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  1. #26
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    Thanks, it's a Sigma 10-20mm on a crop body. Awesome lens for the money. The ancient art photos are with that lens as well.

    This one, too:

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    I went to Moab again




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    Ahh Moab.





    More Vedauwoo











    old school Boulder



    old school topo
    Guess the guidebook?


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    Like this shot better than the climb.
    In with the 9.

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    Quote Originally Posted by berko View Post


    Like this shot better than the climb.
    Cool video of the first ascent.


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    Pounding in hexes on that thing would have been grim.
    In with the 9.

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    hard to believe all the climbing there is on sonora pass
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    Bad ass stoke. I don't climb - but I have lots of respect for you guys that do. Cool to see this stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mud View Post
    Ahh Moab.




    old school topo
    Guess the guidebook?

    Hueco. Anyone remember going there when it was un-regulated. Funnest place ever. The shitter at Mexican Pete's got pretty grim by Thursday night pump out time.

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    hutchski over tahoe
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    Nothing terribly exciting, but we did Crystal Crag outside of Mammoth over the weekend. It was my Mrs Hutash's second multi-pitch climb. The cool thing was the giant quartz crystal at the top. The ridge walk was cool as well, but nothing very difficult.

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    Went bouldering yesterday


    Bouldering at Wolcott by zartagen, on Flickr


    Penalty Game by zartagen, on Flickr


    Climbing is fun! by zartagen, on Flickr
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    that last pic is cool!
    went climbing at eagle lake cliffs sunday with hutchski and the minis
    jasmyn in the unknown chimney


    skylyn


    hutchski


    me clipping the anchors


    then we moved over to eagle creek cliff. skylyn on an unnamed 5.7ish climb


    jasmyn on the eagle creek climb, taking the more difficult right finish




    me trying to match my foot to my hand. the knee is not down with that yet.


    nacho and stoke climbing mount hutchski
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    Looks like fun!

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    Clipping by zartagen, on Flickr

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    hutchski, a few weeks ago at bowman lake


    one week ago at luther rock


    jasmyn, my youngest, at luther rock


    skylyn, my middlest, at castle rock


    stoked to be heading to city of rocks next week!
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    Quote Originally Posted by zartagen View Post
    I went to Moab again


    That's a fun route. Back in the day my buddy got his hand stuck in the lower part of the crack. Not sure how, but we finally got it out after about 10 minutes. Good times.

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    I miss it. Just got back from a trip to the Boone,NC area, and I climbed the wall at Footslaggers(sp?).
    I was wearing some Mojo boat shoe waders, and decided not to squeeze my feet into climbing shoes.
    I made it up a pretty fun very overhanging section. The guy on the rope was pretty impressed.

    Woke up something in me. I need more of that.
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    Some easy cruisers on upper breadloaves, first city of rocks trip of the season.

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    ^^^^Love the breadloaves. I found them surprisingly uncrowded a few weekends ago and climbed the classic four stars with no waiting.

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    Nice! Twist and Crawl is a favorite. Lucked out on a paid for campsite right up off the main trail. Great place to spend time
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    we're heading there for the 8th through the 11th. anyone else gonna be around?
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    gf topping out on what turned out to be a very nice wall. Surprisingly high quality quartzite, very fun.



    with a view to boot

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