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Easy Volcanic Tuff

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Katie running laps on Chop Chop and Scorpio at Clark's Canyon. 11/1/06
Submitted by: jabarnes on 2006-11-03
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Caught in a corner

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Katie climbing the dihedral Scorpio Clark Canyon Eastern Sierra. Gotta love the Eastern Volcanic Tuff.
Submitted by: jabarnes on 2006-11-03
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A tasty treat

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One of the best climbs I believe in this section, Rock Candy is Sweet. The texture of the rock is unbelievable. 11/1/06
Submitted by: jabarnes on 2006-11-03
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Everyone likes candy

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Matt taking a quick trip up Rock Candy. A climb that must be climbed in this section even though it only goes at 5.8.
Submitted by: jabarnes on 2006-11-03
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I come from the moon

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Matt heading up Double or Nothing at Clark Canyon. One just has to love shooting photos at Clark. The rock is unbelievable.
Submitted by: jabarnes on 2006-11-03
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One giant leap

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Matt B (belayed by Katie) crusing up Double or Nothing on the amazing Clark Canyon Tuff.
Submitted by: jabarnes on 2006-11-03
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Not in Peruvia anymore

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Katie testing the flake on Peruvian Flake near the Royal Arches start, 10a.
Submitted by: jabarnes on 2006-10-31 | Last Modified: 2007-12-29
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Matt's first step

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Matt getting ready to mount the rostrum. Thanks to Sean for putting the lines up.
Submitted by: jabarnes on 2006-10-20
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Walking the Rostrum

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Me having a great day at the Rostrum line. Thanks again Sean.
Submitted by: jabarnes on 2006-10-20
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Chris on Tenaya Boulders

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A close-up shot of "Bro" Chris working the Tenaya Boulders near Tuolumne Meadows in Yosemite National Park.
Submitted by: jabarnes on 2006-10-20
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The crowd watches on

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Someone finishing up the Rostrum route made a comment about how it looked like a circus up there. Well here is one ring fellas. Slackin' at the Rostrum.
Submitted by: jabarnes on 2006-10-20
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Has anyone seen my hat?

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I lost my wonderful hat that day. Reward: Lost hat. Felted wool, girlfriend made it for me. At the bottom of the Rostrum somewhere!!!!
Submitted by: jabarnes on 2006-10-20
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Moonlight at Ryan

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A beutiful full moon night at Ryan Campground in J. Tree. Much more mellow in this area, and still some amazing rock to play on.
Submitted by: jabarnes on 2006-06-24
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Epiphany of a straight line

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Katie Slackin at a nice 80 footer set up at House Keeping camp Octotber 2005.
Submitted by: jabarnes on 2005-10-28
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Floating Nylon

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Katie traveling the line at the Housekeeping camp slackline in October 2005.
Submitted by: jabarnes on 2005-10-28
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Jeff on P2

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Leading out on Pitch 2 of Snake Dyke. Got caught in a little but potentially hazardous storm. The storm was just about in at this point.
Submitted by: jabarnes on 2005-08-07 | Last Modified: 2006-11-23
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Happy with exposure.

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Jeff on P2 of Snake Dike with storm moving in. The "crux" pitch with a tender 5.7 friction traverse.
Submitted by: jabarnes on 2005-08-07 | Last Modified: 2006-11-23
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At the helm of the cremated

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The one and only other party on Snake Dike this Saturday ahead of us. A bucket full of ashes?
Submitted by: jabarnes on 2005-08-07 | Last Modified: 2006-11-23
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ValHala

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After the 800' of climbing and before the endless third class slabs, we take shelter from the rain and thunder. Out of water, Jeff decides to capture a little rain water.
Submitted by: jabarnes on 2005-08-07 | Last Modified: 2006-11-23
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Waiting out the storm

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Hiding under a rock ledge, we wait for a storm to clear on Half Dome's Snake Dike. The 3rd class slabs above were a bit slippery after the rain and with all the gear strapped to our sides we resembled lightning rods. Luckily we survived.
Submitted by: jabarnes on 2005-08-07 | Last Modified: 2006-11-23
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Finally topping out

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After an hour waiting for the storm, and endless 3rd class slabbing, Jeff finally reaches the summit of H. Dome after climbing Snake Dike.
Submitted by: jabarnes on 2005-08-07 | Last Modified: 2006-11-23
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The inevitable descent

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After climbing Snake Dike, the necessary evil of the infamous Half Dome Cables. Luckily because of the Storm we were the only ones at the summit of the dome.
Submitted by: jabarnes on 2005-08-07 | Last Modified: 2006-11-23
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The Captain with a fluffy hat.

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Taken spring of '05 after one of many storms that moved through the valley.
Submitted by: jabarnes on 2005-08-02
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Splish Splash

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Katie Ronning sliding a line across the merced near House Keeping Camp in Yosemite Valley. This was when the river was high and created a cut-off perfect for a couple lines. Hope you tried the big one to the west.
Submitted by: jabarnes on 2005-07-29
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A new kind of

Average Rating = 3.44/5 A new kind of "Line Dancing."

On the El Cap swing up at the elcove. A beautiful day with some nice breezes to help pull you out.
Submitted by: jabarnes on 2005-07-19
Views: 677 | Votes: 9 | Comments: 7
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