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Trillium

You might be a Washington gaper if . . .

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If you've read all the current threads on CC, yet still not having your fill, read and comment on old ass threads.

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If you've read all the current threads on CC, yet still not having your fill, read and comment on old ass threads.

 

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You live in a small town in North Central Washington and...

 

-You don't tell anyone about your"secret" crag cause you don't want anyone sending the prime lines while you try to get strong

 

-You have your own guidebook w/ ratings for all the different mountain routes over the border with a backpack full of "cabbage"

 

-The thought of anyone bolting at your crag sends you into an anxiety attack

 

-You get bit by a snake while bouldering 5.3

 

-You have the DNR called on you (4 times) while "prescribe burning" your private crag to open up new routes

 

-You and your 4 climbing buddies recycle girlfriends often

 

-You spend your winters in the tropics pulling down on overrated limestone sport climbs trying to bag chicks that don't speak english

 

-You spend two years trying to link 5 overhanging traverses into a 165' super steep pump fest, then finally send it after giving up on it

 

-You have gotten in a fistfight with someone you caught chipping holds on a boulder problem

 

-You're still reading this

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