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Chockstone Forum - Find Climbers

Find Climbers In Your Area

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New climber ACT- where to start?
Tillymill
1/04/2009
12:15:53 PM
Hmmm... I'm working in Woden today so would be peeeeerfect.. except have no climbing gear with me only gym stuff... but no shoes or harness grrrrr.
Scottf
1/04/2009
2:34:28 PM
Hangdoggy??? Whats that meant to mean?

wallwombat
1/04/2009
2:55:10 PM
On 1/04/2009 Scottf wrote:
>Hangdoggy??? Whats that meant to mean?

There is already a hangdog on chockstone.

Mulchy is just trying to be creative.

I think your user name is obvious - Scottf =Fscott = Gatsby

Call yourself Gatsby.
Scottf
1/04/2009
3:35:07 PM
Who or what is Gatsby?

cruze
1/04/2009
3:55:17 PM
Perhaps a surname of Fitzgerald?
psd
1/04/2009
4:06:24 PM
On 1/04/2009 Scottf wrote:
>Who or what is Gatsby?

A great climber - but of the social variety rather than rock ...

wallwombat
1/04/2009
7:40:05 PM
I was driving back from Black Range about an hour ago and I thought to myself, I bet that dude has no idea what the fcuk I'm talking about.


Go with hangdoggy. It's catchy.
Tillymill
3/04/2009
10:47:18 AM
hehe- I've been improvising and climbing my door frames practicing chimneys....well... who said I wasn't enthusiastic? And I thought hangdogging was orig a derog term?

Capt_mulch
3/04/2009
11:28:08 AM
Good one! This training technique is also highly recommended by Leleana Mulch:



Tillymill
3/04/2009
2:09:23 PM
OMG that baby is adorable... I want to eat her...

Capt_mulch
6/04/2009
9:55:14 AM
Watch it, her great great grandfather was a head hunter.
Tillymill
6/04/2009
10:46:14 AM
So I hear. So I went bouldering in Black Range- may I just say, not only was the location rediculously stunning (my hangover from the previous night's shennanigans cleared immediately upon rolling up that misty hill and into the lush forest), but the bouldering out there really fun. I've lost most of my finger tips but gained an appreciation for climbing those huge granit rocks. Unreal. Oh and ask Evan about the wildlife out there... I believe he is planning a nice trip report :)

evanbb
6/04/2009
3:40:32 PM
A bouldering trip report? Have you gone mad?
Tillymill
6/04/2009
3:52:30 PM
Very nice Evan, very nice! Hahahahhaha.

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