Trad Is His Son

This route is located in the Southern Region at Courtesy Wall

And They Called It A Route


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Buenos Hermanos 5.10b (Sport) *

First Ascent: Jeff Castro, Dan Spalding in 2012
Length: 50ft
Bolts: 5 (report bad bolts/anchors)

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This bolted line is located right of Trad Is His Son. Climb iron oxide ledges to reach tricky slab climbing above.
Moves: Slab
Descent: Chains
Stays Dry: Does not stay dry
Owner: Private
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dfspau2 said on September 2nd, 2012
Dirty bottom, but the top slab is fun and balancy... will be hard for the grade to onsight
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Spikeddem said on September 4th, 2012
Hermanos Buenos?
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Dman said on September 20th, 2012
Good brothers its espanol
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whoneedsfeet said on September 20th, 2012
I don't speak chicken!
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Spikeddem said on October 22nd, 2012
Well, what I was trying to say is that in Spanish, subject-adjective order is switched around. Directly translated, Spanish speakers are saying "brothers good." Hence it, in Spanish, it would be "Hermanos Buenos."
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JeffCastro said on October 22nd, 2012
If the main purpose of the adjective is to reinforce the meaning of the noun, to impart emotional effect on the noun, or to convey appreciation of some sort for the noun, then the adjective often is placed before the noun. A grammarian might say these are adjectives used nonrestrictively. Another way of looking at it is that placement before the noun often indicates a subjective quality (one dependent on the view of the person speaking) rather than an objective (demonstrable) one.
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Anonymous said on October 22nd, 2012
A+ for providing a good answer, but unfortunately F- and expulsion for plagiarism! ;) Regardless, I stand corrected. :)
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Saxman said on September 29th, 2013
Why does this only have hangers for anchors? Left quicklinks. Please go back and put in proper anchors and give me my links back.
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whoneedsfeet said on September 30th, 2013
Aww poor baby you had to donate 5 dollars to the PMRP. Suck a dick.
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Saxman said on October 1st, 2013
Then you won't mind adding two of your own so ropes don't get twisted since all that dick sucking makes me incapable of carrying more than 2 quicklinks at a time.
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whoneedsfeet said on October 1st, 2013
Cookout in the sore heel parking lot this upcoming weekend. All donations will go toward helping Sacksman buy new quick links.
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dfspau2 said on October 4th, 2013
Had gear on the anchors when we put it up some one must have took it...
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thermalfissions said on November 1st, 2016
This route might be fun if it were ever climbed. Dirt and moss make the balancey friction climb up top progressively harder to the point of absurdity. At the finish, decide if you want to climb choss out left or grate down a mossy face on the bolt line to reach anchors completely wrapped in cobwebs.
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dfspau2 said on December 29th, 2016
http://www.metoliusclimbing.com/brushes.html Make Buenos Hermanos great again!