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gaston!

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gorgeous edge for a gaston. This move felt good after the crimpy direct start to Pendulum (5.10a).
Submitted by: vwha688 on 2006-07-21
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finding crystals for my toes

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working Pendulum on TR. It was 90+ degress that day and even the sharp granite was slippery!
Submitted by: vwha688 on 2006-07-21
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Brent pulls hard on Pendulum

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Brent working the cruxy layback near the anchors on Pendulum.
Submitted by: vwha688 on 2006-07-21
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Stoney

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sending the Direct Route (.10c) at Stoney
Submitted by: vwha688 on 2007-03-19
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Center Route Direct

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Submitted by: vwha688 on 2007-03-19
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more stoney point

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Submitted by: vwha688 on 2007-03-19
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Stoney!

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Submitted by: vwha688 on 2007-03-19
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too bad there's no leads at Stoney

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Submitted by: vwha688 on 2007-03-19
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Granite Point!

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Submitted by: vwha688 on 2007-03-20
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hand crack on Shagadelic

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leading the first pitch of Shagadelic
Submitted by: vwha688 on 2007-11-25
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1st pitch of Shagadelic

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off the crack and onto the slab (with one really manky fixed pin ;-)
Submitted by: vwha688 on 2007-11-25
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endless seas of granite

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Matt leads the 2nd pitch of Shagadelic.
Submitted by: vwha688 on 2007-11-25
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off belay

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getting ready to follow the third pitch of Shagadelic. You can see the second line that I trailed on the 2nd and 3rd pitches.
Submitted by: vwha688 on 2007-11-25
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Follow the leader

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following the 3rd ptich of Shagadelic
Submitted by: vwha688 on 2007-11-25
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mantle + high exposure

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finishing up the 3rd pitch of Shagadelic.
Submitted by: vwha688 on 2007-11-25
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crimpin' nobs

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Crimpin nobs on the recon TR for my R/X project route for the summer.
Submitted by: vwha688 on 2007-12-16
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foot work

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The beginning of my successful onsight TR attempt on "One Way Ticket To Midnight". This was the recon run since it was obvious from the ground that it was going to be hard to protect with clean gear and we didn't want to bolt. My success on this o-sight gave me a lot of comfidence about sending it on lead.
Submitted by: vwha688 on 2007-12-16
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further up the route

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Weaving my way though this amazingly classic Toulumne-style climb. Later to become my first first-ascent.
Submitted by: vwha688 on 2007-12-16
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FOCUS

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Reaching for a little magic dust. I had to focus more than ever before to earn this route. It was certainly more a mental crux than physical crux.
Submitted by: vwha688 on 2007-12-16
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Topping out

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The end of the recon run which ended with resounding success. Decisions will need to be made as to weather I should add a bolt in the middle of the most serious run-out so as to prevent decking but still make the route as natural as possible. Currently the route is un-touched and is definitely an R/X route with thin protection from micro cams and nuts after a long run-out (25') above a cam that, after a certain point, will not prevent decking.
Submitted by: vwha688 on 2007-12-16
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