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 71 
 on: October 25, 2014, 05:17:19 PM 
Started by Nemesis - Last post by kenreville
get a flyrod

 72 
 on: October 25, 2014, 05:05:34 PM 
Started by strandman - Last post by steve weitzler
I thought Obamacare covers that. ::)

 73 
 on: October 25, 2014, 02:02:08 PM 
Started by Nemesis - Last post by Echo
Good question, and I think my answer is “I don’t”.

I really can’t see myself outside of the mountains. The longest I haven’t had mountains on my horizon in the last 15 years is maybe a week or two every year to visit family in Florida or New Jersey/NYC.

During those “extended” trips away from the mountains I find happiness;

1) Spending time with family

2) Realizing how awesome it is I live & work in the mountains

 74 
 on: October 25, 2014, 11:10:29 AM 
Started by Nemesis - Last post by triguy
Beer makes me happy  :o

 75 
 on: October 25, 2014, 08:29:16 AM 
Started by lucky luke - Last post by lucky luke
Thanks again for explaing trad climbing

an there is other distinction. trad climber like remote area; places where no people have been before. it is the reason why he didn't work a route mostly.

Sport is more social and each other are stimulate by the progress of the other.

Socially, when you are looking for a job, it is more rewarding to say I climb still in saigon at cathedral because people know cathedral as a difficult place than "I did Huntington ravine this week end". Saigon is bolt most of the time and is two pitches close to the road...pinacle 5.9 variation is five pitch after a walk of an hour an hour and a half. But you think of it as a grade three hike

I didn't say is bad. If you get the job in climbing Saigon it is good. I prefer Huntington because I don't need a social status as a climber. I do my think like a guy who take a nap during the day...just to relax.     

 76 
 on: October 25, 2014, 12:06:35 AM 
Started by mendonza - Last post by mendonza
Strand

If you look at page 152 of the Webster or 216 of the Handren, Grande Finale crosses over left at about the height of the mordor roof.

In either of those pictures there is a second roof above the mordor roof, the old bolts i am talking about go through the dark streak on the left side of the roof up through the second roof and on to the slab. Neither book has any route going there but it obviously has been climbed.

Arsenault, or any of you other older guys have any idea?

Matt

 77 
 on: October 24, 2014, 11:25:44 PM 
Started by Nemesis - Last post by Nemesis
That's it. Prolly should've posted in the climbing not section but...

 78 
 on: October 24, 2014, 10:30:57 PM 
Started by lucky luke - Last post by lucky luke
Thanks again for explaing trad climbing to me LL ..very helpful

I don't explain it for you, I gave my pinion on trad make a clear distinction between trad and sport for a diversity and better understanding of my intervention.

It is a forum and we wrote for a community of climber. some agree with me...some agree with sport. but more and more people do the distinction.

trad or sport, every body can have fun to climb...except when you climb with a sport climber who work a route for ever or a trad climber who is to picki to play the game with a sport climber. 

 79 
 on: October 24, 2014, 08:47:24 PM 
Started by strandman - Last post by DGoguen
What is it they are going to "manipulate?" ;)
I would think you gotta pay extra for that.



 80 
 on: October 24, 2014, 08:16:57 PM 
Started by lucky luke - Last post by strandman
Thanks again for explaing trad climbing to me LL ..very helpful

Sneoh..coach is perfect 8)

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