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Comments by mrdeadpt (6)

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At what point did his belayer wake up?
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Looks like perverted fun!
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Nice! Artsy-fartsy effects like the leaf-view made it more interesting than typical bouldering vid.
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This was really great to watch. I used to do the upper portion of this problem from a standing start on the two opposing holds. Kudos to you for adding the lower moves and upping the ante on this great line!
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Be sure to look around that central cluster of boulders. (There are a few outlying boulders with a few problems, but the vast majority are in the central cluster of boulders.) As you face your problem in this video, there is another, rather tall boulder over to the left about 70 feet. It also has a sit-start that leads into a problem on the downhill face that tops out at its highest point (and quite a few problems as well). I hope you really check the place out. There is a lot packed into a small area. I look forward to seeing any future videos from Emmaus--a place I really came to love.
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Also enjoyed this from my old "classroom". Lots more there. I hope to see someone do "Nemesis" from the sit-start on the "J-tree Boulder".