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General Climbing Discussion

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What to do with 5 metres of choss
widewetandslippery
19/07/2011
9:17:12 AM
On 18/07/2011 IdratherbeclimbingM9 wrote:
>G'day mulchy of the new avatar tribe...
>
>>So, short of getting out an ice axe and digging chunky holds into it
>- what can I do?
>
>Take a tablespoon of cement to harden up?
>... or convert the copper tank in the foreground of pic into a moonshine
>-
>nappy soak!
>;-)

M9 is onto something. Mine it and start Mulchys Cements.

Capt_mulch
19/07/2011
2:17:51 PM
Depends what you're fishing for - I've tried for Black Bass, but no luck - they have these weird things called eel fish tho - you could also try for gold (bring a pan), women and trouble (combine the first two and it's a natural progression).

ajfclark
19/07/2011
2:38:09 PM
How do eel fish and gold make women?

Capt_mulch
19/07/2011
2:43:51 PM
On 19/07/2011 ajfclark wrote:
>How do eel fish and gold make women?

Obviously you're not kinky enough :-)

ajfclark
19/07/2011
2:56:44 PM
I just can't see what the gold is for...
widewetandslippery
19/07/2011
2:59:58 PM
He meant going with black bass and eel fish can get you in trouble. Stop being rude and sexist.

ajfclark
19/07/2011
3:14:28 PM
I actually thought he meant giving a woman a pan got you in toruble.

Capt_mulch
19/07/2011
4:00:20 PM
On 19/07/2011 ajfclark wrote:
>I just can't see what the gold is for...
You must be male ....

Paulie
19/07/2011
5:23:16 PM
On 18/07/2011 Capt_mulch wrote:
>Hi all, I know you've all been wondering "where's Mulchy been lately",
>so the news is I'm now living in Honiara and have a v. nice full-time job
>which comes with house supplied. Out the back of the house is a five metre
>wall of choss (limestone - old coral reef). It's not completely chossy,
>just very breakable when the holds are small. So, short of getting out
>an ice axe and digging chunky holds into it - what can I do? I've thought
>about gluing in long bolts and bolting climbing wall holds to it - any
>other suggestions?

Quite simply, you leave the chossy wall alone, grab the 6'8" and paddle out...

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