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Comments by trenchdigger (8)

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Should be titled "Digital Readout sends Josh"
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Nice! By far the best problem on that boulder. There's also an eliminate for the top - do it without reaching around the left shoulder of the rock. You end up cranking on little slopey dishes and crimps to work your feet high enough to bump to the decent holds up over the top. Spicy!
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Well, no, not the way you are. I've seen people bail out further left and that's definitely a different problem. There is another option for an eliminate (as there are with so many other problems in Santee) that involves avoiding the arete and forces you to crank on a tiny crimp for the right and a slopey dish for the left hand to set your feet and make the move to the good hold at the top.
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Strong climbing indeed! I challenge any of the neigh-sayers to style any one of those cracks let alone all three.
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Hmmm, you're right. Maybe I should challenge the HeeHaw-sayers... because they're Asses! ;)
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Nice, Gary! I like to do that one coming in from the left, starting on the side of the rock facing the camera. Not sure why... just enjoy the starting moves there, then stepping right into basically the same crux moves. Smeary hell!
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Rad problem, nice send, terrible video! Do over... ;-)
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Mmm yes... The Pine Mountain flies. Those suckers are relentless!