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Injuries, Medical & Training / Re: Heart..psyched
« Last post by Nick Grant on Yesterday at 09:39:07 PM »
More heart stuff.  SUCKS.  But you'll beat it this summer just like you did last summer.  Good luck John keep us posted.  This summer, every time I peel off an easy slab route, I'll think of you laughing at me.
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Injuries, Medical & Training / Re: Heart..psyched
« Last post by perswig on Yesterday at 09:15:35 PM »
5.6, tops.  You'll cruise it.
Heard the sternotomy sucks, though.

Luck, John.
Dale

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Rock Climbing: Trad / Re: Less traveled classic moderates on Cathedral
« Last post by Admin Al on Yesterday at 08:16:28 PM »
Just thought I would mention that a week ago, I climbed on Cathedral and Whitehorse with Sam Streibert, who did the 1st ascent
of Diagonal back in 1970, with Mike Stultz. Sam is 73, and still gets out occasionally. We did the Armadillo Route last year.

I have an email from Sam where he advised me to put gas on that PI and burn it off!
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Epics and Accidents / Re: bike crash
« Last post by Admin Al on Yesterday at 08:15:02 PM »
With all the crazy shit I have done over the years a 7yo takes me out! >:(

true DAT
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Bouldering / Re: Mini crushers
« Last post by Admin Al on Yesterday at 08:13:21 PM »
the crusher_2.jpg would make a great NEClimbs.com home page picture!

I agree Al, lets get it up there! It would be the best front page pic in a long time IMO. 4 is also good.

[sigh] I thought that the Hurley pix were pretty good... [LOL]
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Bouldering / Re: Mini crushers
« Last post by Admin Al on Yesterday at 08:12:40 PM »
Go for it Al!! I would be honored!!

what's his name, #4? & how old?
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Did the crux pitch ( I think? 10+ groove), of Last Temptation with Kit Dover in November way back. First time climbing together, did Robinson Carusoe, in the am. Kit was a gentleman so let me lead the hand traverse from Diedre and the money pitch. It was snowing when I got going on the crux pitch, though not enough to hold up progress. He took the man's work on RC.

Climbed Standard and Toe Crack once when it was snowing hard, and the cliff updraft had the snow streaming straight up so it looked desperate but everything you put your foot on was dry... :), that was pretty neat.



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General Climbing / Re: Stephen King Climbing Area "The Cemetery"
« Last post by strandman on Yesterday at 05:45:36 PM »
I think so..fucking savages
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General Climbing / Stephen King Climbing Area "The Cemetery"
« Last post by David_G48 on Yesterday at 05:29:34 PM »
I was at the Cemetery Cliff area today and right there in the parking area next to the Cemetery was a huge pile of trash that someone dumped. Looks like it would take 2 pick up truck loads to haul it away. Does anyone know if this is private property? Would anyone like to head up a clean-up crew?

Thanks
David
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Rock Climbing: Trad / Re: Less traveled classic moderates on Cathedral
« Last post by strandman on Yesterday at 04:56:51 PM »
o, back on topic...I would say the less traveled classics on Cathedral are mostly in the 5.10 range ?  last Temptation (original) comes to mind..Gypsy has it's moments ,,if clean.....
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