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Chockstone Forum - General Discussion

General Climbing Discussion

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nowra

Mr Ticks
10/09/2007
4:30:54 PM
hi all just thinking about to nowra after this snow season, never really kliped bolts before but climbing trad in the 17 to 19 will i enjoy myself???????????????????????

cruze
10/09/2007
4:54:48 PM
Yes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Just shave the beard off and keep an open mind - just keep telling yourself as you stare up at the grid bolted cliff - 'it isn't ugly, it's Nowra'. Oh, and keep an eye out for dead bodies. And crap on the paths.

wallwombat
10/09/2007
5:23:11 PM
Go and clip bolts in the Blueys instead. More variety, beautiful surroundings, better camping. better pubs, etc,etc.

Nowra sux.

And you will probably find more doable stuff in your grade range up in the mountains.
Mr Milk
10/09/2007
6:15:48 PM
On 10/09/2007 wallwombat wrote:
>
>Nowra sux.
>

pfft... trad climber got upset because there were too many bolts and someone had the audacity to play music at an urban crag...

the beautiful surroundings of the blueys make me want to vomit sometimes.

Nowra is great, and there is heaps and heaps of real good sub 20 stuff. plus you can easily pick fights and score H at the North Nowra Tavern

what a beautiful place. have fun!

wallwombat
10/09/2007
6:32:00 PM

>On 10/09/2007 wallwombat wrote:
>>Nowra sux.

On 10/09/2007 Mr Milk wrote:
>pfft... trad climber got upset because there were too many bolts and someone
>had the audacity to play music at an urban crag...

Just about hit the nail on the head with that one, Jesse.

>the beautiful surroundings of the blueys make me want to vomit sometimes.

Yes, that's because you live there. When I lived in the mountains I used to alleviate the scenic overload by getting the train down to Redfern , getting drunk and getting punched in the head. That always seemed to do the trick.


>Nowra is great, and there is heaps and heaps of real good sub 20 stuff.
>plus you can easily pick fights and score H at the North Nowra Tavern

Four statements. One is a sandbag. You guess which one.

>what a beautiful place. have fun!

Go for it!


wallwombat
10/09/2007
6:36:23 PM
I'm just bored and fishing for MR REDZONE.

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