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  1. Two Western Mountaineering sleeping bags for sale. Ultralite and Versalite. The Ultralite is a 20 degree bag and the Versalite is a 10 degree bag. Both bags are 6’. Both have been gently used, and are in near new condition. Always thoroughly aired out and stored in large storage bag. No damage whatsoever to either. Asking $400 for Versalite and $350 for Ultralite. Will send pics of interested. Prefer local pickup in Seattle area. Or can ship with PayPal. PM if interested, or email: snoqualmiepassskimo at gmail dot com. Descriptions below: http://www.westernmountaineering.com/sleeping-bags/extremelite-series/ultralite/ http://www.westernmountaineering.com/sleeping-bags/extremelite-series/versalite/
  2. Softshell pants for sale, brand new, tags still on, if you wear a 30-33 waist with 32-34 inseam these will fit great. Outdoor Research Men's Tremor Pant, size: Med: - Awesome soft shell pant, windstopper, thigh vents, built in gaiters - $150 Outdoor Research Men's Furio Pant: SOLD If interested call Brandon 425-213-9493
  3. Any Info On Synchro Log Crossing?

    Paul B, that was me that you sheperded out I think, I agree not that bad, if you can make it down the gully without problem, then you can make this approach
  4. Dangers at Neverland

    Man, that graph is pretty scientific. I think that the focus of my response was to point out the fact that a individual chose to put up less than quality routes on less than quality rock, then further chossed the situation by lack of experience. I believe that route setting is a skill that takes time to develop, and it is frustrating as a non route setter yet experienced climber to climb routes that I believe are unsafe. Safety was the reason for this thread starting in the first place, and although climbing is dangerous, I believe that route setters have a moral responsibility to set routes safely. Sure I can chose to not climb these routes (which I don't climb any Bruce routes), but, other people that are new to climbing that don't have the experience to read rock, assess bad bolt placements, or know route setters experience do climb these routes unfortunately.
  5. Dangers at Neverland

    P.S. Oh I forgot, yes I did at one time know Bruce personally.
  6. Dangers at Neverland

    I'm talking specifically about Bruce, and yes, Bruce is a relatively new climber with little experience at setting routes. There is a reason that development hasn't taken place at Neverland prior to Bruce showing up, no one else wanted to put up routes on that choss. Not trying to pick fights just some common sense honest observations.
  7. FS Garmin E-Trex Vista

    Brand new still in case, $200 OBO, pm me if interested or for info.
  8. Dangers at Neverland

    What do you expect from someone that has little experience route setting.
  9. Leavenworth Suggestions

    poison ivy is also worth a look, if you can do all these suggested your ready for Outer Space.
  10. Extinct- Bump skiiers?

    Jens you are a nefarious prevaricator
  11. Yah, probably overthinking a little much. Thanks again for the info, now just have to get the taxes done for that return, and hopefully a new setup.
  12. The Dark Side...

    Just common sense really. Nice video
  13. Too light for cascade cement, thats what I was thinking, kinda spendy as well.