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Best tick after the longest drive

wallwombat
2/09/2008
12:15:46 PM
On 2/09/2008 widewetandslippery wrote:
>I feel shit getting out of the car even after short drives.

Yeah, it's pretty tough work, sitting in the passenger seat, drinking long necks.
BA
2/09/2008
12:26:29 PM
On 2/09/2008 IdratherbeclimbingM9 wrote:
>Noddy Lockwood.

And the other climber was Ed Neve?

What about the Gledhills? Knocking off work on Friday arvo, flying to Tassie, hiring a car, driving to Lake St Clair and walking into Gerryon to do the FA of Pericles (400m? Grade 13). Then walking back out driving to the airport and were back at work on the Tuesday morning (it was a long weekend, in both senses of the meaning).

wallwombat
2/09/2008
12:32:36 PM
On 2/09/2008 BA wrote:
>What about the Gledhills? Knocking off work on Friday arvo, flying to
>Tassie, hiring a car, driving to Lake St Clair and walking into Gerryon
>to do the FA of Pericles (400m? Grade 13). Then walking back out driving
>to the airport and were back at work on the Tuesday morning (it was a long
>weekend, in both senses of the meaning).

I reckon that wins so far.

Keith Bell was the other one.
hero
2/09/2008
3:39:07 PM
I don't know, the route that Simey, Tim and James did on Mount Wudinna must be in the running.

Eduardo Slabofvic
2/09/2008
4:05:41 PM
On 2/09/2008 hero wrote:
>I don't know, the route that Simey, Tim and James did on Mount Wudinna
>must be in the running.

I hear the soloed it as well.
One Day Hero
3/09/2008
3:38:26 AM
What you want to do is get a first hand report from Nath Kukuthas on his recent ascent of All Along the Watchtower in the Bugaboos.

It involves some combination of 30 pitches, 4 hours sleep in three days, and booking it at 220 down the highway to try and make a flight!!?!........bloody good yarn
tastybigmac
3/09/2008
9:32:20 AM
when i went to Nowra i found had a big tick after the long drive home...

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