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- Fri Feb 01, 2013 6:13 pm
- Forum: Front Page
- Topic: 4th Edition books are in and ready to ship!
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The "damaged" copies aren't really to much different from a "perfect" copy. Maybe a crease or a bent cover/pages. These "damages" happen the first time you take it to the crag anyways.
To much travel time! For that amount of time go to, smith, Squamish, Indian creek, tens sleep, the list could keep going on in just north America. Maximize your time, so much to see and do in the states.
One-Fall- Out of the areas I have climbed around the states, southern Spain, frankenjura, and ceuse NR and most of the tech routes would be a grade or 2 softer. I've mainly come to that conclusion after spending time in Europe, I thought the climbing was going to be aboUt the same but it is truly hu...
Wheatley, Sugar Magnolia. Your style. Save a few days to help me out on it. There is good karma in it for you. You need some after all those sand bags. Sweet! Team Wheatley can replace the bolts then ;) Beautiful line Kenny... thing was getting gangbanged this fall. That's not my line, wish I could...
Put your own draws up and never use the fixed gear that is there, no one that sport climbs harder than 12a in the red can say they never clip fixed great. Its there as an option, put your own draws on and don't use what's there if you want to keep crying about fixed draws.
The red has turned turned into drama central. Take all the permanent draws down and then watch everyone start cleaning through all the new glue ins and wear them out just like they do in frankenjura. There's always gonna be something to bitch about. If someone clips a sharp biner and it cuts their r...