Trip Report
The Pinnacles Mega-Link
Tuesday March 8, 2011 2:45am
The piercing buzz of my alarm clock drove me out of my deep, Saturday slumber. I rolled over and the clock displayed the object of my discomfort- 7:45 AM. On a Saturday?! F#@k it. I rolled over and slept for another half hour.

Adamame and I started for Pinnacles National Monument (an area known for its rock quality) with the sole intention of putting to rest a pair of projects that have been plaguing us for months. Half way through our voyage, we had a sudden change of heart: as if a light bulb had flickered on in our collective subconscious illuminating trails of adventure never seen or sought before. What good is projecting the life out of a climb when all that is to be gained upon one's success is a paltry hundred feet of climbing? Rock climbing is about going places- and oh the places we were fixing to go that day!

The Goal: To climb ten 5.10s and eleven 5.11s in Bear Gulch in a single day. The eleven 11s linkup is revered by such figures as Tom Davis, the owner of the local climbing gym who considered it quite the feat. We decided to up the ante.
Credit: Mittens
We rolled into the parking lot at 10:30AM and were ready for action. Fueled by Albright's Donuts, we sprinted to the trailhead like soldiers charging an enemy bunker: gear clattering and clanging and turning the head of many an obese hiker.
“You have the rope, right?” Adam asked as we reached the trail.
“I thought you had it.” I replied.

We had already made complete fools of ourselves in front of throngs of tourists, and neither of us wanted to take the walk of shame back to the car. Luckily, my bowels required the purging of the aforementioned donuts, so Adam stealthy made the journey back for the rope while I sat on a porcelain throne.

We quickly found ourselves at the foot of the grand Vasquez Monolith and Adam prepared to lead the first route: Terranean Tango (10a). Notice Adam has his shirt on in this photo. This was quickly changed when a group of girls walked by without hooting and hollering at him. Figuring that this venture required copious amounts of appraisal and attention (hence my posting it here), off came the shirts (it was also really hot).
Terranean Tango 5.10a
Terranean Tango 5.10a
Credit: Mittens
Next was my first lead: POD (11a). This was the first rap-bolted route at the pinnacles. I chopped the bolts on the way down.
Post Orgasmic Depression 5.11a
Post Orgasmic Depression 5.11a
Credit: Mittens
Adam's second lead was Foreplay (11b), a lead-bolted route put up by some of our bro-hams. The name rang quite true, as the sun-shimmered sweat on Adam's muscular back was sure to arouse any passerby. Adam almost blew his load a little too early as he barely hung on after botching a normally easy sequence after the last bolt: sweat pouring out of his pores like rain.
Foreplay 5.11b
Foreplay 5.11b
Credit: Mittens
My second lead, Hawaiian noises (10d), is known for its unnecessary run-outs from the ground to the first bolt and from the last bolt to the top. Luckily, I have the nerves of a gladiator and the strength of a bull, and laughed in the face of mild danger (and could have grabbed the rappel rope of a party of n00bz if needed.
Hawaiian Noises 5.10d R
Hawaiian Noises 5.10d R
Credit: Mittens
Next, Adam lead Richnach's Revenge (11a). He was surprised that after 16 years of climbing at the Pinns, he had never done such a great route!
Richnak's Revenge 5.11a
Richnak's Revenge 5.11a
Credit: Mittens
I then lead Feed the Beast (11c). I defied the beast by turning around for a glamor shot, but he is a mean beast and punished me with a smattering of forearm pump.
Feed the Beast 5.11c
Feed the Beast 5.11c
Credit: Mittens
I moved due right and lead Cantaloupe Death (10c). It was also rap bolted, so out came the bolts!
Cantaloupe Death 5.10c
Cantaloupe Death 5.10c
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Next, Adam fired the seldom tried Bad Bolts AKA hard variation (10c). He cruised the crux just as Munge wandered by and snapped a shot.
Bad Bolts Variation 5.10c, Photo courtesy of Munge.
Bad Bolts Variation 5.10c, Photo courtesy of Munge.
Credit: Mittens
Next, I lead Rocket in My Pocket (10d). This proved to be the psychological crux of the day as I accidentally didn't leave enough tail in my figure 8 to tie a back up knot. The sheer speed of our mega-link did not permit me to retie, and consequentially, I spent the next 5 minutes wondering in terror if it would hold in the event of a fall. Luckily, I did not fall, thus upholding our record of no falls to that point. Also interesting to note is that the ROCKET used on the first ascent was a power drill. We decided not to chop the bolts, because the climb was boldly bolted on stance.
Credit: Mittens
We continued our circumnavigation of the monolith to our first Non-Monolith route: Sunwheel (11a). Adam cruised it, though the crux of this climb was the least solid I felt all day, and involved a long move off of a small, slopey side pull. Sunwheel is uncharacteristically crimpy for the Pinns, and is an awesome route,
Sunwheel 5.11a
Sunwheel 5.11a
Credit: Mittens
Next came the technical crux of the day: Black Dagger (11d). As Adam followed, his hands began to cramp, and, with the no-falls link threatened, pulled through on ethos alone: begging me to divulge the sequence aloud.
Black Dagger 5.11d
Black Dagger 5.11d
Credit: Mittens
The next climb got the undisputed “Pile of the Day” award- Pearl Sheath (10b). This photo says it all.
Pearl Sheath 5.10b
Pearl Sheath 5.10b
Credit: Mittens
Then came the most daring route of the day, Deadpoint (11a), which requires a leap of faith across a chasm promising a 30 foot fall and near certain death to climbers that don't stick the grab. As a pack of local Hispanics looked on, I made the jump.
Deadpoint 5.11a
Deadpoint 5.11a
Credit: Mittens
Credit: Mittens
No falls as of yet, and only 8 routes to go. So hi ho, hi ho, of to the Disco Wall we go.

First, I lead Power Point (11d) which consists of a powerful boulder problem down low to easier climbing. It's kind of a gimme at the grade if you can boulder, so all you gym rats-go tick it off and log it on your 8a scorecards.
Powerpoint 5.11d
Powerpoint 5.11d
Credit: Mittens
Adam lead the classic warm-up, Stupendous Man (10a).
Stupendous Man 5.10a
Stupendous Man 5.10a
Credit: Mittens
I lead The Verdict (11a/b depending on the guidebook). It was insanely fun.
Verdict 5.11b
Verdict 5.11b
Credit: Mittens

Next came Broken Arrow (10d). Both of us were surprised to have missed this one before the link-up, as it was later to receive the “most fun new route” award. I didn't get a photo of it, but wholeheartedly assure you of our authenticity.

Next came the enduro-crux Cosmos (11b), after having to walk down from the top of the monolith barefoot after being unable to rap Broken Arrow. It is a glorious climb with a spectacular roof midway that requires crimping and heel hooks. While climbing the route- I gallantly claimed “I like my women like I like my bolts- old and rusty!”
Cosmos 5.11b
Cosmos 5.11b
Credit: Mittens
We decided to do a more obscure route- Denied (10d) put up by none other than Mr. Mud himself. Adam cruised up this lichen-encrusted adventure route. While following, I was almost denied the no-falls link on the final crux bulge by breaking a large foothold- tenuously holding a swing off of 2 slopey knobs.
On top of Denied 5.10d
On top of Denied 5.10d
Credit: Mittens
2 more to go! The end was in sight! We reached the Tourist Trap, and out came the headlamps.

I lead Pickpocket (11a) by head torch. Climbing at the Pinnacles is much more difficult in the dark as it is hard to discern which footholds might break-sending your dreams of a 21 route link up to the deck with your headlamp.
Pickpocket 5.11a
Pickpocket 5.11a
Credit: Mittens
Credit: Mittens

Finally, Adam lead Angstrom's Away (10a) and I followed, fulfilling our destiny of the ten 10s and eleven 11s link up!
Angstrom's Away
Angstrom's Away
Credit: Mittens
We finished with a car to car time of 8:30. Both of us freed every route with no falls. It was amazing how many classic routes we climbed within a five minute walk. They said it couldn’t be done, but when did we ever listen to what they say?
Credit: Mittens
We had a celebratory feast at Super Taqueria in Hollister and headed back to Santa Cruz.
Credit: Mittens
We made our way to Joe's house where a birthday dance party was being held for Nic. The keg was flowing, and good times were had by all. I tried to redpoint my dating-project, Genoa, but she was having none of it, as usual.
Credit: Mittens
Credit: Mittens
Credit: Mittens
Credit: Mittens

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About the Author
Mittens and Adamame are climbers from Santa Cruz.

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mucci

Trad climber
The pitch of Bagalaar above you
  Mar 8, 2011 - 02:59am PT
Damn.

Talk about a pull down.
karodrinker

Trad climber
San Jose, CA
  Mar 8, 2011 - 03:12am PT
Sweet! Nice work, funny write up. That's a damn solid day.
ß Î Ø T Ç H

Boulder climber
extraordinaire
  Mar 8, 2011 - 03:45am PT
Photos and writing like high level magazine quality.
squatch

Boulder climber
santa cruz, CA
  Mar 8, 2011 - 04:32am PT
good stuff. the monkeys always send!
valygrl

climber
Boulder, CO
  Mar 8, 2011 - 09:21am PT
Nice! All the elements of a great pinnacles day.
(Hi Santa Cruz!)
mrtropy

Trad climber
Nor Cal
  Mar 8, 2011 - 11:53am PT
Very nice!
msiddens

Trad climber
  Mar 8, 2011 - 12:04pm PT
EPIC day and nice job guys. One of the great thing about the Pinns (or climbing in general) is you can be at it for years and breakout on a day like this that makes you feel like a kid again. Albeit a pumped kid.
Bad Acronym

climber
Little Death Hollow
  Mar 8, 2011 - 12:10pm PT
I was held in suspense, waiting to see which pebble would break and ruin your no-falls streak. Nice job!
Adamame

climber
Santa Cruz
  Mar 8, 2011 - 12:17pm PT
If we would have started a little earlier and eaten a real breakfast, we could have swapped out a few of the not so classic routes and made an even more classic day. But we did amass 42 stars according to Brad Young's guidebook, so I think we did alright.
Roger Breedlove

climber
Cleveland Heights, Ohio
  Mar 8, 2011 - 12:24pm PT
Nice trip(s) report. Sorta like speed-dating.
mtnyoung

Trad climber
Twain Harte, California
  Mar 8, 2011 - 12:41pm PT
Nice day, and great trip report. Didn't Bacher used to do "Half Dome Days," and "El Cap Days" in Josh? I think John Long's story "The Only Blasphemy" described those. So you boys got in a Half Dome Day?

And 42 stars in a day? I hate to confess it, but I don't think I "climbed" 42 stars there all of last season.
Adamame

climber
Santa Cruz
  Mar 8, 2011 - 12:49pm PT
Just to set things straight Brad, we used the ratings from the Rubine book (since I grew up with that book) and the star count from your book.

And Half Dome free is on our horizon.
Dirka

Trad climber
Hustle City
  Mar 8, 2011 - 12:52pm PT
Badass!
j-tree

Big Wall climber
Typewriters and Ledges
  Mar 8, 2011 - 01:30pm PT
I tried to redpoint my dating-project, Genoa, but she was having none of it, as usual.

best part of the TR by far.
murcy

Gym climber
sanfrancisco
  Mar 8, 2011 - 01:39pm PT
Thanks for taking the time to get great photos. Awesome conglomming!
JEleazarian

Trad climber
Fresno CA
  Mar 8, 2011 - 01:48pm PT
Great work. Great TR. Great pics.

Congratulations!

John
Mungeclimber

Trad climber
Nothing creative to say
  Mar 8, 2011 - 01:51pm PT
superb!
Jebus H Bomz

climber
Peavine Basecamp
  Mar 8, 2011 - 01:52pm PT
What a linkup! It looks like you hit a lot of the quality routes. It actually makes me miss that conglomerate mudpit!
nutjob

Sport climber
Almost to Hollywood, Baby!
  Mar 8, 2011 - 02:05pm PT
Great write-up! Makes me want to wander down to Pinnacles.
k-man

Gym climber
SCruz
  Mar 8, 2011 - 02:24pm PT
The idea for Eleven 11s at the Pinnacles came to me when Brooks asked for a short list of classics that he could post on the Friend of Pinnacles web site:

http://www.pinnacles.org/

I thought about it for a bit, and ended up sending him Eleven 11s, a list of 5.11s climbs that would entail a "nice day at the Monument." Of course, he never printed it...

Nice to see that you two have taken this to heart, and accomplished the Nice Day in super-fine style!!

It was always a question about which routes you'd do first, and how you'd squeeze them all in. Looks like that wasn't a problem for you two!
Joe

Social climber
Santa Cruz
  Mar 8, 2011 - 02:17pm PT
Mark, great write up!!! giving Lucas a run for his words...keep writing, fun times, by the way did either of you bad boyz leave a set of false breasts at my crib? just askin'
great pictures, great day, did Genoa see this?

Brad have you climbed any real starred routes in the past 3 years?
Adamame

climber
Santa Cruz
  Mar 8, 2011 - 02:43pm PT
Kelly, I couldn't find the list you have talked about. Where do I find it?

Joe, I would contact ScuffyB, K-Man, or Andre about the false boobs.
Danholio

Trad climber
San Francisco, CA
  Mar 8, 2011 - 03:02pm PT
Did you really chop the bolts on POD?
Roger Breedlove

climber
Cleveland Heights, Ohio
  Mar 8, 2011 - 03:06pm PT
Of course he did: this is the Internet.
Adamame

climber
Santa Cruz
  Mar 8, 2011 - 03:11pm PT
Mittens forgot to mention that we also chopped the direct start to The Verdict, since it was rap bolted. But after that we were way too tired to chop Cosmos, but we did have the energy to add a new bolt between the first and second to make it sport friendly.
mtnyoung

Trad climber
Twain Harte, California
  Mar 8, 2011 - 03:22pm PT
"Brad have you climbed any real starred routes in the past 3 years?"

OUCH, Joe!

As you know, any route that I haven't done before is worth three stars to me. And I'm kinda running out of starred routes I haven't done (there are a few though...).
Mungeclimber

Trad climber
Nothing creative to say
  Mar 8, 2011 - 03:29pm PT
Mittens forgot to mention that we also chopped the direct start to The Verdict, since it was rap bolted. But after that we were way too tired to chop Cosmos, but we did have the energy to add a new bolt between the first and second to make it sport friendly.


LOL!
'Pass the Pitons' Pete

Big Wall climber
like Ontario, Canada, eh?
  Mar 8, 2011 - 03:38pm PT
Holy frig - don't you guys ever get TIRED???

An amazing send. I have a few similar uncompleted long term projects ....

... like Genoa. ;)
scuffy b

climber
heading slowly NNW
  Mar 8, 2011 - 04:40pm PT
Wow, a great day and an entertaining write up.
As far as I know, the falsies are not mine.
micronut

Trad climber
Fresno/Clovis, ca
  Mar 8, 2011 - 04:58pm PT
"I like my women like I like my bolts- old and rusty!”

I like mine "fat and in pairs."

or "shiny and made in Switzerland"

or "strong but not real pretty."

or "big and easy to see from far away."


Way to get after it fellas. Fun read. Next time, wear speedos, you were already shirtless.
Slater

Trad climber
Central Coast
  Mar 8, 2011 - 05:05pm PT
Nice job. I did 20 pitches in a day (in November) with Brandon Thau a couple years back. We stopped at dusk, and made the 20. But your send was was proud.
Captain...or Skully

climber
in the oil patch...Fricken Bakken, that's where
  Mar 8, 2011 - 05:13pm PT
Good shtuff, boys. TFPU!!
Killer TR.
Joe

Social climber
Santa Cruz
  Mar 8, 2011 - 05:32pm PT
teasing Brad, but as you've said, if you own a pen, they can all be starred routes...
mtnyoung

Trad climber
Twain Harte, California
  Mar 8, 2011 - 07:39pm PT
Hey, Joe, I know you're teasing. And I know that I deserve it.

P.S. The Sonora Pass Highway Second Edition will be sold in a package: The book, a small bottle of white-out, and sheets of tiny little stars with sticky backings.
jfailing

Trad climber
PDX, North Slope, The Open Road
  Mar 8, 2011 - 08:15pm PT
You dudes are badass. Good luck on the lady-proj Mittens...
Ezra Ellis

Trad climber
North wet, and Da souf
  Mar 8, 2011 - 10:45pm PT
Way to shred the GNAR,
TFPU...:)
mtnyoung

Trad climber
Twain Harte, California
  Mar 9, 2011 - 01:01am PT
Bump for a fun trip report.
ladyscarlett

Trad climber
SF Bay Area, California
  Mar 9, 2011 - 05:35am PT
That's my buddy in the picture at Monolith! I believe that I 'screamed' on that climb.

Yup yup, we were the n00bz...again, sorry, and I'm going to remember to be more attentive in the future. I am honestly trying to learn as fast as I can. Did you like my PG lead certification tag? I couldn't find a shirt to match it, but it means I'm a Real Climber...or so I'm told, heh!

A fun read, and glad to hear you made your goal. The party in Santa Cruz looks awesome too.

Thanks for the company!

Cheers

LadyScarlett
Buju

Big Wall climber
the range of light
  Mar 9, 2011 - 10:06am PT
yeah fellas!
billygoat

climber
Pees on beard to seek mates.
  Mar 9, 2011 - 12:53pm PT
Definitely a great day, but I vastly prefer Adamame's TR of the first ascent of Peeling Away. This TR strikes me as less honest, more immature, and generally egotistical. Check out Adam's TR here:

http://www.mudncrud.com/forums/index.php?topic=1442.0

Adamame

climber
Santa Cruz
  Mar 9, 2011 - 01:14pm PT
Billy, Your comments confirm that this TR is successful in the exact ways we intended it to be. Climbing with Mark is definitely an egotistical lesson in regaining your lost immaturity. Luckily I'm an expert at editing photos to fit that particular mood that comes out in his writing.
Joe

Social climber
Santa Cruz
  Mar 9, 2011 - 01:15pm PT
really Justin, do you need to diss Mark's great TR in order to praise Adam?
isn't OK just to say something positive?
Adamame

climber
Santa Cruz
  Mar 9, 2011 - 01:53pm PT
Billy the Kid has some envy for Mark's abilites, so he has a history of cutting him down. IMHO I think Mark's writing is way better then mine.

Fun party Joe, the only reason we climbed all that stuff and chopped all those bolts was to brag to everyone at the party about it.
billygoat

climber
Pees on beard to seek mates.
  Mar 9, 2011 - 02:22pm PT
Well Joe, as Adam indicated, they were going for the qualities that I identified, so I guess they do see that as a positive. And my perspective is my perspective, so it seems that Adam and I share a perspective on this one. Seems to me that you're the one claiming what I said wasn't positive. I thought it was constructive criticism and me stating that I prefer the style of write up Adam accomplished in the other trip report. I thought this trip report had been written by both of them, but according to Adam it was just Mark. I agree that Mark is a better writer (Adam's TR is full of redundancies and more grammatical errors), but overall I prefer the tone he set. Just saying...

At any rate, no, I don't subscribe to the philosophy of "if you don't have anything good to say, don't say anything at all." I'm more of a "say what you see and hope that others will welcome a multi-perspective forum" sorta guy. I find a bunch of people sitting around patting each other on the back about as inviting as a circle jerk. Positive spin just ends up excluding those who don't swing the same way. Kinda white bread and boring if you ask me. I think it's our differences that make things spicy and the world and interesting place to be, so I like pointing them out. And if that means I tend to disagree with the majority, fine by me.

And, also, that wasn't Justin posting up, it was Billygoat, AKA Billy the Kid--you know, the one who pees on his beard to attract mates. Billygoat may be rough around the edges, but he's not afraid to risk sharing a different take on things at the expense of disagreement. And, knowing Mark, I wouldn't be surprised he feels the same way. He and I have enjoyed plenty a good debate.
Mungeclimber

Trad climber
Nothing creative to say
  Mar 9, 2011 - 02:50pm PT
I think it's correct to say that Peeling Away was an FFA.
mike m

Trad climber
black hills
  Mar 9, 2011 - 03:06pm PT
Nice job on the climbing and the TR
oils

climber
  Mar 9, 2011 - 03:10pm PT
I'm pretty familiar with the Pinnacles and have never heard of Dead Point, but then I don't have the new book. Where is that climb? From the pics it looks like it could be aka men at work on the men at work boulder?
k-man

Gym climber
SCruz
  Mar 9, 2011 - 08:15pm PT
Dead Point was first published in Rubine's 1st (Blue) guide, but then I believe it was removed (from the Purple 2nd ed) because it was kinda off limits. Truly a hidden classic.

So Bro's, I'm looking for the complete list of .10s & .11s! Roll it out!



PS. Whoa Billy, have another beer and chill. You're gonna get old too fast if you continue that crank.
Mittens

climber
Author's Reply  Mar 9, 2011 - 06:29pm PT
Wow Justin, this thread went over your head. But I guess that's to be expected, as you don't necessarily have a good track record of taking things jokingly. On any note, Adam and I burst out laughing several times while I was writing it, and if nothing else, had fun in the process of putting it together. If you didn't enjoy it or find it funny, you probably won't want to read any of my TRs in the future!
Adamame

climber
Santa Cruz
  Mar 9, 2011 - 06:10pm PT
Billygoat, When you say our TR is immature, dishonest, and egotistical, I take that as an insult. This experience was all about having fun and pushing our boundaries as climbers. Our intent was to share a positive experience with the people of this community. 
squatch

Boulder climber
santa cruz, CA
  Mar 9, 2011 - 06:22pm PT
oh snap!
msiddens

Trad climber
  Mar 9, 2011 - 06:57pm PT
Adam, nicely stated btw.
HighTraverse

Trad climber
Bay Area
  Mar 10, 2011 - 12:49pm PT
I'm exhausted just reading this TR. Time now for my morning nap!
I tried to redpoint my dating-project, Genoa, but she was having none of it, as usual
Try a shower before the party next time.
....immature?
....egotistical?
mebby Genoa was turned off by yer tongue in yer cheek?
Excellent outing!
socialclimber

climber
CA
  Oct 6, 2012 - 09:30pm PT
With my goals in mind for tomorrow at the pinns this TR was immensely helpful, starting to think a little higher of you knuckle draggers at the North end of the bay... kidding, you guys are great, I think Dead, Richnaks, and a couple others will be added to our proposed list for mañana, hope my old frame holds up... TR to come... btw, we are stooping to 5.9 for this adventure, 11 11's and 10 10's is damn stout!

Charles
briham89

Big Wall climber
santa cruz, ca
  Oct 10, 2012 - 02:24am PT
Missed this one the first time around. Rad day!
Dirka

Trad climber
Hustle City
  Oct 10, 2012 - 06:40am PT
Sweet tr and an amazing day!
uttingerrobe

Sport climber
The five Street NewYork NewYork USA 10001
  Oct 10, 2012 - 09:16am PT
Jeff Gorris

climber
Not from, Portlandia
  Oct 10, 2012 - 10:10am PT
Nice report and pics of my old stompin ground!
le_bruce

climber
Oakland, CA
  Oct 10, 2012 - 02:35pm PT
Such a tough call from Oakland.

"I could get to Pinnacles in 2.5 hrs, or Yosemite in 3.5 hrs..."

That extra 60 minutes has always been worth it and I haven't made it to Pinnacles yet, but this TR might get me there.
sheerinjerr

Boulder climber
Cherry Street, Room 318 Atlanta Georgia USA 30332
  Oct 11, 2012 - 05:12am PT
lars johansen

Trad climber
West Marin, CA
  Oct 11, 2012 - 11:18am PT
Impressive effort, thanks.


lj
Adamame

climber
Santa Cruz
  Oct 11, 2012 - 12:32pm PT
BJGivens, just a little advice... you're not going to get any respect around the taco with the kind of posts you have started off with.
NML81

Trad climber
N Lake Tahoe
  Oct 11, 2012 - 02:36pm PT
Assuming you are not the one who rap bolted those lines orginally and you really did chop those bolts, do you intend to put them back in on lead? Seems funny to use the bolts to climb the route, then chop them so nobody else gets to climb it.
brotherbbock

Trad climber
Alta Loma, CA
  Oct 11, 2012 - 04:05pm PT
I agree NM
Adamame

climber
Santa Cruz
  Oct 11, 2012 - 05:59pm PT
The chopping bolts comments were just a joke to introduce folks to the history of the place and the traditional ground up ethic that is preferred by many at Pinnacles. Mittens and I like to joke around.
NML81

Trad climber
N Lake Tahoe
  Oct 11, 2012 - 06:02pm PT
I was hoping, thanks.
karodrinker

Trad climber
San Jose, CA
  Oct 12, 2012 - 12:45pm PT
Quit joking around guys, this is serious sh#t deserving stoic, non emotional documentation. This funny haha is just unacceptable.

rosichrudo

Gym climber
The five Street NewYork NewYork USA 10001
  Oct 13, 2012 - 04:22am PT
Roxy

Trad climber
CA Central Coast
  Oct 13, 2012 - 11:52am PT
great write up. big day out.

cheers!
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