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Royal Robbins Booksigning: 2/27 11 - 1pm

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Royal Robbins, one of America's leading climbing figures of hte Golden Age of Yosemite climbing, continues to inspirs us with his bold vision of what makes for truly great climbing and inspired living. Just released is Robbins' second book in his My Life autobiographical series: Fail Falling

 

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Anyone head over for this? I was working, but my loving wife went by and bought both his books and had them signed. Said he was a nice guy.

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I headed down there. We spoke briefly about the Wall of the Early Morning Light and some other early bolting ethics history including Roper's 1957 removal of bolts on Shiprock, Chouinard's 1960 article and how these issues have played out in Washington. He was quite friendly and I bought one his books, too. Royal is Royal.

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