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Argus 07: Beat your chest beyond Chockstone
k
26/12/2006
2:00:43 PM

Argus, longtime newsletter of the VCC is undergoing a revamp. It's not slick, it's not national and doesn't
want to be. Argus is about small stories in your local climbing area. We want to hear about the new route
you set on the boulder down the road from your house, and who broke their arm falling off the woody in
your backyard during a drunken session.

Sent out to VCC members monthly, Argus keeps members up-to-date with local climbing news and what's
going on in the climbing community socially, too. Contributing is a great way to get your voice heard, put
something down for the record (be it a new route or heresay) and to let other climbers know what you've
been up to.

The VCC is looking for regular contributors for the following topics:
obscure crags
gear lust
burnely bouldering
trad ethics
training for climbing
injury prevention

If writing about any of these appeals to you, then post below or email argus@vicclimb.org.au.

One time contributors are also encouraged to submit. Stories of hero climbs, dramatic injuries and epics
(yours or others) are all welcome. Gossip, slander and incriminating photos will also be warmly recieved,
with only the lowest regard for quality. Send your photos, comments and stories to
argus@vicclimb.org.au.

Any questions or comments, post them here.

Cheers

Katherine
Editor, Argus

Eduardo Slabofvic
26/12/2006
3:17:46 PM
Would you publish an article on how to chop bolts?
k
27/12/2006
9:37:11 AM
I didn't say they would be published. Just recieved.
k
27/12/2006
9:43:19 AM

>Would you publish an article on how to chop bolts?

I don't see why not. Send something in Eduardo.

neats
29/01/2007
9:55:35 PM
It was a nice surprise to receive the new look Argus tonight. Well done to all involved, esp Katherine, a great read!

Keep up the great work!


jgoding
29/01/2007
10:51:03 PM
Hi Katherine,

well done on the new Argus - looks fantastic, and great content too. Really like the layout. Welcome to the VCC team.

Have you ever done any guidebook work? Would you like to???

I look forward to the next issue!

Ciao,


Joe

nmonteith
30/01/2007
8:58:41 AM
yep - really good first issue Katherine!

Sabu
30/01/2007
9:14:59 AM
agreed! it was a great read.
k
30/01/2007
9:43:12 AM

Thanks guys (and neats!)

Good to hear it went down well.

> On 29/01/2007 jgoding wrote:
> Have you ever done any guidebook work? Would you like to???

I wouldn't rule it out....

Katherine

BA
30/01/2007
10:30:25 AM
And it's A5 in size! The popular choice for all worthwhile climbing mags!!
gfdonc
30/01/2007
11:07:19 AM
Has an electronic copy gone out yet?
k
30/01/2007
12:27:53 PM

Dunno gfdonc. It was supposed to go out Monday. I'll find out and let you know...

Richard
30/01/2007
1:08:52 PM
I haven't got my electronic copy yet ..but maybe this is just the marketing stratergy to make me really looking forward to geting it, after reading all the positive reviews...

I can't wait ... !!

Cheers

neats
30/01/2007
5:56:18 PM
On 30/01/2007 Richard wrote:
but maybe this is just the marketing stratergy to make me really looking forward to geting it, after reading all the positive reviews...
>
>I can't wait ... !!
>
>Cheers

Ha ha! You crack me up Richard!!

Rupert
30/01/2007
8:17:03 PM
Guys I just sent out the electronic version - I got home late last night and thought if I tried to send it out then while I was so tired, I'd screw up and send it to all the wrong people. Sorry its a little late.

Anyway I have just hit Send...and now the pimply teenager at my ISP who handles the mail server will have to tear himself away from whatever seedy internet anatomy lesson he was taking and deliver Argus to y'all.

Cheers.
kieranl
30/01/2007
10:17:38 PM
And it's downloading into my mailbox as I type.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
31/01/2007
9:56:07 AM
On 30/01/2007 kieranl wrote:
>And it's downloading into my mailbox as I type.
... seedy internet anatomy lesson if the pimply teenager stuffs up?
~ Could make for an interesting night session!
gfdonc
31/01/2007
11:05:30 AM
Also received it last night.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
31/01/2007
11:30:09 AM
On 31/01/2007 gfdonc wrote:
>Also received it last night.

Heh, heh, heh*.
(*GetchamindoutathaguttaM9!).

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