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Trad climber
Santa Cruz
Oct 12, 2012 - 11:04pm PT
Pyramid hefeweizen and doing some welding and machining. Probably not a good combination.


Gym climber
A dingy corner in your refrigerator
Oct 12, 2012 - 11:38pm PT
1) 5 Full Sail Sessions Seasonal Red Ale

2) The way my day has gone I feel like I want to give someone a gasoline enema.

3) Gonna hit the road tomorrow so refer to #2 above PTPP!

One good thing about a spectacularly crappy day is the outlook for tomorrow ....and it's looking good!
Captain...or Skully

Oct 13, 2012 - 12:02am PT
We're running Sessions blacks. Several in, at this point.
Several additional "conditioners" have been applied also.
There seems to be an effect.

Trad climber
Starlite, California
Oct 13, 2012 - 12:31am PT
1.) A bump of agave. Maybe two..

2.) I forgot.

3.) C#2
a. Red Rocks Rack 4 sale now on eBay. -3
Spider Savage

Mountain climber
The shaggy fringe of Los Angeles
Oct 13, 2012 - 12:40am PT
4 fat ounces of Buffalo Trace

Chillin' with a Bogey Film, To Have, and Have Not.

Maybe a litte Stoney Point this weekend. Last week...
Wrasslin' Rat Rock, NYC
Wrasslin' Rat Rock, NYC
Credit: Spider Savage

Gym climber
It's not rocket surgery
Oct 13, 2012 - 02:14am PT
I wasn't drunk...GG Bridge friday nite commute...could be worse, eh?
I wasn't drunk...GG Bridge friday nite commute...could be worse, eh?
Credit: JOEY.F
mouse from merced

Trad climber
The finger of fate, my friends, is fickle.
Oct 13, 2012 - 04:10am PT
"Hey there all,"

Looks like neebee's hitting the haiku sauce.

I knew she'd do so
Poet from ruidoso
More likely Kyoto

To quote Alex Trebec, "Boy, howdy!"

I could do with a Lone Star, I suppose......

Or one a them big-ass old Sapporos......

Or two.

Edit: Gotta try new stuff. Like Rogue's Dead Guy Ale from Oregon, "Dedicated to the Rogue in each of us." It celebrateds the Mayan death myths.

The first is for thirst, the second for pleasure, the third takes your measure with pleasure. It's still Friday ight in Hawaii. The pineapple pricks rival the pineapple princesses for gaiety. Grass skirts one day, muu-muus the next. Delightful! I have no desire to climb in the rain, I'm kicking back and lampooning, verbal cartooning, shooting my mouth off, and reefing the sail.

The Sloop John u sank
The timbers they were all crank.
Please let me go home.

It seems to be working....

Pensylenvy, how's that ale of yours? Mine's delicious, nutritious, and it might just get vicious, but that's the price you pay at 7-11 at 1:30 a.m.

It's too bad old Weej lives in such a tinderbox. He needs your services badly!!!!

Social climber
somewhere that doesnt have anything over 90'
Oct 20, 2012 - 02:03am PT
no alcohol for me tonight, only hippy lettuce!
Captain...or Skully

Oct 20, 2012 - 02:11am PT
Only, he says....

Big Wall climber
Seattle, WA
Oct 20, 2012 - 02:19am PT
I had one beer and the keg blew. I was hoping I could get a few more but hey, I can figure something else out. No shortage of weird shite to drink around here. I have a few bottles of some expensive hard stuff but I don't even drink that stuff much anymore. Good old wine just might be the ticket. I'll report back later.

Oct 20, 2012 - 02:32am PT

4 Dales :-) Just posted to someone about penny bouldering. Way Homo! Sounds like a fun sport with my 3 year old but I've had 4 dale's and I thought...well...

Just ran outta work. Fed said 3 yr old, went to Reel Rock Tour saw a bunch of kick ass climbers doing all the rad sh#t I could never do sans family resposibilities, etc. With said family.

But it was fun, inspiring, and keeps me "blowing some sort of "gascket" everytime I try to man up and pretend to be 20 and as close (miles away) to as good as these folks are.

Check this thing out!

As for the penny bouldering dude/dudess I'm just bein' a 'player hater'.

But Cheers!!!

Captain...or Skully

Oct 21, 2012 - 01:09am PT
Yeah, it's Saturday. So write me up, then.

Trad climber
San Jose, CA
Oct 21, 2012 - 01:41am PT
1. three 7.5% IPAs

2. I want some rat soup from the valley!

3. Have not found good partners yet to hit up the crags since i just moved here!

Trad climber
Starlite, California
Oct 21, 2012 - 01:45am PT
kick ass climbers doing all the rad sh#t I could never do

Obviously, Penny Bouldering is out of your league. But it's not for the faint of heart. Especially if you've had a brouhaha. :)

Or maybe 2.
Captain...or Skully

Oct 21, 2012 - 01:46am PT
Rat soup?

Oct 21, 2012 - 01:48am PT
awe hey man,


Meant no hard feelings. I do think that its a cool idea about "penny bouldering" the more I've thought about it. Seems like you really have got to think about the faces of the boulder you want to go with. Thinking about it on my hike tomorrow.

It was just a response to the topic.

It is really a cool idea for my kid...



Trad climber
Starlite, California
Oct 21, 2012 - 03:28am PT
No hard feelings intended, felt, nor accepted, BluSky.

This is ye old POFNWD thread - that was just a spontaneous thread of one of several Climber's games which creative people have come up with over the years.

It's actually a cool game to play with the children. I've never met anyone who's ever known about it. Clearly, it's origins remain enshrouded in the misty mist. Perhaps Scottie's father, Leo, himself a respectfully good Climber too, played it during his son's early childhood. Who knows? Maybe we could score for a Guggenheim fellowship as needed to research the misty origins of the game?

I've yet to google Wikepedia, to see if this actually has any kind of a historical background.

Surpassing entirely new levels of weirdness, the Game does, in fact, seem to help us to "get small," like building a scale model of an auto, train set, aircraft scale models from desktop display to RC flight replicas, ultimately to scratch build models of my own building designs. And, depending on your boulder's aclevities, you're going to be forced to closely examine the stones features, to identify edges which offer purchase, upward advancement...and "no hands" rests.

It seems as though the Climber's diversions tend to reinforce peripheral skill sets. Skiing for eamplem helps with balance in a high paced scenario; helps, too, to rationalize the exposure of a 50-55 degree slope
of steep windpack.

It seems to help indentify the utility of improbable rest points on micro edges, particularly principles of opposition.

And, it's a good bit of quality fun time with your youngsters, competitive by nature. Jusr remember to bring a small thickness article of sponge, or what have you, for a crash pad.

And, remember, while in the field tomorrow, to boost a small stone to bring home with you.
bit'er ol' guy

the past
Oct 21, 2012 - 12:07pm PT
sunday mornin' while still drunk?
Jebus H Bomz

Reno, Nuh VAAAA duh
Oct 21, 2012 - 12:10pm PT
I might buy a few ales for the upcoming climbing session.

Oh, sh1t damn, anybody else had the Sierra Nevada Hoptimum Ale? A 10% Imperial Ale, hopped to the f-in gills. It's like performing cunninglingus on hot lady hop.

Trad climber
Placerville, California
Oct 21, 2012 - 04:36pm PT
im totally 9.5 percent,
coming down from an epic, though
bitchen mountain holiday
filled with a sub-freezing,
tentless bivi with young chilren (6, 9);
howlin wind!
suffering together at 2:00am,
midnight bare-asses pees,

a wonderful meteor shower;
grateful sunrise,
skippin lake surface,

a powerful and dramatic stormfront
entering our range,

stopped by kirkwood and
hadda grilled cheese with sliced tomatoes
on then childrens / mom's mind
and a double bach tall ale or two upon
popa's graceless being.

salud, a ti.


why is there a wheel barrow in the
living room?"

"oh. i had to wheel myself across
the threshold, sweets."

"oh. okay."

off we go in gleeful company
to the local theatre's production
of ....

"a sleeping beauty."

which is exactly what we weren't the last eve's.
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