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JoshK

Weekend wx sucks again, whats everybody doing?

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Well, looks another fairly shitty weekend in terms of weather. At least the snow levels will be dropping down to something a little more reasonable.

 

What is everybody's big plans?

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Dr_Flash_Amazing said:

What are everybody's big plans, you mean.

 

Sheesh. rolleyes.gif

 

This coming from a guy who perpetually refers to himself in the third person. And thus, shouldn't Sheesh be put in quotes? As in "'Sheesh,' DFA says."

 

 

I myself will be playing some Frisbee Golf. Not too much else planned.

 

 

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Dr. Flash Amazing, you may have noticed (had you been paying attention), does not quote himself, but simply refers to himself in the third person.

 

Thus, no, "sheesh" should not have been put in quotes.

 

Thanks, and have a nice day. wave.gif

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Heading up to Hurricane Ridge and hoping for a little new snow on top of the "consolidation."

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watch the Matrix which i have not seen yet, on my DVD drive

 

dont tell me about the spoon. i want to flash it!

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JoshK said:

Well, looks another fairly shitty weekend in terms of weather. At least the snow levels will be dropping down to something a little more reasonable.

That's why you gotta climb when the weather's good. I got a few pitches in this afternoon. I'm drinking and snogging on the weekend.

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Dr_Flash_Amazing said:

What are everybody's big plans, you mean.

 

Sheesh. rolleyes.gif

 

Dude, it's ghetto speak. rolleyes.giffruit.gif

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freeclimb9 said:

JoshK said:

Well, looks another fairly shitty weekend in terms of weather. At least the snow levels will be dropping down to something a little more reasonable.

That's why you gotta climb when the weather's good. I got a few pitches in this afternoon. I'm drinking and snogging on the weekend.

 

Maybe I'm dense, or sheltered, but what is snogging? Is it like slogging? Or is it like smileysex5.gif?

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This weekend will see a historical event on Cascadeclimbers: Dru's 10,000th post!

 

Tickets for this event are being sold at www.Drusbigmoment.com. Please, no scalping of tickets in the Spray forum.

 

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I’ll be up an Index tomorrow nailing my way up City Park whilst drinking beer. Cannot wait to use these here shinny new pegs. hahaha.gif

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Dru said:

watch the Matrix which i have not seen yet, on my DVD drive

dont tell me about the spoon. i want to flash it!

The Matrix? Frisbee golf? What is this website anyways, armchairclimbers.com? "Sheesh," says aint_this_great. I will be working, but that doesn't appear to be an excuse you all can make. laugh.giflaugh.giflaugh.gif

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I'll be out in the rain at Granite Falls teaching people how to be trail maintenance crew leaders. We're gearing up for National Trails Day in June. No, it ain't climbing, but it beats moping around the house, in my humble opinion.

 

It's on a new trail called The Lime Kiln Trail which is located on the abandoned Everett and Monte Cristo Railway grade. Someday we hope to build a bridge across the Stilliguamish and like to the existing Old Robe Trail.

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klenke said:

This weekend will see a historical event on Cascadeclimbers: Dru's 10,000th post!

 

Tickets for this event are being sold at www.Drusbigmoment.com. Please, no scalping of tickets in the Spray forum.

 

grin.gif

 

actually, our cc.com sprayometer's have calculated that the 10000 post by avatar 'dru' will actually be around his 25000th post if you count all of his other avatars. lets give him some more credit than just the 10k now! wazzup.gif

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Dude how many times do I have to say I HAVE NO AVATARS

 

If my car wheel gets fixed i might even go aid climbing in the rain or gym climbing in the dry. which one is less boring, its a tough call.

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I'll go aid climbing with you Stefan. thumbs_up.gif

 

(and by aid climbing I mean I will sit in a Crazy Creek chair with a Grigri and a thermos of coffee wink.gif

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You can bring a pillow to and sleep, i'll just shout if I fall tongue.gif. Zombi roof is where it's at, we won't even get wet. I don't know if I have the car that day but I'll bus out if I don't.

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If ya go to Zombie - try the one that starts in the left corner and then goes l-r across the roof. Maybe there is more than one that fits that description, I'm thinking of one about a metre out from the back wall.

 

Make sure you bring the lowe balls.

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Iain,

 

Who are you taking the course from? It's odd because I'm interviewing a guy Friday in Anacortes about orienteering for an article.

 

Saturday — working

Sunday— either a try on the 'W' trifecta or indoor climbing at Cascade Crags

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iain said:

orienteering course on Sat, skiing on Sun.

 

lemme get this straight you are taking a *course* on how to use a frickin compass and read a map, which is all orienteering is, and your a SAR, my god what do they teach you???

 

i won a whole watermelon once in an orienteering open competition.

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