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tomdarch
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Post by tomdarch » Mon Apr 07, 2008 8:41 pm

trog wrote:Left Flank, specifically Defy and Fast Food Christians were dry enough Sat.
And by the way, thaks to the Chicago crowd for letting me tag along
Sid? It was good to meet you! The pinkie is definitely tweaked, but doesn't hurt. I got on some routes on Sunday - weird, but manageable!

Up Yonder (first half) was surprisingly not seeping. (There were a few slightly slimy holds, but totally avoidable) The folks on Wild Gift and Strevels weren't complaining about anything being wet. No one got on Valor because it was obviously wet.
Bacon is meat candy.

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Post by dbarless » Tue Apr 08, 2008 6:10 am

went to fortress wall monday, EVERYTHING was dry, the weather was perfect, so was the climbing

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Post by bcombs » Tue Apr 08, 2008 6:19 am

I went to Practice Wall on Sunday. It was dry. My partner said he had the beta for Acrophobiacs Anonymous. Doing his beta would make it a sure thing. From the ground you get a good high right hand, backstep, and clip the anchors. I almost did it, it will go next time.

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Post by kirker » Tue Apr 08, 2008 6:47 am

bcombs wrote:I went to Practice Wall on Sunday. It was dry. My partner said he had the beta for Acrophobiacs Anonymous. Doing his beta would make it a sure thing. From the ground you get a good high right hand, backstep, and clip the anchors. I almost did it, it will go next time.
Dude that beta only works if your over 6' you'll never pull it off. Make sure to stick clip that first bolt so you don't deck.

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