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  1. Roskelly, Auer, Lama missing after avalanche

    Word from John Roskelly via Tony Yeary is that they are in fact dead. :-(
  2. I've had moths show up more with sweaters, rugs, and other coarser wool items. Of course, my wife is a fiber artist with a basement full of wool fleece, felt art pieces, wool quilt batts, and other assorted such things. Large ziploc bags for storage of wool items works pretty well.
  3. Joseph, I submit to you that there is one reason, and one reason alone: Names In the Guidebook.
  4. Current Snow Levels?

    If you're looking for workout work about all I've got in the hopper is wood splitting...
  5. Current Snow Levels?

    They have a nice track at Capitol High School.
  6. [TR] Mesahchie Peak / Ice Fall Coloir (PICS!)

    Yes, exactly.
  7. Vesper Peak question

    I think she found DB Cooper's millions and skedaddled for Bali.
  8. Vesper Peak question

    I must have been living under a rock, never heard of Sam Sayers. Phew, that's some time I'll never get back.
  9. CC.com Traffic Decrease?

    Nice to see you chime in, we're hoping this place has outgrown that soul sucking phase, people have other places to take their aggression games these days. It's pretty swell when your kids grow up and are still some of your favorite people. I've been climbing with my 27 year old daughter once a week lately, it's just been so much fun.
  10. best of cc.com Pictures From the Wayback Machine

    While we're at Reeds Pinnacle, here's Stone Groove - Thanksgiving 76 or 77. One of those climbs where I was so pumped I had to have someone else untie my knot. Fortunately the upper crack was wide enough I could just stuff my blood engorged forearms into the crack and it was a perfect fit.
  11. best of cc.com Pictures From the Wayback Machine

    I just read that story the other day, it was in the NWMJ I think, first issue.
  12. [TR] Sloan Peak - Corkscrew 11/17/2018

    Nice, thanks for the report. Excellent job making use of the atypical November weather.
  13. best of cc.com Pictures From the Wayback Machine

    Ho man, I can still viscerally recall the cottonmouth experienced leading Moby Dick center, probably also around summer of 77. Number 11 hex and the sound it made rotating on a couple of crystals that barely held it in place, nothing to do but try and summon some spit and keep going. I've never been a brilliant crack climber, so that route back then was a proud lesson in just sucking it up and getting it done. I might have backed off if I had any confidence in the gear I put in.
  14. best of cc.com Pictures From the Wayback Machine

    Also 1977, Central Pillar of Frenzy, Middle Cathedral
  15. best of cc.com Pictures From the Wayback Machine

    Yes, I was pretty smitten with black and white in the seventies too. The Pink Boulder in Mission Gorge, San Diego circa 1977. Access to these boulders is officially closed these days for habitat protection along the San Diego River.