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Posts posted by EWolfe

  1. Just curious about what you have done that really struck you, not necessarily the hardest thing...


    For me it was onsighting Crack of Doom at City of Rocks, ID - it had been a goal for a long time to get good enough that I might...and I did!

    Just to keep it honest - Nathan Kerr of Outward Bound belayed me....

  2. 5. Village Music of Bulgaria (whaddaya think of that?)


    Some of the regional stuff is wacky like that - I have some West Virginia mountain music that is way down home.



    6. Holy Modal Rounders I & II (on one specially priced disc rolleyes.gif) is too good to leave out, and can't take any of the others away...

  3. ...favorite albums in your music collection (weird to you may be normal to someone else).


    1. Tackhead - Friendly As A Hand Grenade

    2. African Head Charge - My Life In A Hole In The Ground

    3. Songs by Tom Lehrer

    4. Repo Man SoundTrack

    5. Laurie Anderson - Big Science

  4. Muffy_The_Wanker_Sprayer said:

    if you weren't old enough to get high in the 80's you are not gen x tongue.gifevils3d.gif

    Hell, I'm tail-end Baby-boomer ('62), and I can hardly remember the "me-decade" of the '80's. I don't think I would be alive if I was still "bringing it on" like then.


    Class of 80 Rules rockband.gif

  5. We were climbing at the upper malamute in Squish last year, and I had forgotten my chalkbag, so I decided to lead an easy 5.8 multi then go back to the car.

    When I got to the top of the second pitch, there was a chalkbag with plenty of chalk, and complete with belt just waiting for me. I knew then I was doing something right...

  6. I have a native american line drawing that is a single continuous line of an elk head inside a persons head. I added a yin/yang symbol inside the circle of the antlers. It means (to me) that I always should keep the balance of nature in mind. The profile looks like my profile too.


    Some images call to your spirit and so you throw them on your bag of bones.

  7. Greetings!


    I just moved to Ferndale, and got this forum hookup from a friend - pretty cool! Looking for potential climbing partners in the area for the spring-summer-fall thing. Bouldering, sport or trad. Squamish is awesome, as well as the North Cascades! I have been climbing 15 years and lead to .11 trad, mid-.11's sport, and V4-5 bouldering. Looking for a few trips to Skaha and Leavenworth this spring, too.

    Anyone interested? I'm pretty easygoing, and have a Eurovan camper to sweeten the pot for the overnight thing...