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Drew on The Flaming Moe

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Drew on The Flaming Moe

Drew sending The Flaming Moe (V4) Nov. '06.
Submitted by: cliffhanger9 on 2006-11-18 | Last Modified: 2006-11-20
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Adam on Teddybear(V2)

Average Rating = 1.00/5 Adam on Teddybear(V2)

Adam on Teddybear (V2), a nice finger to hand crack with sketchy topout. November '06.
Submitted by: cliffhanger9 on 2006-11-18 | Last Modified: 2006-11-20
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4 Wheel Drive Recommended

Average Rating = 0.00/5 4 Wheel Drive Recommended

Its likely NOT a coincidence that until now, there has been no Pleasant Valley section in the RDB. The first sign we saw on the Berdoo Canyon Road read "Road Not Maintained." Fair enough, they re still calling it a road. We continue on to find this sign, "4 Wheel Drive Recommended". Bah. Its just a wee little gravel road - they just put that sign up to scare off dumb tourists who think they can get through an unmaintained road with their sedan. Even if it doesnt, surely the next sign they see will - "Enter at own risk" - will. We continue on in the Dodge Neon. What?! its a rental car!!

If I was to make a list of things that I wanted to see and accomplish on this last trip to Joshua Tree, taking a Neon down a "enter at own risk" 4x4 trail at sundown was probably the last thing I could have come up with. Not recommended.

Machete and I prematurely step into our "badass" poses. If only we knew what was to come in the next 6 hours....
Submitted by: cliffhanger9 on 2006-04-29
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Robert topping out on Scuttlebutt

Average Rating = 3.20/5 Robert topping out on Scuttlebutt

Robert topping out on the Asteroid Belt area boulder problem - Scuttlebutt.

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Submitted by: cliffhanger9 on 2006-04-26
Views: 1401 | Votes: 5 | Comment: 1
Tim on Dubek

Average Rating = 3.50/5 Tim on Dubek

Tim works Dubek - mentally prepping for the next move on the featureless arete on one of the last perfect bouldering days of the season. Fall 2005
Submitted by: cliffhanger9 on 2005-12-14 | Last Modified: 2006-11-20
Views: 2333 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 2
Steve on L'Angle

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Steve on L'Angle

Steve one move to the finish of L'Angle with the look of determination.

Fall 2005
Submitted by: cliffhanger9 on 2005-12-14 | Last Modified: 2006-11-20
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Carl on Fluffy Clouds..

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Carl on Fluffy Clouds..

Carl moves up Fluffy clouds at the end of a great day of bouldering in fall 2005 at Nockamixon. Fall 2005.
Submitted by: cliffhanger9 on 2005-12-14 | Last Modified: 2006-11-20
Views: 2279 | Votes: 2 | Comment: 1
Bob on L'Angle

Average Rating = 3.38/5 Bob on L'Angle

Great weather in September 2005 out bouldering in the Nocamixon State Gamelands on some of Pennsylvania's delicious diabase. Bob works up the arete of L'Angle - a Haycock classic.
Submitted by: cliffhanger9 on 2005-09-12 | Last Modified: 2006-11-20
Views: 2232 | Votes: 8 | Comments: 3
Nice and loose...

Average Rating = 3.50/5 Nice and loose...

surfin it up in the 610
nice end of summer slack session

photo by bfallard
Submitted by: cliffhanger9 on 2005-08-29
Views: 733 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 2
whip it good

Average Rating = 2.00/5 whip it good

gettin my slackin legs back...

Photo by bfallard from the trees
Submitted by: cliffhanger9 on 2005-08-28
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Dan on unknown problem..

Average Rating = 2.50/5 Dan on unknown problem..

Dan is bouldering at high rocks on a warm summer day - section and route unknown.
photo taken by bigs

We later ran into an old man who asked if it was OK if he went skinny dipping in the creek. What a day.

Submitted by: cliffhanger9 on 2005-08-01
Views: 1528 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
Mike on Pete's Butt Swing

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Mike on Pete's Butt Swing

Mike going to the slopey finish of Pete's Butt Swing(V2).
Submitted by: cliffhanger9 on 2006-11-20
Views: 3854 | Vote: 1 | Comment: 1
Dr Milne on Vinson Masiff

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Dr Milne on Vinson Masiff

Although I didnt work directly with Dr. Rob Milne much during my time at his intelligent applications company in Livingston, I did have the pleasure of meeting him and some after-hours chats about climbing and mountaineering..
In June 2005, he died attempting Everest, the 7th and final peak on his goal of climbing the seven summits. He was working on IM-PACs, a system aimed towards more effective communications for mountaineers..

Here is a photo of Rob on the summit of Vinson Masiff in the Ellsworth Range, the highest peak on Antarctica, with the company flag (intentionally blurred) on January 13, 2004...
RIP mate..

Photog unknown..
Submitted by: cliffhanger9 on 2005-06-30
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Joshua Trees!!!

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Joshua Trees!!!

An evening storm rolling in...
40 chars 40 chars 40 chars 40 chars 40 chars 40 chars 40 chars!!!!
Submitted by: cliffhanger9 on 2005-04-04
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Turtle Rock..

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Turtle Rock..

Gorgeous first day of bouldering in Turtle Rock area...after knocking this off the rest of the group continued on to other problems in the area...40 chars yet?
Submitted by: cliffhanger9 on 2005-04-04
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Chip on

Average Rating = 3.59/5 Chip on "The Womb"

Chip ready to climb out of The Womb near Hidden Valley - dont know the proper area name - on monday afternoon before we went home..
Submitted by: cliffhanger9 on 2005-04-04 | Last Modified: 2007-04-12
Views: 2631 | Votes: 17 | Comments: 4
Steve on White Rastafarian

Average Rating = 2.50/5 Steve on White Rastafarian

JTree classic V3 - Steveo the Mason Guy on White Rastafarian
This picture makes it look so short - hardly does the top out justice...heh. note the rock in drop zone! Also, for scale, note that Steve is like 6'5" serisously.
Submitted by: cliffhanger9 on 2005-04-04
Views: 1021 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 0
The Outback

Average Rating = 2.50/5 The Outback

So this is The Outback. Spent a lillte bit of time until everyone finished Pinhead - superfuneasyfingercrack - JTreeV1 I think..
This is the side of Pinhead boulder - cant remember this route but talk about a slopey topout. dang. Lovely specimen of the Joshua tree thrown in for kicks
Submitted by: cliffhanger9 on 2005-04-04
Views: 744 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
RC.com Dancers...

Average Rating = 4.00/5 RC.com Dancers...

J_ung wrote:

What if climbsomething and maculated join the j_ung Dancers?!

Trixi, Trudi, Candi, Mandi, Suzi, Hillari and Kristi(n): Would they become less "Solid Gold" and more "Fly Girl"? NOW let's see how many clicks this baby gets!

Submitted by: cliffhanger9 on 2004-12-03
Views: 1649 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 3
The New River Gorge Bridge

Average Rating = 3.43/5 The New River Gorge Bridge

Normally, I like to rap down really fast. And why not? But this time I had to stop and take my time and admire the (until recently) Largest Arch Bridge in the world. Before it's construction was completed in 1978, vehicles had to drive down a very narrow and windy road to cross the New River Gorge.

Submitted by: cliffhanger9 on 2004-09-24
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catc

Average Rating = 2.80/5 catc

This is what it seemed like...at a favorite secret buildering spot at night, lit only by the bright halogens of a nearby baseball field...Dan stuck on the crimp of the crux of an unnamed problem....indefinitely.

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Submitted by: cliffhanger9 on 2004-08-02
Views: 634 | Votes: 5 | Comments: 2
Meyer-Womble Observatory

Average Rating = 3.50/5 Meyer-Womble Observatory

The Meyer-Womble Observatory is the highest of observatory in North America at 14,148 ft at the end of the highest paved road in North America providing access to Denver University's Astronomy program.

The Meyer-Womble was the highest in the world until they built the Indian Astronomical Observatory in Hanle, India in the Himalayas which sits at 14,800 ft.

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Fotog: cliffhanger9 ; June 1999ish

Submitted by: cliffhanger9 on 2004-06-22
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Mt. Evans Summit Marker

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You are looking at the United States Geological Survey Benchmark placed in 1955 registering Mount Evans at 14,258 feet above sea level.

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Submitted by: cliffhanger9 on 2004-06-22
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A true cliffhanger..

Average Rating = 3.00/5 A true cliffhanger..

so these little dudes just trot along all these sketchy rocks and then decide ot sit on the edge of a cliff. If this guy sat less then a few inches farther and he would be going for a little ride.

(little as in a few thousand feet)

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Submitted by: cliffhanger9 on 2004-06-22
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The infamous goats...

Average Rating = 3.80/5 The infamous goats...

The infamous mountian goats that are the trademark of Mount Evans like to trot along very sketchy rocks at high altitude. (no thats not C4 on his feet!)

this little guy is still sporting his winter coat - in late june. how cute.

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Submitted by: cliffhanger9 on 2004-06-22
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