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General Climbing Discussion

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The official stoked thread!

D.Lodge
18-Sep-2009
11:26:24 AM
Yeah dalai, the saddle carpark area has some great lines there. That is where is was on wednesday (i thought it was just me and goshen who knew about this lol) but have done some great stuff out at NW outcrop as well. Will have to check out the area near lust buttress now as well. I love exploring.

JimboV10
18-Sep-2009
11:28:06 AM
On 18/09/2009 D.Lodge wrote:
>Yeah dalai, the saddle carpark area has some great lines there. That is
>where is was on wednesday (i thought it was just me and goshen who knew
>about this lol) but have done some great stuff out at NW outcrop as well.
>Will have to check out the area near lust buttress now as well. I love
>exploring.

Well if Dalai has given it the nod Rich, I'm up for a mission...
dalai
18-Sep-2009
11:56:04 AM
On 18/09/2009 D.Lodge wrote:
>i thought it was just me and goshen who knew about this lol

With bouldering around Melbourne, I'd be surprised if there were many spots I wasn't aware of... ;-)

IdratherbeclimbingM9
18-Sep-2009
12:09:31 PM
On 18/09/2009 dalai wrote:
>With bouldering around Melbourne, I'd be surprised if there were many
>spots I wasn't aware of... ;-)

... but have you deposited the info in ACA (or equivalent), in case you end up too close to the springy end of the twig?
;-)
dalai
18-Sep-2009
12:24:50 PM
On 18/09/2009 IdratherbeclimbingM9 wrote:
>... but have you deposited the info in ACA (or equivalent), in case you
>end up too close to the springy end of the twig?
>;-)

No, it's all going with me to the grave... "My Precious! O my Precious!"

rodw
18-Sep-2009
1:04:58 PM
Piccy of Dalai recently taken..now it all makes sense....

egosan
18-Sep-2009
1:08:31 PM
On 18/09/2009 rodw wrote:
>Piccy of Dalai recently taken..now it all makes sense....

Now I know who I saw rummaging through the trash at the Pines last weekend.
egosan
18-Sep-2009
1:24:22 PM
Holy Mother of God!

I am stoked! I am jizzing in my pants. I am jumping up and down. I am leaving the office
and heading to the Pines!

You can all kiss my pucker. Especially you, Mattjr!

masterofrup
20-Sep-2009
6:59:36 PM
just played in a successfull grandfinal side only 2's and barely got a kick but by christ it feels good. (rockclimbing link) sure the vibes will translate into unprecedented summer of rock (tried but don't even believe it myself). cheery but.
deadpoint
21-Sep-2009
8:29:06 AM
On 18/09/2009 rodw wrote:
>Piccy of Dalai recently taken..now it all makes sense....
>
>

Looks a bit more like Crispy, except Crispy is more ripped....
kieranl
21-Sep-2009
9:30:29 AM
On 20/09/2009 masterofrup wrote:
>just played in a successfull grandfinal side only 2's and barely got a
>kick but by christ it feels good. (rockclimbing link) sure the vibes will
>translate into unprecedented summer of rock (tried but don't even believe
>it myself). cheery but.
And good to see the photo of masterofrup crowd-surfing on the back page of the Mail-Times. Hope someone was there to catch you.

gordoste
21-Sep-2009
3:41:37 PM
stoked to do all the moves on a 22 on the weekend. but my tricep was sore so i didn't want to try and link it. will be good to get out there next weekend to try and vanquish it.

Sarah Gara
21-Sep-2009
8:52:45 PM
On 21/09/2009 gordoste wrote:
>stoked to do all the moves on a 22 on the weekend. but my tricep was sore
>so i didn't want to try and link it. will be good to get out there next
>weekend to try and vanquish it.

good for you. fingers crossed for weekend -let us know.

I'm stoked that i saw the windmill (largest in the southern hemisphere- did I mention) turning. It was an exciting day.

I also saw a tumble weed roll past - I wish I had my camera to prove it.

I'm struggling to contain myself...x

foreverabumbly
21-Sep-2009
9:12:32 PM
im stoked that my uni work has left me with no time for personal climbing trips until mid december :D

wait....no I'm not.

Sarah Gara
21-Sep-2009
9:43:10 PM
I think we need a thread outlining what the threads are for - people are getting discombobulated...oh shit now I don't know where to put this one....

FB - What you doing at Uni? Having done two degrees...(get me!) I think you need to learn that Uni is a form of extended lifestyle choice -time management should get you lots of time free to climb or holiday or what ever... Remember that studies have shown that you spend only 10% of the time available actually doing work. I spent 6 weeks of my final semester on holiday in Malaysia... So I see you have two options - you can spend 2 or 3 days working hard and solid to do assignments which leaves you with lot of time for climbing -it's up to you when you choose to do this - My friend Gemma used to do her assignments the week we got them and hand em in and forget about them - I chose to ignore them until I'd saw a week before they were due and then devote a day (occasionally 2) to them.

So stop whining... unless you are a mature student (boo hiss) with family commitments etc in which case - bugger...poor baby. x

foreverabumbly
21-Sep-2009
10:03:59 PM
Hi sara, yes I am a mature age student, (yes one of THOSE) tho thankfully Ive avoided the whole family thing so far.The real reason why I dont have the time is cause Im doing a double degree in Outdoor & environmental Ed. and teaching, Im away on trips and prac a lot. So im too busy white water kayaking and bushwalking at the moment to go climbing.

Tragic, I know. but still, as fun as paddling is; its still not climbing.

> I think you need to learn that Uni is a form of extended lifestyle choice

dont worry I think Ive got this covered

Sarah Gara
21-Sep-2009
10:50:49 PM
On 21/09/2009 foreverabumbly wrote:
>Hi sara, yes I am a mature age student, (yes one of THOSE) tho thankfully
>Ive avoided the whole family thing so far.The real reason why I dont have
>the time is cause Im doing a double degree in Outdoor & environmental Ed.
>and teaching, Im away on trips and prac a lot. So im too busy white water
>kayaking and bushwalking at the moment to go climbing.
>
>Tragic, I know. but still, as fun as paddling is; its still not climbing.

Ahhhh I see you said personal -climbing trips...
You poor poor thing -you have my sympathy!! -shut up!!! I'm very jealous. I wish I had a cool job. x

foreverabumbly
21-Sep-2009
10:58:53 PM
On 21/09/2009 Sarah Gara wrote:
>Ahhhh I see you said personal -climbing trips...
>You poor poor thing -you have my sympathy!! -shut up!!! I'm very jealous.
> I wish I had a cool job. x
>

I wish I could get away from my cool job and just go climbing

Sarah Gara
21-Sep-2009
11:13:21 PM
you must have some time... it can't be all the time x

wallwombat
22-Sep-2009
7:29:48 PM
Stoked my corn, zuchinni and chick pea fritters actually worked.

I was a bit worried that there might be a repeat of the salmon patty fiasco.

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