Black Diamond "PosiWire" Quick-Draw Sets. (6 Pack)
Top: Straight gate Positron. (Anodised Ink Blue)
Bottom: HotWire Wire gate. (Anodised Ink Blue)
Dogbone: 12cm long and 14mm wide. NB SIX quick-draws
AWESOME value IMO. $19.16 per draw... $115.00
+ ego (+ weed ?) = the negative aspects, as it came across like a drama piece.
However I could see the artyfarty aspect too, and that has it's own kind of 'cool'*.
(* Often a bit hard to relate to though, as art is in the eye of the beholder...)
It was still good to see the route, rock type, and some of it's holds up close, and get a sense of what E9 6c involves.
~> Yeah, I can see that it takes a special state of mind to lead a climb of that nature.
What the hell was that all about?
Some guy climbed a route called Indian Face... some other guy top-roped it first, then soloed it.... and in between the FA drew a picture of "two climbers on a route" - which looked very much like someone spreading their legs & a dick&balls squiggle.. 6.20 - look for it!
On 22/01/2013 Macciza wrote:
>On 21/01/2013 dangermouth wrote:
>>was he calling using a small hold 'clogging' ?
>Are you serious? You don't have a clue what there talking about do you
>He is talking about Cloggy = Clogwyn Du'r Arddu - Look it up . . .
Redhead is Welsh, obviously got lost in translation, cut the man some slack now will you?
There was a saying "Come home to a real fire - buy a cottage in Wales". The welsh really resented the english taking advantage of the depressed Welsh economy to buy cheap holiday places. Around Llanberis in 1983 there were a few burnt-out cottages about.
On 23/01/2013 Nick Clow wrote:
>He probably stood about as much chance of getting his head kicked in town
>as he did of wrapping himself up on the rock. (He sort of alludes to this
>in the film.)
Painting a mural on Cloggy would not have increased his popularity much either!