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The official stoked thread!
tankywalrus
18-Jan-2008
9:08:57 PM
I'm stoked that I can finally climb again!!!!!

Well done guys!

vwills
25-Jan-2008
11:42:55 PM
I'm stoked that AirNZ fares in March are $76 one way from Sydney to Christchurch.
Anyone want to come to the Darrans with me?

wallwombat
26-Jan-2008
10:25:03 AM
On 25/01/2008 vwills wrote:
>I'm stoked that AirNZ fares in March are $76 one way from Sydney to Christchurch.
>Anyone want to come to the Darrans with me?

I'd love to Ness but Dave and I are going to Frenchmans in March.

I'm officially stoked that my van is registered and back on the road. Ha ha!

The last fortnight without wheels has been shitty.

Bel
26-Jan-2008
10:45:19 AM
im stoked about the mega cheap flights i just bought to nz too!
jono_1
26-Jan-2008
12:24:48 PM
Im stoked I have only 4 days left of work before I head to Mexico and South America for 6 mths of climbing.

BTW Air New Zealand has cheap flights to US and Canada. I got a one-way flight for about $800. Return is about $1100-1200 I think.

rodw
26-Jan-2008
12:41:49 PM
Im stoked because i just got back from my 10 days Japan ski holiday and we had 3 meters of snow fall while I was there.

Capt_mulch
27-Jan-2008
8:20:06 AM
I'm stoked we're going climbing at The Fortress (Corin Rd Crags ACT) today and the weather is peeeerrrfect. I feel a trip report brewing (or maybe that's the coffee kicking in on my guts)...

wallwombat
8-Feb-2008
1:39:00 PM
I'm stoked that I just scored a pair of Charlet Moser Pulsar ice tools for $150. The lot!
sbright
8-Feb-2008
2:33:05 PM
I'm stoked that the snow keeps falling at Whistler. Another 19cm overnight with more on the way.

Woot.

Phil Box
8-Feb-2008
6:25:47 PM
I'm stoked to have climbed Beowolf at Coles Bay, what an awesome climb. Start off from either of a couple of sea platforms, up through some dodgy rock with fiddly gear then across the roof of a yawning cave that booms when the swell is up. Don't drop any gear otherwise it is gone forever. Awesome position in a spectacular location.

Everything on Whitewater wall was just soooo much fun even the dodgy loose topouts on some of the climbs.
gfdonc
8-Feb-2008
6:43:15 PM
Hello there Phil.
Having entertained Brother Colin at both ends of his trip, I am of course jealous but also looking forward to seeing the photos. That is, to make this relevant, I will be 'stoked' when you put the photos up.

Phil Box
9-Feb-2008
12:38:42 PM
You'll be stoked to find out that in fact the
Tassy trip pics are here.

There are only some selected pics up as of now. I may put some more up sometime.

belayslave
9-Feb-2008
6:50:53 PM
Hey Phil,
Stoked to see you guys had such a great trip!

Particularly impressed by the Moai in silhouette! love the way the cloud cover/colour makes the top of it
look so much more daunting.

BS.
Duncan
9-Feb-2008
8:35:25 PM
On 9/02/2008 Phil Box wrote:
>You'll be stoked to find out that in fact the
>Tassy
>trip pics are here.
>
>There are only some selected pics up as of now. I may put some more up
>sometime.

Bouldering with a 5D is brave!

Phil Box
11-Feb-2008
9:06:19 AM
On 9/02/2008 Duncan wrote:
>On 9/02/2008 Phil Box wrote:
>>You'll be stoked to find out that in fact the
>>Tassy
>>trip pics are here.
>>
>>There are only some selected pics up as of now. I may put some more up
>>sometime.
>
>Bouldering with a 5D is brave!

Ya can't call a handcrack bouldering really. Stonker sinkers that you could hang a family of six on. Coulda went to the top but as I was guiding on the trip I had to be a good mentor. I was stoked at every sinker hand JamB I got.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
11-Feb-2008
12:48:05 PM
Looks like it was a good fun trip Phil.

>Tachyon Blues.
Did you post this on the Tassie forum and/or get much feedback elsewhere?

Travelling to Tassie to do Kangaroo Pt style climbing would still have an ambience that Kangaroo Pt couldn't provide ...

wallwombat
11-Feb-2008
2:32:16 PM
I'm stoked that Mr Australia Post just delivered my new (pre-loved) ice tools and they came with 2 spare picks.

On 8/02/2008 gfdonc wrote:
>Having entertained Brother Colin...........

And I'm stoked I had a chance to do the same on the weekend (and be entertained by him), when we met up for some granite climbing on the Orrooral Ridge in the ACT. It was a good weekend and I was inspired by Colin's determination and resilience in coming back from such a horrendous climbing accident. He's a tough fellow indeed and he owns the biggest tarp in the known universe.

And I'm also stoked that I'll get to give Colin a chance to sandbag me silly when I get up to Frog in winter.

Phil Box
11-Feb-2008
9:12:11 PM
On 11/02/2008 IdratherbeclimbingM9 wrote:
>Looks like it was a good fun trip Phil.
>
>>Tachyon Blues.
>Did you post this on the Tassie forum and/or get much feedback elsewhere?
>
>Travelling to Tassie to do Kangaroo Pt style climbing would still have
>an ambience that Kangaroo Pt couldn't provide ...

Yeah, I posted the two pics of Tachyon Blues on the Tassy site and pretty much got ignored. Musta knew it was a gee up. Gareth guessed what was going on by way of the route name.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
12-Feb-2008
9:47:29 AM
... maybe should have called it 'We don't need no sissy cracks' or something similar!

Btw, I overheard a bloke at a party who was quoting another person (a climber), about an engineering firm making ss bolts. The name of the company was Tachyon!

evanbb
21-Feb-2008
10:13:19 PM
On 18/01/2008 tankywalrus wrote:
>I'm stoked that I can finally climb again!!!!!
>

I too am stoked to be able to call myself a climber again. To celebrate I'm taking the day off work and heading up the Hill.

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