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tnd
3/02/2012
9:10:03 AM
I take it that's from a French gay mag?
f_ladou
24/02/2012
2:40:30 PM
On 3/02/2012 tnd wrote:
>I take it that's from a French gay mag?

"The new alpinists. Mountains. They're not necessarily tall but cut out of granite, with muscle of steel, capable of powering them along, sometimes in less than three hours, to the summit of the Eiger via the North Face."

Yep, definitely (Swiss) French gay mag.
GoUp!
24/02/2012
2:42:47 PM
A bit off-topic but a nice vid anyway
http://vimeo.com/7082256
mike3091660
28/02/2012
2:06:01 PM
Camera review but climbing never the less.

http://www.gizmodo.com.au/2012/02/check-out-nokias-test-shots-from-its-new-41mp-pureview-camera/

Pat
28/02/2012
3:12:35 PM
any idea where the cliffs in the Nokia ad are?
dalai
28/02/2012
3:24:11 PM
Some secret cliff in Eastern Vic?

One arm shot background looks perhaps like Rocklands SA?
bones
28/02/2012
3:28:37 PM
On 28/02/2012 Pat wrote:
>any idea where the cliffs in the Nokia ad are?

Put in the guess the route thread. If people are going to put the effort in they deserve a shot at the trophy

nmonteith
28/02/2012
4:38:06 PM
Certainly South Africa - almost certainly Rocklands.

E. Wells
28/02/2012
7:06:37 PM
A handfull of excitement!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xlT5HIzSZjk&feature=share

Pat
28/02/2012
8:25:00 PM
On 28/02/2012 dalai wrote:
>Some secret cliff in Eastern Vic?


Damm, I thought it was too good to be true. The search continues . . . .
Winston Smith
29/02/2012
12:56:18 PM
Use Rexona and you'll lark's foot your shoelace to a screw gate and a piton-shaped steel-grey tick will appear. 'Adventure' deodorant cream.


big g
29/02/2012
1:20:58 PM
On 28/02/2012 dangermouth wrote:
>A handfull of excitement!
>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xlT5HIzSZjk&feature=share

Is it just me or does that lumix ad seem to have been made by a random punter who just really likes his camera?

tnd
29/02/2012
1:56:24 PM
On 29/02/2012 Winston Smith wrote:
>...'Adventure' deodorant cream.

Deodorant? Oh...when I read "clinical protection" and "wetness & odour", I thought it was something to prevent STI.
PDRM
29/02/2012
3:36:34 PM
On 29/02/2012 big g wrote:

>Is it just me or does that lumix ad seem to have been made by a random
>punter who just really likes his camera?

Mt Boyce? Set Piece Battle?

IdratherbeclimbingM9
Online Now
29/02/2012
3:49:57 PM
On 29/02/2012 tnd wrote:
>On 29/02/2012 Winston Smith wrote:
>>...'Adventure' deodorant cream.
>
>Deodorant? Oh...when I read "clinical protection" and "wetness & odour",
>I thought it was something to prevent STI.

+1
~> If I ever had a deodorant to replace my adventure, then I'd be dead.

shortman
29/03/2012
9:24:52 AM
Simey just made page 11 in today's Herald Sun.
BA
29/03/2012
11:07:46 AM
There is an article about the "outback" of Victoria in this months Royal Auto (RACV mag) which covers The Little Desert, places further north and Natimuk. It also includes a pic of Greg Pritchard seated at his picture frame of Arapiles.

Eduardo Slabofvic
29/03/2012
7:55:06 PM
On 29/03/2012 shortman wrote:
>Simey just made page 11 in today's Herald Sun.

I'd rather that than page three of the Truth

salty crag
29/03/2012
8:55:16 PM
The article talked up the rams a bit, they might win a game this year.

gordoste
30/03/2012
9:49:30 AM
I just came back from 2 weeks in Tonsai (and Koh Lao Liang)... was in a training course yesterday and they are talking about "challenges" and "teamwork". Anyway, one of the slides had a big picture of a guy doing some overhanging route and it was obviously taken from Cat Wall looking back towards Tonsai Beach!!

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