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3:31:06 PM
Yeah righto, I'll get rid of my offensive post. Its kinda redundant anyway, anyone reading michael's post above will come to the same conclusions by themselves.

3:35:57 PM
On 30/11/2011 michaelc54 wrote:
>As for the NSW / Victorian comment, I think that we all understand that
>this forum is Victorian centric but if it is truly focussed exclusively
>for Victorians then all of the NSW stuff should be moderated out.

Tongue was firmly in cheek when I was posting that!

4:14:27 PM
I see what you mean about ropes Mr Monteith - the other advantage of leaving the gear at home is less stuff to grab when you have to leg it... !

But in all seriousness there's nothing that'd need more than a decent bouldering pad or two I think, and potentially 2 or 3 good(ish) problems there at least.
4:17:37 PM
On 30/11/2011 cogsy wrote:

>On an extra note. I have recently been involved in a case of internet
>bullying, and ODH's comment would fit right in that category. The only
>difference in this case I was involved in was that the perpetrators were
>13 year-olds.

Former patients of yours I'm guessing?
4:19:03 PM
I am still uncertain why you want to bother about a few highly visible bits of choss? Sydney is built on Sandstone and has a wealth of quality bouldering available throughout the city!

11:12:39 PM
I've bouldered around there. It's pretty bloody crap and I find it hard to believe that you think it is better than Queen's Park.

Queens Park is no Font but has some pretty cool problems for a "close to the city" venue.

Basically, I agree with ODH, without the nasty rude bits*.

*I didn't get to read them
9:58:56 AM
Hey Micheal
I checked that stuff out once. The real reason it hasn't had much attention is that is actually really hard. If your looking at the same problems as I did to the right of the orange choss. And then the other reason is how much it costs to park your car. Most climbers are to tight to pay that.

don't chat to anyone. Just go do it. Just brush your chalk off. Kids play around on that shit all the time. What's the difference. The most annoying thing will be having to answer all the questions.
10:12:27 AM
I rolled an ankle and spent 5 hours waiting for a panadol in RPA emergency, after a night on the tiles ended up featutring an impromptu bouldering session at Lady Macquaries Chair. This was just the little stuff near the Boy Charlton Pool side, not the bigger overhangs further round on the point. I've always had my eye on these, so are these the ones the OP is talking about?

12:22:18 PM
Back in the early 90s i remember doodling around the undercut block in question. From memory you can jug on roughly in the centre and work your way to the top via a weakness. I dubbed it "Lady Mac's Left Testicle". Not really worth busting ankles (or worse) over - i must have been desperate.

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