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- Tue Mar 24, 2009 1:29 pm
- Forum: Climbing Community
- Topic: The ongoing weekend idiot report
- Replies: 647
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Gunslnga - Of course what I said was half in jest. I don't really want to see it come to violence. But climbers that care about the place need to lean on those who don't, and let them know they will pay a price if they don't clean up their act. Like you said, word gets around.
Thanks. My standard for webbing found in situ was to never trust a single piece, no matter how good it looked. I'd only trust a single piece if I was the one leaving it, right then. Otherwise, I'd add a piece, even if the original looked good. You never know the history of what you find in place.
Well, I guess Mark did the prototype work for them, and he wasn't even on the payroll. One of the funniest things I ever saw was a rejection letter from Jack Daniels distillary turning down Mark's offer to be an official "field tester" for their fine products. He had it framed and hanging over his d...
Soloing 13c is no big deal anymore. Athleticism in climbing is owned by Sharma, Graham, Ondra, etc. These guys could out climb 99.9% of anyone on any piece of stone. Larry, I'm sorry that you sound like a Nascar fan whose favorite driver has been beat. Dude, you are "projecting". At least I think t...
Tomo Cesen soloed 5.13c. Don't even know if he's still with us, as his chosen avocation was not only difficult but dangerous as well. But I'd bet that he could out climb 99% of RRG sporties on their turf, and 100% on his.
- Fri Jan 02, 2009 11:54 am
- Forum: Trad
- Topic: Bolt the cracks and stop hiding...
- Replies: 213
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Sadly, that's only a slight exaggeration. You know I dig some of the more "out there" traditionally protected lines, but I can't imagine doing trad routes exclusively in the red today. You'd have to be some kind of dope to not have any interest in sport climbing in the gorge. Sport is where it's at ...