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Chockstone Forum - Gear Lust / Lost & Found

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Arapiles - Gear to Return

dave h.
27/12/2012
1:22:18 AM
Hi all,

after a recent trip to Arapiles I have ended up with some gear.

The first item is a cordlette. It belongs to two climbers from Adelaide, Joel and Kara/Cara. I believe Joel is a PE teacher. Does anyone know them or know how I could get in touch with them?

The second set of items consist of a (nice) biner and a largish nut. Found at the area above Muldoon on the night of Friday 21 December. If you think they're yours, PM me and describe them and we'll sort something out.
Justcameron
28/12/2012
1:19:02 AM
PM sent re. both items.
Paul
3/01/2013
7:16:02 PM
Found some gear in the Organ Pipes around the 29th ish of December, the gear was on D Major half way up the first pitch of the climb, but could have been either dropped to the location where it was found or placed there. If you can tell me what the gear is you can have it back.

Paul
Paul
21/01/2013
1:29:06 PM
On 3/01/2013 Paul wrote:
>Found some gear in the Organ Pipes around the 29th ish of December, the
>gear was on D Major half way up the first pitch of the climb, but could
>have been either dropped to the location where it was found or placed there.
>If you can tell me what the gear is you can have it back.
>
>Paul

I still have not had any responce about the gear I found, I could be your cam?

E. Wells
21/01/2013
2:44:35 PM
keep it mate..

IdratherbeclimbingM9
21/01/2013
2:53:50 PM
On 21/01/2013 dangermouth wrote:
>keep it mate..

You won't want to keep it long though, as I hear that trading up to ringbolts is the go thezedaze, and you wouldn't want to be out of fashion...
;-)

E. Wells
21/01/2013
4:53:34 PM
despite all this talk I've yet to climb a trad route with any extra bolts or replaced bolts for that matter (with the exception of two dynabolt stubs above P1 of lieben and some cracks near grease cave at Nowra). Im not so sure anyone really bolts trad lines? A new crag here in Blueys had a hard crack bolted for a short time before R.D turned it into a trad line again, but I,ve never been there.

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