TC wrote:This route is called Port Side Shuffle.
Zoso wrote:That's nice. I'm sticking with the name I gave it since it really isn't a route, but more of an approach.
boissal wrote:jeebus the signature thing is out of hands...
grk10vq wrote:i probably wouldn't have gone up there seeing that many people on a ledge,
however i wasn't feeling very crowded at all in the end. i thought he'd just
come up anyway and drill another anchor.
an ethically concerned citizen wrote:When a friend and I were climbing about a year ago, he led a very difficult pitch. It was his third time trying to RP the pitch and on his fourth attempt he had 3 cams above him that he lowered from. Cuz each attempt ended up lower than the previous. He took a good rest and than he send the pitch.
Would you consider it a red point or a pinkpoint?
Generation E representative wrote:Two days ago I left two TCUs on a purple and red Neutrino carabiner and two small DMM brass offset nuts on a carabiner at the base of Beckey's Wall in Little Cottonwood Canyon. [...] Feel free to call me or shoot me a text at 8054159801.
Some dude from Sandy wrote:Glad to hear that you got your gear back. After offering me a $50 finders fee to mail the gear back or meeting up with one of your local friends to return it. You decide to call the cops on me? For finding your gear? What the hell man
Generation E representative wrote:Texted you several times and called twice over two days and only received vague responses In which you never said anything about retuning my gear. I texted you back immediately and waited several hours for a response. I then filed a police report with SLC for LOST/STOLEN gear. I told them the whole story and also said that I wanted to deal with you personally but was having major difficulty getting a hold of you. A detective called me three hours later and said that he meet up with you and got all of my gear back. I stressed for three days trying to communicate with someone who I didnt know at all, told me nothing about himself, and who didn't seem very receptive or interested in returning my gear. The detective also said that you metioned that my gear might be considered booty. In my opinion climbing gear that is stuck by one party and retrieved by another is booty.
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