Kyle and I were actually lucky enough to meet Robin and have a good chat with him a couple of times before i left for Vegas. He seemed like a good bloke. We saw him one day at Call it a day wall, rap bolting another barley slab.
Canada's most prolific route framer at work
Kyle took an interest in one of his routes there, and decided to give it a go, so he took an interest in us.
Kyle on some 10+ barley route. (Can't remember the name for the life of me)
He told us a little about his work crew, which included dirty harry, and the moderates they were trying to exhume from the moss and dirt.
Barley work crew hard at it.
I dare say he'll get a few nice routes out of it!!
I'm also happy to report he was using proper bolts!!
Thanks for the bump Steve, I enjoyed reading what I missed 8 years ago.
Thom Nephew started Uncle Ben's with S&B finishing it? Guess I missed that one too. I clearly remember Al Givler's comments about his and Mead's exploits on The Black Dike. I believe Mead chronicled it somewhere....