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Crap! I was hoping for a really good photo of Woody Harrelson from "King Pin", That would have been perfect here.


Like this one?



Or this one?

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I was hoping for a picture of him where his hair all screwy, and he showing nothing but that pot belly. The best shot would be when he's selling condoms at the bowling alley, that's the photo I want.

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4 weeks till Rope Up.

This is a great place to hook up with other newbies and get some good ideas from experienced climbers.

There are always a couple of experienced climbers who are willing to go out with you and climb things. I put it this way because there are no coaches or teachers bearing responsibility for your safety. You have to pay attention etc, participate in the safety techniques, and take full responsibility for your own actions.

Sunday morning, not early, I will go up the R&D Route on Icicle Buttress if anyone is interested. The R&D route is 4 easy pitches (5.6). Or we can veer into more difficult terrain if you want to (5.8). It is a great first muti-pitch climb. The protection is great, the rock is clean, the ledges are huge, and the over-all quality is very high for an easy route.

All you need are shoes and a harness (helmet recommended).

Think about it and PM me if you are interested.

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