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The official stoked thread!
daave
7-Dec-2008
8:15:36 PM
Im stoked that I went for my first climb in 6 weeks today after the injury and both the shoulder and finger are feeling great.

Even more stoked that Olbert and I are leaving for Arapiles on Thursday for 2 weeks of pure climbing pleasure.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
11-Dec-2008
3:40:29 PM
I'm stoked that people like (user id) prb are still climbing after having experienced horrie accidents during their climbing career.

Also stoked to still be climbing myself after being around/doing it for a while, and it just keeps getting better...

wallwombat
11-Dec-2008
6:11:28 PM
On 11/12/2008 IdratherbeclimbingM9 wrote:
>Also stoked to still be climbing myself after being around/doing it for
>a while, and it just keeps getting better...

I'm stoked that people as old as M9 can still go climbing ; p
off_route
11-Dec-2008
6:20:02 PM
I'm stoked to be heading back to Araps from NZ for new years, to hell with the hot weather!!
daave
11-Dec-2008
11:11:28 PM
Im stoked that Ollie and I are down in Wodonga/albury on our way to Araps for 2 weeks.

Not so stoked that ollie just beat my high score at tetris... :(
daave
12-Dec-2008
6:49:58 AM
Since Dave so helpfully logged in last night and I dont know how to log out I am using his profile.

Olbert says: Im stoked that today we arrive at Araps! Not so stoked for the 7 hour long drive that Dave cant help me with cos he is still on his L's:( Also not so stoked about the fact that my phones screen buggered up and I although technically I can send and recieve messages I cant actually read them...or know who they are from. Though still...stoked for Araps!!!
james
12-Dec-2008
10:29:39 AM
*stoked* for the weather forecast for this weekend!


Li
12-Dec-2008
10:42:30 AM
I'm stoked because I've found some people to climb with during my week at Buffalo over Christmas! I just hope they have a lot of patience....

kezza
12-Dec-2008
11:30:43 AM
Stoked my coffee machine arrived!!!
Unstoked that Aus Post "forgot to let me know it's been sitting there since the 3rd"

Mmmmmmmmm coffee

Cookie
12-Dec-2008
5:19:11 PM
stoked that there is only 1.5 more weeks of one day offers at myers... un-stoked that i'll be managing stocktake sale.... but re-stoked that they are plying me with enough goon tonight to care!!
J.C.
19-Dec-2008
2:05:44 PM
STOKED for SImey & Monique :)

IdratherbeclimbingM9
19-Dec-2008
2:11:08 PM
18/12/08 Onsight wrote;
>some pics of Monique on the 31 she cranked when 14 weeks preggers!

& Josh wrote;
>STOKED for SImey & Monique :)

Yes indeed.
Congratulations to both Onsight and Monique!

tnd
19-Dec-2008
2:29:10 PM
On 19/12/2008 Josh Caple wrote:
>STOKED for SImey & Monique :)

Think you'd better make that SimON and Monique in case people start to talk... ;-)

kezza
19-Dec-2008
4:08:26 PM
Stoked to be finished uni.
Stoked to be FiNALLY registered as a nursey nurse!
It's official... I'm stoked, but with nowhere to party ---- unstoked.

But very stoked for Simon and Monique also.

wallwombat
19-Dec-2008
4:26:56 PM
I'm stoked that in about an hour I'm driving up to the Blueys for the first time in ages.

I'd also like to take this moment to congratulate Monique and Simon.

Pat
22-Dec-2008
5:30:51 PM
Totally stoked to submit my Thesis for marking today. Cut it down from 33K to 25k words in four days. I
wonder what I was doing all those months writing the extra words. Cliffs here I come.

capt_mulch
23-Dec-2008
2:53:32 PM
Stoked I'm in the Solomon Islands. Not stoked 'cause there is no surf at the moment. My first climb has been to the top of a Beach Almond tree to lop off branches that were interfering with my father-in-laws wireless internet connection. I got attacked by about 2000 Green Ants (bite, but no sting). It is not fun trying to re-tie your harness knot for the lower off with ants biting your eyelids - aaaaarg!!

adski
25-Dec-2008
12:45:16 AM
I'm stoked it's Christmas!!

And that logging in I see there's 11,866 new posts Awesome. Can anybody recommend the best five? I think it's been over six months since my last login, last i recall I was falling off a 19 in February heat at Nowra..

;-)

capt_mulch
8-Jan-2009
11:27:38 AM
Stoked that I'm still in the Solomons. I've had a bit of work on reorganising the UNICEF computer network in Gizo, but bummed that the surf finally decided to come up whilst I've had work on. I've found some great bouldering here, but have'nt been able to get out of family / work commitments to roam too far and wide. I've been hanging out and working with Peter Wopereis (known here as Two Metre Peter), the brother of the late Anton Wopereis who was a well known Kiwi mountaineer - he's lent me a great book of NZ mountaineering stories and is somewhat of a climber himself.


The most route finding I've been doing - which path to take around all those puddles without getting the sandals muddy??



Morning surf check on the side of the road


My desire - Kolombangara. Old shield volcano. 1800 metres from sea to summit.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
8-Jan-2009
11:39:12 AM
Good to see you are still stoked Capt. [BTW you just got the 500th 'stoked post'!]
Re the
>route finding
... The direct route is usually the cleanest! ... ~> and the water will wash the adventuresome mud off !!



I am stoked after just spending a very enjoyable sojourn on Buffalo Nth Wall, with excellent company, and also generally meeting / climbing with new folk up there in recent times.

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