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BEEEEEEES!!!!!111 on approach to liberty crack

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allergy warning!!

 

it was dark so i can't really explain precisely where... but at one of the rotten logs that lie across the trail is a bee hive. i think the swelling helped on a few hand jams tho.

 

just letting those folks know that might be allergic

 

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Yep. About a week and a half ago a participant in a rigging-for-rescue course was stung about 40 times when he encountered a hive mid-cliff.

 

A few days later, about 40 stings were distributed among 20 rescuers (and amazingly not the patient) during a lengthy lower through steep woods.

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