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pyro

Big Wall climber
Calabasas
Mar 2, 2013 - 12:28am PT
My green fin is finished must continue with another..puff puff.
Reilly

Mountain climber
The Other Monrovia- CA
Mar 2, 2013 - 01:07am PT

La femme alsacienne pronounced the choucroute le vrai deal.
Ooo la la! Choucroute and pork leg! Mmmmm, porc fat!
Credit: Reilly

Bought a half case of the Reisling and the Pinot Gris; they were outstanding!
Captain...or Skully

climber
Mar 2, 2013 - 01:15am PT
Check out his fancy pants over there.....
ladyscarlett

Trad climber
SF Bay Area, California
Mar 2, 2013 - 01:18am PT
tea with lemon and honey ;)

and the good deep breathes of the End of the Day...mmmm, so tastie!!

tonight I'm giving my nuts a good heft...or 6...cause I'm PACKIN'

but don't worry, I'm not armed or dangerous ;)

I'm such a n00b, getting a little (slightly!!) amped up to head to the mountains this weekend and hopefully climb a bit. I'm tempted to sleep with my rope! It's not been handled in a bit, and can get fussy about such things, or so I hear. There's rumor that if I don't tend to it...it'll get kinky, and whatever could I do with kinky rope? Climb?

Early start to the mountains...my brain is tingling!

Cheers

LS
Lynne Leichtfuss

Sport climber
moving thru
Mar 2, 2013 - 01:37am PT
Wow! thanks, BIOTCH.

Had forgotten about that book. Pulled it out and what memories. Dan experimented with all kinds of stuff. Few years before he went to heaven he wondered if he could have done more to create innovative rubber and more for the climbing world.

MisterE

Social climber
Mar 2, 2013 - 01:40am PT
Two Buck Chuck is now two and a half buck Chuck

What the Fuk?

Still good though - a nice Shiraz and a note to pyro:

your herb posts belong on the other thread - that puff stuff don't fly here.
Captain...or Skully

climber
Mar 2, 2013 - 01:42am PT
Dude, we're drunk right now, hear?
It's true. Meh.
Vegasclimber

Trad climber
Las Vegas, NV.
Mar 2, 2013 - 01:51am PT
My usual non alcoholic brew for the evening. Been busy creasing my SAR uni for a dog-and-pony show tomorrow. Basic heli ops training, yay fun.

Weekend plans include a 15 miler in the desert to look for an F86 crash site from the mid 50s I believe. Have good coordinates and I'm hoping that the remote location has kept the worst of the part pilferers away.
MisterE

Social climber
Mar 2, 2013 - 01:54am PT
They still use the reals corks though *hic*,,,,.........sss god stuff!

Wher is yhe ghoulewhej?
'Pass the Pitons' Pete

Big Wall climber
like Ontario, Canada, eh?
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 2, 2013 - 10:42am PT
Is the ghoul still recovering from last week?

La choucroute est certainment le vrai deal!
pyro

Big Wall climber
Calabasas
Mar 2, 2013 - 11:49am PT
note to pyro:

your herb posts belong on the other thread - that puff stuff don't fly here.

pick on somebody ur own age! :)
MisterE

Social climber
Mar 9, 2013 - 01:29am PT
Switching to tequila and grapefruit juice bump.

Maybe not the best idea.
Michelle

Social climber
Toshi's Station, picking up power converters.
Mar 9, 2013 - 03:08am PT
^^^tequila and grapefruit hmm. Tell us how that works out..
allapah

climber
Mar 9, 2013 - 04:47am PT
resonance effect creating collateral motion between the sub-nucleic and Newtonian domains- quarks and leptons lining up parallel similar to the way a mammalian neocortex thinks- collateral motion between these domains transmitting information across the cusp of matter / sub-matter-- climber lowering center of gravity on lead in distinctive slab-climbing crouching posture, getting intimations of sure success...
moosedrool

Trad climber
lost, far away from Poland
Mar 9, 2013 - 05:27am PT
I am not drunk.

just saying
'Pass the Pitons' Pete

Big Wall climber
like Ontario, Canada, eh?
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 15, 2013 - 07:58pm PT
Greetings from Mammoth Cave, Kentucky!

Several beers, some really hideous root beer liqueur that was left over in the fridge, and some OK Argentinian Malbec, in honour of the new pope.

Virgin booty awaits tomorrow. Yesterday we squeezed through a tight slot to emerge in continuing passage ten feet high by two to three feet wide with excellent airflow heading into the great unknown. About the only drawback is that we'll have to explore and survey while standing in mud and water. Where does that air go?

It's hell in the karst. I think I need another beer...
Brandon-

climber
The Granite State.
Mar 15, 2013 - 08:02pm PT
Ok, I'm having a few tonight.

Makers rocks and Harpoon IPA.

Happy buzz, not getting drunk though, the bud will put me to bed before I can really tie one on...

...and that's a good thing.
gonzo chemist

climber
Fort Collins, CO
Mar 15, 2013 - 09:25pm PT
PtPP,

I visited Mammoth Cave when I was a kid! Isn't it the longest continuous cave system in North America, or something like that? I think it stretches for about a thousand miles.

'Pass the Pitons' Pete

Big Wall climber
like Ontario, Canada, eh?
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 15, 2013 - 09:45pm PT
As they say down in Kentucky, it's the longest cave system in the whole en-tar world!

Just over 400 miles of surveyed passage, and if I have my way with it tomorrow, it'll be another thousand or two thousand feet longer!
Fritz

Trad climber
Choss Creek, ID
Mar 15, 2013 - 10:28pm PT
Afternoon outside today & plans for this weekend of "spring clean-up on the ranchette and getting the water system up and running.

A little red-wine from H3 Vineyards & just opened a bottle of Cline Mourvedre.

We are celebrating our one week anniversary of being back from Chilean Patagonia visiting "El Jim's" Bivy site on Largo General Carrera with our wonderful host & guide "La Angela."

So------if I post our trip report on the TFNPWDP thread----maybe it will not go to ST post oblivion as soon as a post on “the frenzied forum?”

Sunset on Lago General Carrera and the Northern Icecap of Patagonian C...
Sunset on Lago General Carrera and the Northern Icecap of Patagonian Chile from the Donini bivy. The peak at center right with the long ridgeline is the highest in Patagonia: San Valentin, 13,500 Ft. (our lake's altitude is nearly sea-level---718 Ft.
Credit: Fritz
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