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General Climbing Discussion

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mouseys magical land of nonsense

n00bpwn3r
19-Jun-2007
2:37:45 AM
Something to think about when deep water soloing. (They use naughty language, so turn the sound down if you dont like the word f'uck).

http://www.thatvideosite.com/video/4447

dave h.
20-Jun-2007
4:17:10 PM
Excellent self-rescue techniques video.

Sabu
20-Jun-2007
4:27:10 PM
hahah that was brilliant

mousey
24-Jun-2007
10:47:55 PM
told ya snowsliding was the worst thing for my climbing!! just had another freakin rad roadtrip to jindy for the weekend with 3 mates, involved much alcohol & some rails & some stylin retro handplants & some rock-drops & some hiking & a surprising amount of top-notch pow. also involved a conventiently located heinous patch of solid ice & a lot of speed & my shoulder.

not cool.
no idea how long, but certainly a while before i can crank...
on a good note though, it was my right shoulder. cus im goofy that means i can still do my favourite grab (stalefish), still do cork spins & rodeos (cus i land on my left shoulder if i f*ck up) and still do mad retro handplants haha

mousey
25-Jun-2007
12:59:20 PM
hip hooray, physio reckons its only an AC sprain. 6 weeks off. which seems like a long time but when i did some number crunching through my 'doctors dont know what theyre talking about' machine, i came up with 'you will be back on a snowboard in 4 days, and climbing next week'

M10iswhereitsat.
25-Jun-2007
1:00:36 PM
' You idiot ...'

mousey
25-Jun-2007
1:05:11 PM
not the first time ive been called that...

BigMike
25-Jun-2007
2:22:48 PM

Here's one for you Mouse... beware the kitty ...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQSlTCAKucM


steph
26-Jun-2007
9:20:23 AM
>Where is the best place to climb? Tell me your favorite Climb, Location.
>
>Give me a story and inspire me to go there and do it.

mousey
25/06/2007
9:45:45 AM
>the gym

?????? You'd better be joking / trolling mouse.

mousey
26-Jun-2007
9:31:54 AM
no deadset steph, i love the gym








fool

Romfrantic
26-Jun-2007
9:32:15 AM
It's all a matter of perspective and context Steph ;-) ....what if conditions were really squally, freezing, drenched, muddy, sleeting, stormy, torrential, etc etc ...I'd say the gym too ;-p

steph
26-Jun-2007
9:37:35 AM
nah i'd take outdoors over the gym ANY day. Sliding down Ali's at araps in pissing down rain was some of the best fun i've had (although i didn't admit it at the time)...

Plus, hanging in a hammock or bumming at the pub still counts as climbing so theoretically you can climb in all conditions :D

steph
26-Jun-2007
9:38:34 AM
On 26/06/2007 mousey wrote:
>no deadset steph, i love the gym
>
>
>fool

just checking. i wouldn't put anything past you sport junkies :p

Romfrantic
26-Jun-2007
9:42:58 AM
Once upon a time, I would've said the same thing Steph - but for some, old age changes perspective (i.e. tolerance to the elements ;-p)

IdratherbeclimbingM9
26-Jun-2007
10:30:09 AM
Old age at 31 ???
(shakes head in disbelief) ...

It is all about attitude.
... I still enjoy the 'weather', my bivvys etc
(& epics heh, heh, heh).

:)
ghost
26-Jun-2007
2:46:11 PM
Nnneewww aaaavvaaaattaaarrrr 444444 uuu oooolll'''' fffuurrrr bbbaaaggggg



IdratherbeclimbingM9
26-Jun-2007
2:49:16 PM
Heh, heh, heh. Looks like the drought and old age catch up with all of us except those that have 'passed over' eh Ghost?
Thanks anyway as I am considering changing it, but have something more Aussie iconic in mind ...
ghost
26-Jun-2007
3:18:37 PM
>Heh, heh, heh. Looks like the drought and old age catch up with all of us except those >that have 'passed over' eh Ghost?
>Thanks anyway as I am considering changing it, but have something more Aussie >iconic in mind ...





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IdratherbeclimbingM9
26-Jun-2007
3:24:20 PM
On 26/06/2007 ghost wrote:
>Fffffllyyyyy rriidddeeennn sshhhheeeeeppp sshhh####ttt wwoouulddd ssuuiiitttt
>yyyoouuuurrrrr ooooonnnllliiiiinnnneeeee rrrraaaammmmbbbbllliiinnnggsss

I see that passing over has not changed your disposition Hex and it is good to see some things remain consistent, as I generally enjoy your ramblings!
ghost
26-Jun-2007
3:36:49 PM
On 26/06/2007 Idratherbeclimbing wrote:
>On 26/06/2007 ghost wrote:
>>Fffffllyyyyy rriidddeeennn sshhhheeeeeppp sshhh####ttt wwoouulddd
>ssuuiiitttt
>>yyyoouuuurrrrr ooooonnnllliiiiinnnneeeee rrrraaaammmmbbbbllliiinnnggsss
>
>I see that passing over has not changed your disposition Hex and it is
>good to see some things remain consistent, as I generally enjoy your ramblings!



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