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Animals living at base of The Protégé 1-Dec-2009 At 7:03:56 PM -deano-
On 27/11/2009 Wendy wrote:
>Have you tried red parrot chasm? I think it's heaps better value.

bloody oath it is!
i 2nded it earlier on the original day we went to do the protege and almost fell off (and i'm not joking). anna (who onsighted both electra and wizard of ice around the same time) was cussing the whole way. we both sort of off-widthed and grunted right in the back though -- a week or so later i went back and bridged it much further out, and it is actually quite easy. good fun though.

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