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Stolen Crash Pad, Trackside
workless_climbmore
11/04/2011
8:23:37 AM
We stashed our pad at Trackside in the Grampians on Saturday afternoon (9April) while we climbed for a few hours up at Taipan Wall. When we came back the pad was gone!
It was well hidden in the forest off the main path. Only very lost bushwalkers or boulderers are likely to have spotted it. It's a Black Diamond Impact pad, black with an orange face, 12 months old.
If you have seen it- or some dodgy people sporting an 'old' new bouldering pad, please PM.

phil_nev
11/04/2011
3:20:21 PM
Pretty poor form really. All you climbers should know better!!

We have a pretty good idea who took the pad too (The couple bouldering at Taipan on Saturday with no crashpad!!!)... Just return it to it's rightful owners and you may well avoid the lynching!!

nmonteith
11/04/2011
4:30:06 PM
I'm amazed someone would even consider stealing this? A bit hard to hide on the walk out! Could rangers have removed it? Anyone rung them?

Miguel75
11/04/2011
6:06:04 PM
Steve, did you give us a jump start in the Mt Zero car park Sat morning? Thanks again if you did. Sorry it happened to you either way and I hope the thief falls, misses the pad and break their coccyx. Months of not being able to sit properly will learn 'em.

Gavo
11/04/2011
6:17:55 PM
On 11/04/2011 phil_nev wrote:
>Pretty poor form really. All you climbers should know better!!
>
>We have a pretty good idea who took the pad too (The couple bouldering
>at Taipan on Saturday with no crashpad!!!)... Just return it to it's rightful
>owners and you may well avoid the lynching!!

Wtf??? Really? They stole the pad, and went bouldering with it????

LYNCH THEM!!!!!
bl@ke
11/04/2011
7:17:18 PM
Hey Gav how do you feel about people that leave their pads lying at the pines for a month and then want it back?

White Trash
11/04/2011
8:32:44 PM
On 11/04/2011 Gavo wrote:
>On 11/04/2011 phil_nev wrote:
>>Pretty poor form really. All you climbers should know better!!
>>
>>We have a pretty good idea who took the pad too (The couple bouldering
>>at Taipan on Saturday with no crashpad!!!)... Just return it to it's
>rightful
>>owners and you may well avoid the lynching!!
>
>Wtf??? Really? They stole the pad, and went bouldering with it????
>
>LYNCH THEM!!!!!

Isn't going bouldering with it punishment enough?

salty crag
11/04/2011
8:40:15 PM
Karma will get them in the end, if not in this life then in the next. Hey, what do boulderers come back as after reincarnation?

White Trash
11/04/2011
8:56:36 PM
On 11/04/2011 salty crag wrote:
>Karma will get them in the end, if not in this life then in the next. Hey,
>what do boulderers come back as after reincarnation?

I dunno.
What?

Miguel75
11/04/2011
9:47:49 PM
On 11/04/2011 salty crag wrote:
>Hey, what do boulderers come back as after reincarnation?

Transsexual Satan worshipers? seagulls?

White Trash
12/04/2011
12:43:02 AM
On 11/04/2011 Miguel75 wrote:
>On 11/04/2011 salty crag wrote:
>>Hey, what do boulderers come back as after reincarnation?
>
>Transsexual Satan worshipers? seagulls?

Jonathan Livingston?

chossbagger
12/04/2011
3:12:18 AM
On 12/04/2011 White Trash wrote:
>On 11/04/2011 Miguel75 wrote:
>>On 11/04/2011 salty crag wrote:
>>>Hey, what do boulderers come back as after reincarnation?
>>
>>Transsexual Satan worshipers? seagulls?
>
>Jonathan Livingston?

shitehawks
workless_climbmore
12/04/2011
7:44:39 AM
On 11/04/2011 Miguel75 wrote:
>Steve, did you give us a jump start in the Mt Zero car park Sat morning?
>Thanks again if you did. Sorry it happened to you either way and I hope
>the thief falls, misses the pad and break their coccyx. Months of not being
>able to sit properly will learn 'em.

Yeah, that was me. Sounds like you got home ok (good trip report!).

ambyeok
12/04/2011
1:56:30 PM
On 12/04/2011 chossbagger wrote:
>On 12/04/2011 White Trash wrote:
>>On 11/04/2011 Miguel75 wrote:
>>>On 11/04/2011 salty crag wrote:
>>>>Hey, what do boulderers come back as after reincarnation?
>>>
>>>Transsexual Satan worshipers? seagulls?
>>
>>Jonathan Livingston?
>
>shitehawks

davidn?
widewetandslippery
12/04/2011
2:14:36 PM
ambyeok that is very funny.

Miguel75
12/04/2011
2:32:40 PM
On 12/04/2011 ambyeok wrote:
>davidn?

Ouch. That's not nice...

ambyeok
12/04/2011
3:10:00 PM
On 12/04/2011 Miguel75 wrote:
>On 12/04/2011 ambyeok wrote:
>>davidn?
>
>Ouch. That's not nice...

All in humor. Just finished attacking myself on another thread, sharing the love.

Miguel75
12/04/2011
3:22:50 PM
On 12/04/2011 ambyeok wrote:
>All in humor. Just finished attacking myself on another thread, sharing
>the love.

I enjoy a bit of self deprecation, and flagellation (not the botanical, erotic or biological version though. Just the good old scourging of ones self). That's what makes me such a bad Christian....

ajfclark
12/04/2011
3:28:29 PM
According to this article you're being far too interesting.

Miguel75
12/04/2011
3:47:15 PM
On 12/04/2011 ajfclark wrote:
>According to this article you're being far too interesting.

Thanks for the link Andrew. I have reported the author to the relevant department within the church. That should take care of another dissenter...;)

And if my Bishop ask any of you, I'm not interesting at all.


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