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Abseiling Mishap - Araps

nmonteith
21/02/2008
7:27:11 PM
On 21/02/2008 steph wrote:
>yeah i do this most often if my seconder is new to getting gear out or
>if a fall is likely. takes a hell of a lot of stress off the hips and makes
>the whole thing more managable.

Easy to escape the system if required as well! Just tie off the belay device and walk away...

gordoste
22/02/2008
12:29:50 PM
On 21/02/2008 nmonteith wrote:
>On 21/02/2008 steph wrote:
>>yeah i do this most often if my seconder is new to getting gear out or
>>if a fall is likely. takes a hell of a lot of stress off the hips and
>makes
>>the whole thing more managable.
>
>Easy to escape the system if required as well! Just tie off the belay
>device and walk away...

remind me never to injure myself when climbing with neil

Rich
22/02/2008
1:09:52 PM
On 22/02/2008 gordoste wrote:
>On 21/02/2008 nmonteith wrote:
>>On 21/02/2008 steph wrote:
>>>yeah i do this most often if my seconder is new to getting gear out
>or
>>>if a fall is likely. takes a hell of a lot of stress off the hips and
>>makes
>>>the whole thing more managable.
>>
>>Easy to escape the system if required as well! Just tie off the belay
>>device and walk away...
>
>remind me never to injure myself when climbing with neil

just don't ask him to show you his belay knife

IdratherbeclimbingM9
22/02/2008
1:41:17 PM
On 21/02/2008 steph wrote:
>>>>if a fall is likely. takes a hell of a lot of stress off the hips and makes the whole thing more managable.
On 21/02/2008 nmonteith wrote:
>>>Easy to escape the system if required as well! Just tie off the belay device and walk away...
On 22/02/2008 gordoste wrote:
>>remind me never to injure myself when climbing with neil
On 22/02/2008 Rich wrote:
>just don't ask him to show you his belay knife


... I heard he keeps it in his car beside the seat for freeing himself from access epics ...

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