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  1. Nice pics, and great climbing! It is good to see you get dusted off and out climbing. Congratulations! K
  2. Trip: Yosemite - Northwest Face of Half Dome Date: 6/20/2011 Trip Report: Half Dome. We really wanted to do it so we drove down there. This photo taken from the Lower Pines Campground the day before we went up. We really liked our spot so we made the most of it. Lisa even threw on a sundress and here she Vanna Whites our new digs. Lisa and I wanted to free as much of it as possible so we packed light. Note the cheater stick. We later opted to leave this bad boy behind...since we would be (hopefully) freeing most of it anyway. So what powered us on this amazing adventure? Orange Pop! Lisa tapes up a water bottle against puncture wounds en route. Judging from the expression on her face, I think the Yosemite Village Store is stocking the Right Mushrooms. OK. We are walking towards Half Dome, which involves hiking the trail to Mirror Lake, at the head of the valley. Where do you leave the tourist trail to hike the requisite Death Slabs approach? Why, its here, across from this boulder in the lake. The Death Slabs. Base of the route in upper left corner. Death Slabs approach. Lisa is open-mouth breathing. We are at the base of the route, where we meet a spectrum of climbers: some nice climbers and some weird-ass sketch climbers. Some succeeded some failed. We sort out who will blast off when. The climbers who said they were fast ended up being slow. The climbers who said they were average were fast. Here we wait a day for the route to clear so we can zip on up it. Lisa learned me Kings in a Corner and a neuvau version of Spades. We lummed around and listened to music. Here a pretty gurrl tries to meditate. She makes it look effortful. In truth, Lisa paced the base of the route like a lioness, even growling intermittently. The evening before the Big Day. The route begins at the bannana slug on the lower left and ends at"The Visor", the thingy that sticks out from the summit. We blast off in darkness. Here Lisa jugs up our fixed lines. By 6am we are on the top of pitch 6. I strut up the Robbins Traverse (pitch 10) as Lisa belays. The end of this pitch involves a curious pendulum traverse to a tiny ledge. We met some Scottish climbers, Rye and Mike, who followed us much of the first day. Pitch 12 involved an awkward chimney into an incredible 5.11c layback. Here is my makeshift belay seat, complete with orthotics for my tired feet. Contemplating the exit moves of pitch 12 Out of the chimneys and into the sun. I take off on pitch 16 while Lisa gives me her best leer. Lisa amid the double crack pitch, which I think is pitch 17. Well hi there! On Big Sandy Ledges at around 6pm. Do we keep going? Do we stay the night here? I turn around a few minutes after taking this picture and Lisa is sound asleep in a foetal postion on a ledge 2 1/2 feet wide and 1500 feet high. I guess I have my answer. Lets sleep here. We chill as the evening draws nigh... Good morning! All our gear is organized and ready to go! Yay! The ZIGZAGS! THE. ZIIIIIG. ZAAAAGS!! YEEEEEEEEEEHA! Big ole' cams. And NO, thats not a piss bottle. Its regular water with iodine in it. I don't trust these marmots. *Whew!* Atop the first of the Zigzags. I took a 30-foot whipper whilst climbing it. I bruised my hip while falling but at this point I'm feeling no pain....not yet anyway. Mark, I AM smiling! Zigzags pitch 3. In the Business. This arching undercling is 5.12 or 5.13 depending on which guidebook you cling to. TAAAAKE! I did a spot of aid here. Atop the Zigzags at the beginning of the Thank God Ledge. Helluva view. You have seen this view on the cover of National Geographic. Alex was not present for comment. Lisa follows pitch 23 Lisa leads pitch 24 Tourists! Tourists in the midday sun! Horray for tourists. Tourists are great! They gave us a quart of water each and a full measure of admiration. Summit view. A moonscape for Moomintrolls. Cable route descent. Now this was effing scary. Redistribution of gear. Lisa cheerfully volunteered to carry some of my stuff because my hip was hurting so bad from my fall on the Zigzags. She rocks. Gear Notes: We were able to free 90% of the route (we didnt free the bolt ladders and I didn't free anything over easy 5.12. It took us 29 hours including 6 hours of sleep time on Big Sandy Ledges. So the gear was 3 each of all cams from tight fingers to #3. One # 5 for the chimney following Thank God Ledge. A set of nuts including micro brassies. Offsets of small nuts and small cams were somewhat useful. 13 draws or sling. 4 liters of water. Valley temps were in the low 80's. Supertopo beta was right on. Approach Notes: The slabs were free of snow. There was snow between the summit and the base of the route, but this was managable.
  3. [TR] BC - Slesse, NE Ridge 9/14/2009

    Haha! Only ever so slightly logical...
  4. Its called the Direct South Face of Vasiliki. The other one is called the Northeast Ridge of the West Peak of Silver Star. Both are in the new Becky Guidebook.
  5. Trip: North Cascades - Rebel Yell (Chianti Spire) Date: 7/10/2010 Trip Report: This summer, Lisa and I dined on the Wine Spires. Specifically Chianti Spire's East face (Rebel Yell). 5.10 multipitch alpine with plenty of crack climbing and even some off-width for hard men like Mark Webster. We drove up via the North Cascades Highway to a turnout just east of the hairpin turn across the valley from the Vasiliki-Wine Spires notch. From the east end of the turnout, we picked up a faint climbers trail. We hiked up, aiming for the notch to about 6,500 feet where we camped on a large flat bench covered with larch and fir. [img:center]http://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash2/hs097.ash2/38180_1420454707201_1107670161_31206825_2855002_n.jpg[/img] Next moring, jacked up on coffee, we continue to the notch between Vasiliki Tower and Burgundy Spire. [img:center]http://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs174.snc4/38053_1419834811704_1107670161_31205239_2590422_n.jpg[/img] The notch. Changing into crampons. Getting out the ice axe for the glacier travel to reach base of route on the other side. [img:center]http://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/37659_1419835131712_1107670161_31205240_4501645_n.jpg[/img] We pass one of our new routes up Vasiliki Tower, just to the right of the left skyline. Clean granite on a steep wall. [img:center]http://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs166.snc4/37659_1419835171713_1107670161_31205241_6333320_n.jpg[/img] Due to the high altitude, Lisa does a quick mental status exam by counting on her fingers... [img:center]http://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash2/hs086.ash2/37659_1419835211714_1107670161_31205242_4673153_n.jpg[/img] Much forshortened view of the route. [img:center]http://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash2/hs066.ash2/36677_1419838611799_1107670161_31205264_6384411_n.jpg[/img] We passed another one of our first ascents. This one goes up West peak of Silver Star follows the ridgeline in the distance. 9 pitches on good rock. [img:center]http://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs186.snc4/37659_1419835251715_1107670161_31205243_1235241_n.jpg[/img] Thought-provoking ascent to the base of Rebel Yell. [img:center]http://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash2/hs083.ash2/37482_1419836731752_1107670161_31205258_1516062_n.jpg[/img] Lisa hangs fire while I wander up pitch 1. [img:center]http://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs195.snc4/38084_1419835731727_1107670161_31205244_7347375_n.jpg[/img] The pitches flew by and we forgot to take pictures. Lisa appraches the top of pitch 4 [img:center]http://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash2/hs095.ash2/38084_1419835851730_1107670161_31205247_5765848_n.jpg[/img] At the headwall, Lisa led p 5, and this is midway up p 6. Arm bars were the mot de jour. This photo was actually taken on the rap down passing another party grunting through the off-width. Look at the incredible hand crack below the climber though! [img:center]http://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs183.snc4/37482_1419836571748_1107670161_31205254_4164948_n.jpg[/img] Topping out [img:center]http://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs175.snc4/38084_1419835971733_1107670161_31205250_660043_n.jpg[/img] [img:center]http://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs163.snc4/37482_1419836531747_1107670161_31205253_7923646_n.jpg[/img] Altogether a fun outing. Not to be missed. Gear Notes: The guidebooks are spot on as far as gear goes. Double ropes make rapelling a breeze. Approach Notes: We made good use of light crampons and an ice axe in this early July junket.
  6. Trip: Leavenworth Midnight Rock - Running Start (New Route) Date: 8/25/2010 Trip Report: Melanie Estrella wanted to go to Midnight Rock in Tumwater Canyon for a loooong time and I too was taken with the idea. It perches another steep 30-minute hike above Castle Rock. Following the approach, we wander around Midnight Rock for a good half hour looking for the start of the famous ROTC. We didn't know about or find the ledge at Midnight Rock's mid-height that wraps around from the climber's left to almost the base of ROTC. So we decided to climb from the base of the crag 200 feet to ROTC. HOW HARD CAN IT BE? Note the forshortening in the pic. We aimed for the left of the side-by-side roofs. They look like the closed eyes of a giant wearing heavy mascara. [img:center]http://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs661.snc4/60144_1499923013859_1107670161_31397475_2474442_n.jpg[/img] Mel gets the party started and takes a cool line up a diagonal crack system working up along a short fist to offwidth crack, onto an incredible layback flake, to another crack system to some face climbing and finally to a final layback flake to a small grassy alcove below 2 large roofs. Prolly goes at mid-5.10 with pretty good gear from micro to 4 inches. Here she is at the alcove about to balay me to God knows where. Beautiful smile. [img:center]http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs658.snc4/61816_1499921293816_1107670161_31397465_1922473_n.jpg[/img] Above the alcove, seems an impasse. The wall is blank on all sides except under the roof up and right. There is a 25-foot no-feet fingertip traverse on small gear rightward, under this roof (crux). Near the end, find a no-hands rest on a vicious knee lock and shake out. With a toe hook one is then able to flip up and over the roof's right side, to reach across a blank wall to a sweeeeeet hand crack (5.9 ish) with good gear to a much easier second roof and onto a spacious ledge above. *whew!* Here Melanie tops out modeling a sexy hula skirt of bling. [img:center]http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs718.snc4/63822_1499921973833_1107670161_31397467_7880547_n.jpg[/img] [img:center]http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs718.snc4/63822_1499922013834_1107670161_31397468_6514975_n.jpg[/img] Here, my appreciative 6th chakra is leaving my body, whatever a chakra is. Sorry, no other pics of the route. Having too much fun. Overall, first pitch 120 ft, mid 5.10 second pitch 80 ft, mid 5.11. Descent: Walk off the ledge system at top of pitch 2. Enjoy! Gear Notes: Pretty good gear. Doubles cams from micro to 3 inches. One #4 or #5 friend helpful for start. One set of stoppers. Approach Notes: Go to Castle Rock, cross Loggers Ledge and continue on a rising rightward faint trail to the base of Midnight Rock.
  7. [TR] Snow Creek Wall - Iconoclast 8-22-2010

    Thanks for the beta. I'm kind of new to Cascade climbers. I tried several ways to change to the correct date of the climb (from this January to last fall 9-22-2010), but the Cascade climbers program does not seem to allow me to edit the date of a climb posted on the calandar year prior, unless I'm mistaken.
  8. Trip: Yosemite - Various Date: 5/16/2010 Trip Report: We toured Yosemite in the spring. With Lisa Garnett, hiked Central Pillar of Frenzy, a pleasant outing with beautiful views of The Stone. Gear as per Super topo. Arrive early or, as we did, late to avoid other tourons. Off-width flaring chimney. Wintry conditions yet prevailed. [img:center]http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs584.snc3/30798_1390560479864_1107670161_31135442_7410297_n.jpg[/img] [img:center]http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs584.snc3/30798_1390560559866_1107670161_31135443_4072293_n.jpg[/img] Followed by of-width jamming on pitch 2 [img:center]http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs524.ash1/30798_1390560639868_1107670161_31135444_4024667_n.jpg[/img] Lisa getting set to lead p 4 [img:center]http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs584.snc3/30798_1390560679869_1107670161_31135445_6028971_n.jpg[/img] I spy a penstamon on the rap down [img:center]http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash2/hs057.ash2/36222_396389311052_648366052_4891139_167876_n.jpg[/img] With Craig Bartlett, did the one-pitch wonder, Seperate Reality, a shady overhanging spliter handcrack above Cookie Cliff. The gear is from 2 inches to tight fingers. Craig took this photo of me throwing the crux, a toe hook at the lippy lip: We spent a great deal of time lolling by the pool, drinking Paranoid Pale Ale (less fattening), and avoiding testy gun-toting rangers. Gear Notes: Bear spray
  9. [TR] Snow Creek Wall - Iconoclast 8-22-2010

    Though it would be a thought-provoking winter route...
  10. Just for the bolt ladder. We are inherently too lazy to do the 5.13 moves
  11. Trip: Index, WA Upper Town Wall - Davis-Holland with Loving Arms extension, Heaven's Gate Date: 6/15/2010 Trip Report: Lisa and I did the Davis-Holland route with the Lovin' Arms extension to the top of the upper Town Wall on Sunday. Twas brilling. We explored other routes on the wall afterwards. This is the 2 routes combined. No climbing over 5.10+. The first 3 pitches are fist trough finger cracks. The next 3 pitches mixed climbing, primarily face climbing. Overall, protects well. http://l23.sphotos.l3.fbcdn.net/hphotos-l3-ash1/hs510.ash1/30098_1347536604294_1107670161_31035111_4770192_n.jpg Here is Lisa hanging out midway up the wall somewhere near the top of Davis-Holland and the beginning of Lovin' Arms. http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs035.snc3/12321_1346522698947_1107670161_31032792_4496990_n.jpg Here a macro shot of a miniature garden on about pitch 4 (pitch 2 of Loving Arms?), a technical face pitch on good rock. http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs315.ash1/27928_1346981070406_1107670161_31033465_2458575_n.jpg Brilliant lead through the wet chimney pitch Lisa! Here she follows the last 2 pitches of Lovin' Arms, which I linked together. All trad, nice shiny bolts at belay stations. Add a caption http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs315.ash1/27928_1346982310437_1107670161_31033472_2737579_n.jpg Next we did Heaven's Gate. Lisa led the first pitch, an overhanging off-width with unusual no hands rests. Very burly lead with good gear. Here she looks very happy to have this lead behind her.... http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs353.snc3/29248_1366746444528_1107670161_31074076_539383_n.jpg The next pitch goes over an overhang/bulge. I am tagging a second rope so that we can practice our wall hauling techniques. http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs353.snc3/29248_1366746524530_1107670161_31074077_6226648_n.jpg Lisa beginning pitch 3. She likes the climb...so far. http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs342.ash1/29248_1366746684534_1107670161_31074080_3428618_n.jpg Lisa gets ready to belay me on the double roof pitch. I can't explain the profuse bleeding going on here. http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs342.ash1/29248_1366746724535_1107670161_31074081_3177641_n.jpg "Hi there" I'm being strangled by a boa constrictor. http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs333.snc3/29248_1366746844538_1107670161_31074083_4362769_n.jpg I spied a penstamon on my way up to the roofs. http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs333.snc3/29248_1366746804537_1107670161_31074082_468446_n.jpg "nnnnngh!" Let the geekfest begin. http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs342.ash1/29248_1366746964541_1107670161_31074086_4736173_n.jpg Lisa rapping the roof pitch http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs342.ash1/29248_1366747084544_1107670161_31074089_24537_n.jpg Gear Notes: D-H with the LA extension: Doubles through 3 inches. A few small wires for pitch 3. Heaven's Gate: gear to 3.5 inches for pitch 1 only. Can leave gear at top of pitch 1 as the rest of the climb is well-bolted. Approach Notes: Allow 45 minutes. Add 2 more minutes for every year of your age over 45.
  12. Trip: Leavenworth Snow Creek Wall - Iconoclast Date: 9/22/2010 Trip Report: Mao always sulks when she sees me running large amounts of stuff to the car. Here she sits on my pile of gear, on the off chance that by doing so she can prevent the inevitable: my leave taking. Add a caption http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash2/hs184.ash2/44712_1461733379142_1107670161_31314817_7729041_n.jpg Team Psychedelic heads for Leavenworth. http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs374.snc4/45693_1461742659374_1107670161_31314937_4324499_n.jpg http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs320.snc4/41352_1461734459169_1107670161_31314822_739620_n.jpg We arrive Friday afternoon and warm up on alphabet rock. Susie romps up to the proverbial "Z" of Z crack. http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs300.snc4/41352_1461734499170_1107670161_31314823_5804154_n.jpg And does a spot on rendition of the reincarnation of Lazarus come back to life in some cave. http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs300.snc4/41352_1461734539171_1107670161_31314824_1048526_n.jpg What a beautiful world! http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash2/hs160.ash2/41352_1461734579172_1107670161_31314825_6331417_n.jpg Liiiiiive! Next day, John, Matt, and I did Iconoclast, an 8-pitch beauty on Snow Creek Wall. P 1 & 2 The Remorse pitches (Matt), P3 the psychopath pitch, p 4 the roof pitch (Matt), p 5 the dihedral pitch John), p 6 the pitch from hell, p 7 & 8 the chickenhead ptches (Matt). I led the others. Here Matt works the moves on the 5.11 psychopath pitch. Note my amazing rope handling skills. http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash2/hs182.ash2/44514_1461739139286_1107670161_31314880_4954918_n.jpg http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs382.snc4/44514_1461739339291_1107670161_31314885_7091951_n.jpg John has found his calling belaying the roof pitch. We found the 2 dihedral pitches strenuous, but with good rests. Here John joins me apres the dihedral pitches, where Iconoclast meets Outer Space at Library Ledge. http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs274.snc4/40026_1461741899355_1107670161_31314921_1126354_n.jpg ...And Suzi and Ahad meet us having done "Outer Space". http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs254.snc4/40026_1461741979357_1107670161_31314923_6365463_n.jpg http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs274.snc4/40026_1461742139361_1107670161_31314927_6325778_n.jpg The incredible singing forest. The wind blowing through the dead snags made for some beautiful music with simultaneous high and low octaves. It was a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Later I asked Matt if he had ever experienced anything like it. He said "Sure, many times". I said "Really? Where?" He said something like "Right here, of course". Smart ass. http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs254.snc4/40026_1461742179362_1107670161_31314928_8006689_n.jpg I lagged behind in my return to take in the sunset. Being alone, this bellicose mountain goat took advantage, charged and tried to gore me. I side stepped him. As he turned to rush me again, I blinded him with my camera flash and gave him a severe tongue lashing. Gear Notes: Doubles through 3 inches. A single 4 inch, and a few extra long runners. Approach Notes: Allow 45 minutes to an hour.
  13. Trip: BC, Squamish - Grand Wall Date: 8/28/2010 Trip Report: Craig provided the pics and pans for day one of our (spur-of-the-moment-good weather window) Squamish Adventure. We did a cool link-up of Rock On followed by Squamish Buttress, 14 heavenly pitches no harder than 5.10c. Now for part two. We wanted to do the Grand Wall. Here we gear up in the SaveOn grocery store parking lot in "downtown" Squamish. Do we bring a #4 camelot? Do we use etriers for the bolt ladder? yadayadayada... Next am at 6:45 sharp we go to McDonalds for a cup of jo and, full of go juice, we decide we really can do this thing. Each of the pitches of The Grand Wall has its own name. Here is the first. A runout called the Merci Me pitch. 90 feet, 3 bolts. We began climbing at 8am. http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash2/hs203.ash2/46636_1470184990427_1107670161_31336327_7236049_n.jpg http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs395.snc4/45840_1470185350436_1107670161_31336330_5318705_n.jpg Craig follows the Preverse Traverse Pitch. Craig sends the Split Piller Pitch in excellent style. http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs395.snc4/45840_1470185390437_1107670161_31336331_170644_n.jpg Add a caption I drew The Sword. Here I look up at it. It starts off-width and quickly necks down to thin fingers. This is not a picture of me, by the way. Too much hair. http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash2/hs209.ash2/47254_1470196630718_1107670161_31336415_4947311_n.jpg I took a whipper at the first crux, then climbed through it. *whew* I then linked The Sword with the next pitch, a bolt ladder on a blank face, to save time. Look at the beautiful granite! http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs405.snc4/46802_1470185950451_1107670161_31336336_3135997_n.jpg http://l16.sphotos.l3.fbcdn.net/hphotos-l3-ash2/hs205.ash2/46802_1470185990452_1107670161_31336337_1813410_n.jpg Craig begins Perry's Layback. Straight-on burl. http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash2/hs188.ash2/45136_1470790285559_1107670161_31337471_792_n.jpg I drew the Sail Flake pitch, another amazing layback around and over a giant flake shaped like, well, a sail. I think Crossfit helped me in the layback department (not my pic). http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs425.snc4/46802_1470186190457_1107670161_31336342_5834956_n.jpg The descent begins with an encounter with the infamous Bellygood Ledge. A loooong and very exposed sidewalk from hell. The dirt on the ledge is shiny from people crawling on it on, well, their bellies. We chose to stand and shuffle along the ledge, all the time quaking in or boots. Howe sound below us. http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs425.snc4/46802_1470186230458_1107670161_31336343_5982021_n.jpg The end of the ledge became a sort of hanging garden. Very beautiful. http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs405.snc4/46802_1470186270459_1107670161_31336344_3768633_n.jpg Lunch. 4pm. ooff McMuffin. Here, Craig Vanna Whites our gear selection. http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash2/hs212.ash2/47548_1470186750471_1107670161_31336346_5852345_n.jpg Two jokers in every deck. Every time. http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs412.snc4/47548_1470186830473_1107670161_31336348_2884111_n.jpg
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