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On 21/11/2011 The good Dr wrote:
>On 21/11/2011 citationx wrote:
>>On 21/11/2011 kieranl wrote:
>>>Interesting shot of Julian Saunders here.
>>I never realised how hard a 28 could be. Clearly (s)he's a good climber,
>>(s)he makes it look like more of a scramble than a real limit-pusher...
>Check out the snow capped peaks in Nowra and the dawn light in the Bungles,
>not to mention the fact that Frog has got a while lot taller (along with
>Geoff Little) and that Frenchmans Cap is seeing a rapid encroachment of
>agriculture and is now made of gritstone.
They could also make good use of proofreading other 'facts' they present, as well as a spell-checker!
That degree of professionalism by a company really attracts my $ /recommendation.
On 29/11/2011 patto wrote:
>Plus simey isn't chatting up the girl.
Well to be more precise... I would explain to the girl that her boyfriend is a doofus given his top-roping antics and that I will happily help her learn to lead. She then becomes a gun climber, gets rid of doofus boyfriend and we cruise around together climbing all sorts of awesome routes as well as putting up a few mega-classics too.
This site is genius. You would think that, if they selected the photos and captions completely at random, that at least one or two might match up. But no. These people are obviously extremely competent. I feel like booking in for a course of whatever it is they have to offer.
Cheers! I thought the Telegraph article in the paper was pretty good given the reporter only spoke with me for five minutes. The web site title is interesting... the diversity of climbing around Sydney is really amazing eh!
Had something in The Canberra Times too. It's funny seeing some of the quotes they pluck out of a much longer interview.
And ABC News 24 television did an interview on the weekend. You can see that here.