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Rings out 9-Aug-2012 At 5:25:02 PM davidn
On 9/08/2012 kuu wrote:
>Do the 'tradsters' simply accept this and move on or should they stand
>their ground and protect the perceived status quo? And if they choose the
>latter what tactics can they

I was going to post some doom and gloom, but it occurs to me that Blue Lake is the perfect example of a trad crag that should always stay that way in that it's designated a definite no-bolting-ever-ever-don't-touch zone. Perhaps parks can be your friend, in some circumstances?

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