One more time. Where is ALL THAT GLITTERS located? I'm heading to the gorge next best day to do that route if anyone would be nice enough to let me know where it's at.
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- Fri Mar 18, 2005 9:14 am
- Forum: Sport
- Topic: Approach shoes, what do you wear?
- Replies: 30
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I just got a pair of Boeing Anti-gravity Boots with a built in mini-keg, XM Radio, and a holo-projector with 5.0 surround sound. Im gonna give em a shakedown sunday... I like the govt. issue A-G boots. They take dilithium crystals and shot a wave of approx. 3ft amplitute and a rather slow frequency...
- Thu Mar 17, 2005 5:51 pm
- Forum: Climbing Community
- Topic: Mixed route at Torrent
- Replies: 42
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Or, telling the future generations that sorry, all of the good bolt locations have been used up you are just going to have to trad it. Just overlook all of the holes all over the place. They do make good wasp dens though.
- Wed Feb 23, 2005 10:37 am
- Forum: Training/Nutrition/Injuries
- Topic: Grip strength
- Replies: 18
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"To strengthen your grip, try this plate pinch from Strongman competitor C.J. Murphy: Place a pair of 5- or 10-pound plates together, smooth sides out. Pinch the plates between your thumbs and forefingers. Try holding the weights for 30 seconds. Add plates as you gain strength. And watch your toes."
Check out the ASCA website on how to bolt http://www.safeclimbing.org/education/howtorebolt "Corrosion Even in dry climates, climbers should use stainless steel bolts and hangers. It is also important not to pair stainless with non-stainless metals (i.e. stainless hangers with non-stainless bolts, e...