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Thunderbird Wall Topo

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Topo of the Thunderbird Wall. If this size proves to crappy to read, PM me for a better copy. Maybe someday the RC.com people will realize that topos need to be high res, and that a good topo is far more valuable as a web resource than a bunch of amateur action photos (imo).
Submitted by: rockprodigy on 2006-06-20
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Thunderbird Wall Route line

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Photo showing the path of the Thunderbird Wall Route. The free route is marked in yellow, with the original aid path marked in green.
Submitted by: rockprodigy on 2006-06-20
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Bugaboos Parking Lot

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This is the trailhead parking lot for the Bugaboos. Note the chicken wire used to keep porcupines from eating your undercarriage.
Submitted by: rockprodigy on 2006-03-23
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Devil's Thumb Summit Ridge

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Nearing the summit on the exposed knife-edge ridge that forms the peak of the Devil's Thumb,
Submitted by: rockprodigy on 2006-03-09
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Devil's Thumb Summit Register

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This is the original summit note left by Fred Beckey after the FA in 1946. Pretty cool.
Submitted by: rockprodigy on 2006-02-23
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Janelle on Devil's Thumb

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My lovely wife Janelle following me along the summit Ridge of Devil's Thumb. My friend Marc, and brother Mark are behind her on the ridge. Mt. Burkett and the Burkett Needle are in the left background. This photo goes out to Marc Springer who was killed by rockfall two days after this photo was taken. We love you Marc!
Submitted by: rockprodigy on 2006-02-23
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The N  Face of the Devil's Thumb

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A blurry view of the N Face of the Devil's Thumb through the window of the TEMSCO helicopter. Our pilot's name is Wally.
Submitted by: rockprodigy on 2006-02-23
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Tenshi 2

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The Tenshi at 11,000' on the way to the summit of Mt. Blanca in Colorado in February.
Submitted by: rockprodigy on 2006-02-06
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Tenshi 1

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The Tenshi at 11,000' on the way to the summit of Mt. Blanca in Colorado in February.
Submitted by: rockprodigy on 2006-02-06
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Tenshi 3

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The roomy Tenshi with the integral vestibule extended (newer models will have a full size vestibule included).
Submitted by: rockprodigy on 2006-02-06
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Tenshi 4

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The interior of the roomy Tenshi, by NEMO Equipment.
Submitted by: rockprodigy on 2006-02-06
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Tenshi 5

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This is one of the side vents on the Tenshi. Note the zipper slot which allows the vent to be deployed from inside.
Submitted by: rockprodigy on 2006-02-06
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Tenshi 6

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The apex of the Tenshi from inside showing the three vents. The two side vents are deployable from inside the tent, via the two zipper openings. The middle (front) vent is cleverly positioned to vent the head space of the tent with the Condensation Curtain installed.
Submitted by: rockprodigy on 2006-02-06
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Tenshi 7

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The front of the Tenshi with the Condensation Curtain (white) installed.
Submitted by: rockprodigy on 2006-02-06
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Tenshi 8

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The apex of the Tenshi with the Condensation Curtain installed. Note how the front vent is designed to vent the head space of the tent with the CC installed.
Submitted by: rockprodigy on 2006-02-06
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Tenshi 9

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The front vent of the Tenshi shown from outside. Note the clever little pole which holds the vent wide open, even in fowl weather.
Submitted by: rockprodigy on 2006-02-06
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Tenshi 10

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The Tenshi's carrying case with stake and pole pouches and a compartment to stuff the tent. It all rolls up into a nice bundle.
Submitted by: rockprodigy on 2006-02-06
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Tenshi 11

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The Tenshi all rolled up. That's a 16 oz. MSR fuel bottle there for scale.
Submitted by: rockprodigy on 2006-02-06
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Periodized Training Calendar

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This is the road to greatness.... My 3-4 month periodized training calendar.
Submitted by: rockprodigy on 2006-01-05
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Beginner Hangboard Training Log

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This is a "form" I used to record my Hanboard training sessions back in 2003. Notice the variety of grip positions, number of reps and sets, the weight I used, and my comments on that particular set.
Submitted by: rockprodigy on 2005-12-19
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Advanced Hanboard Training Log

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This is a "form" I used to record my Hanboard training sessions these days. Notice the reduced number of grip positions, and increased sets and reps.
Submitted by: rockprodigy on 2005-12-19
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Campus Board Training Log

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This is the form I use to record my Campus Board workouts. Each column is already set up for the left "L" or right "R" hand, then I record which rung each hand goes to for each rep in a set, starting from the top and going down as I go up the board (so the writing is opposite of what my body is actually doing). You can see the "reactive", or down-campusing moves are where the numbers get smaller going down the column.
Submitted by: rockprodigy on 2005-12-19
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Hangboard Set Up with Weight Removed

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This is my sweet hangboard set up with my beautiful wife, Janelle, posing for me. Notice the two pulleys used to REMOVE 25lbs from Janelle during this particular set. Note the stopwatch immediately in front of her and the chalkbag at the ready for chalking between reps. Also, the hanboard is hung just at the right height for her.
Submitted by: rockprodigy on 2005-12-19
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Hangboard set up with Weight Added

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This is my sweet hangboard set up with my beautiful wife, Janelle, posing for me. Here she has ADDED 25 lbs by hanging it from her harness with a daisy chain. I recommend getting the weight as close to you as possible, so it doesn't swing around. Note the platform underneath her. This is used to raise her up to the hangboard. If you have 60 lbs hanging off you and you fall of the board, you don't want to fall very far, furthermore, you don't want to fall on some sketchy pile of books or something either...make it sturdy!
Submitted by: rockprodigy on 2005-12-19
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The Sickest Campus Board you've ever Seen!

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This is my campus board...it's sick! I have four different rung sizes right now, and room for one more. Each column of rungs is labeled A through E, and each rung is numbered 1 through however many rungs there are. This makes it easy to record the moves. Columns B, C and D are Metolius Campus Rungs, column A is Nicros Campus Rungs, which I don't use very often.
Submitted by: rockprodigy on 2005-12-19
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