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My Name Is Adski And I'm A Taipan Warrior...

Nick Kaz
23/03/2005
11:23:18 AM
Well Adski lets hear all about it...

adski
23/03/2005
3:00:28 PM
Well OK Nick! Taipan didn't seem too intimidating when you treat it like a one pitch crag. The Seventh Banana p1 was a pretty cool (easy) 23 especially as Jase's gear was still in, I had to be happy with that flash. JP seemed to be more concerned with Agnes his German belay friend than searching for the right foothold but still managed to climb it well. K-man's shoulder of rubber managed the crank eventually also and we were all happy with that one.

Sirocco's first pitch (21) went quite easily also, I'm sure most people would recognise a photo of that route - there's a popular one in the guide and elsewhere with what looks like a woman in swimmers hand traversing on smears and jugs.

After these two and Spillway/Navarre (18) I was quite sated in the sun but am not one to deny JJ a belay so headed over to ugly cousin Spurt and said G'day to That Popular Route (22) and Dial a Lama (24). Spurting Mildly seemed quite intense for a short 22, which got us in the mood as Dial a Lama turned out slightly more intense with both me and JJ only having time for a quick dog before Kman rang the dinner bell.

In true Jase Piper style he missed the early bus from the crag and had to score a ride back to camp with Phil "I don't know what a head torch is" Neville. Nice work Phil squeezing in a couple of days between night shifts and showing us the Fist, and especially for introducing us to Agnes "group sex is great when everyone's into it" and her friends. Cheers!

Nick Kaz
23/03/2005
6:13:59 PM
and the rest of the trip? I heard storeis of over 100 photos, lets see them.

alrob
23/03/2005
7:31:03 PM
On 23/03/2005 adski wrote:
>In true Jase Piper style he missed the early bus from the crag and had
>to score a ride back to camp with Phil "I don't know what a head torch
>is" Neville. Nice work Phil squeezing in a couple of days between night
>shifts and showing us the Fist, and especially for introducing us to Agnes
>"group sex is great when everyone's into it" and her friends. Cheers!

lovely phil

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