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General Climbing Discussion

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Author
Guess The Route
gfdonc
30-Apr-2010
9:40:40 AM
Ozy Direct.
Wendy
30-Apr-2010
10:07:38 AM
The famous free ascent where you didn't think you were going to make it past the gear already in and so didn't take any extra only to find you cruised through and had to run it out to the belay?
Wendy
30-Apr-2010
10:51:19 AM
Now, I don't want to tread on Andrew's toes as the IT guru around here, but seeing 2 people recently have used not knowing how as an excuse to not put up photos, here is how to shrink and upload photos for computer bumblies without fancy software.

Choose your picture and open with Microsoft office picture manager (which it should do automatically unless you've got forementioned fancy software or a Mac, in which case, you'll have to ask Andrew).

Click on edit pictures

Choose Compress picture

choose compress for web pages

If this doesn't get it under 40kb (it tells you the approximate size), use crop or resize to get it smaller still.

Save somewhere easy to find. Don't accidently save over your full size picture!

Click on "reply" in this thread and follow the instructions on the "adding pictures" link below the text box.

Et voila, easy.



..::- Chris -::..
30-Apr-2010
10:58:34 AM
On 30/04/2010 Wendy wrote:
>Save somewhere easy to find. Don't accidently save over your full size
>picture!

Also remember to save the file with a unique name! hehehe not the name of the route as the last image displayed above was called ozy.jpg ; )

C. : )
Wendy
30-Apr-2010
11:00:56 AM
On 30/04/2010 ..::- Chris -::.. wrote:
>On 30/04/2010 Wendy wrote:
>>Save somewhere easy to find. Don't accidently save over your full size
>>picture!
>
>Also remember to save the file with a unique name! hehehe not the name
>of the route as the last image displayed above was called ozy.jpg ; )
>
>C. : )

Now that's cheating, looking at the image details!

..::- Chris -::..
30-Apr-2010
11:08:46 AM
I didn't guess..... but i did laugh.... hehehe

Let the guessing continue.... !
gfdonc
30-Apr-2010
12:38:15 PM
OK, I'll go again, and we'll get back to sandstone.




..::- Chris -::..
30-Apr-2010
12:55:42 PM
strangers eliminate (20) ??

actually scratch that...

Johns corner...??

Not smooth enough to be Tjuringa above and too big of hold
dalai
30-Apr-2010
2:00:48 PM
On 30/04/2010 ..::- Chris -::.. wrote:
>On 30/04/2010 Wendy wrote:
>>Save somewhere easy to find. Don't accidently save over your full size
>>picture!
>
>Also remember to save the file with a unique name! hehehe not the name
>of the route as the last image displayed above was called ozy.jpg ; )
>
>C. : )

Or sport climb thissmall 7.JPG ;-)
hipster
30-Apr-2010
2:24:59 PM
Crikey that's alot of gear on that harness...enough for El Cap!

On 30/04/2010 Wendy wrote:
>The famous free ascent where you didn't think you were going to make it
>past the gear already in and so didn't take any extra only to find you
>cruised through and had to run it out to the belay?

That'd be the one. The top part of the pitch was crammed full with Deano Rodriguez's solo aid pieces which he quickly removed so I had some holds to use!


gfdonc
30-Apr-2010
2:46:56 PM
On 30/04/2010 ..::- Chris -::.. wrote:
>Johns corner...??

Yes, correct. I didn't think it would be hard, but that was quick. Over to you.

..::- Chris -::..
30-Apr-2010
2:50:53 PM


Might be hard to get out though i think someone will get it but a small clue popular fun route 2/3 stars at a popular crag.... ; ) another popular route in background or perhaps slightly left....
Olbert
Online Now
30-Apr-2010
3:01:54 PM
Pale Yellow Underwear!!! It helps when Ive attempted that route ten thousand times and walk past it every time I visit TP

..::- Chris -::..
30-Apr-2010
3:07:03 PM
I was thinking it was cropped enough to make it hard.... Fun Climb especially if you're tall ; )

Nice one.... Over to you.....
Olbert
Online Now
30-Apr-2010
3:14:33 PM
I gotta go get my guidebook out and remind myself what route this is!

No prizes for guessing the crag
Olbert
Online Now
30-Apr-2010
3:16:55 PM
And because I couldnt upload the photo in good enough quality to see it, I will point out that I am proudly wearing socks underneath my climbing shoes!

pmonks
30-Apr-2010
4:20:03 PM
Our Terminal World, Pt Perp?

[EDIT] Might not be hanging enough to be OTW, now that I have my magnifying glass handy...

cruze
30-Apr-2010
4:24:37 PM
I don't think it is, but my first guess would be The Deeps.
undercling mike
30-Apr-2010
4:44:42 PM
Is that 'Mr Bean'?

Yes, I've been gawking over the point a lot lately.
Olbert
Online Now
30-Apr-2010
4:49:28 PM
On 30/04/2010 undercling mike wrote:
>Is that 'Mr Bean'?
>
>Yes, I've been gawking over the point a lot lately.
Booo! I thought this would be a hard one :(
Your turn

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