been able to, but six months off the rock and no rope left me feeling like the vicious shrub was a better choice.
Submitted by: bdplayer on 2005-09-19
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Bouldering by the Aegean Sea

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This is Mike going for the top of the boulder. The tourists walking past seemed like they had never seen climbers in Greece before.
Submitted by: bdplayer on 2005-09-18
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Now That's a Chimney!

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Chimney climbing Colorado Springs at the house.
Submitted by: bdplayer on 2004-07-31
Views: 723 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 4
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