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Weekend_Climberz

Exit 38 Wed. after work

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Mind if I tag along? I'm not that experienced (been climbing ~3 months), especially outside, but I promise I'm not a complete noob.

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I climbed a couple of the 9's over in Neverland on Sunday. They're pretty nice and one of them is multiple pitches that can be done as one, although I only did the first. That was on the right-hand side of Lost Boys.

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Alex, Chris, and I stayed and did the two routes on Croc after y'all disappeared into the mist.

 

The right one is juggier and cleaner than the left one. thumbs_up.gif

When we got to the NBBnG no one was there. wazzup.gif

Until next week... yoda.gif

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I had a great time, and I liked meeting y'all. I can't wait to do it again--

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I lived in Louisiana a few years back -- Baton Rouge. Was pretty fun -- lots of iced tea and lying around meaning to accomplish something without ever doing so.

 

Thanks for the suggestion about the UW rocks. I'll check them out.

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I'm a former Lake Charles implant myself. I miss fishing for crawfish in my front yard. cry.gif
I believe you meant to say "transplant". A Freudian slip possibly?

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It didnt rain? I did some easy stuff at substation & took off around 4 as it was starting to drizzle. It was fun and nice to get back on rock, however it was my girlfriends first time on real rock and she got a bit gripped but will hopefully try again.

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Some people have more tolerance for wet than others. Alex made the transition to suction cups once the water started coursing down the rock.

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There a couple good low tens on Blackstone Wall, and Goddess is a pretty good "C" not far away. Mambo Jambo is 10a and one of the few real crack climbs at Little Si. Excellent, and it protects well with a standard trad rack. Also, the Nameless Tower route is a good "mixed" climb with bolts at the crux but gear placement skills definitely needed. Over on WWI, the one just right of Reptiles is realy good and Son of Jesus, in the big corner, is great, too.

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When and where are folks meeting this week? I would like to go.

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