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The official stoked thread!

wallwombat
11-Dec-2007
2:10:16 PM
On 11/12/2007 widewetandslippery wrote:
>Heel hooks are for fags....

I had to heel hook the bar last week after that altercation with a feisty bar stool. I must admit, I did feel like a bit of a fag .

wallwombat
11-Dec-2007
2:15:53 PM
On 11/12/2007 mousey wrote:
>welcome to the school of heelhooks. they are such a beautiful & satisfying
>maneuver!!

Did you use a heel hook on this one, Josh?

What the Hell is a Centograph 6m 3
Start: At the left hand end of the crag.
Josh Caple (solo) 02/2004

westie
11-Dec-2007
2:17:03 PM
On 11/12/2007 steph wrote:
considering the rest of the week

you have my sympathy :)

westie
11-Dec-2007
2:17:43 PM
On 11/12/2007 Sabu wrote:

>>were you sober? we are thinking of the same polished choss pile?
>When you're unable to get to araps for months on end anything will do...
>and there are some great little climbs there.

Better day trips around.

mousey
11-Dec-2007
2:39:26 PM
On 11/12/2007 wallwombat wrote:
>On 11/12/2007 mousey wrote:
>>welcome to the school of heelhooks. they are such a beautiful & satisfying
>>maneuver!!
>
>Did you use a heel hook on this one, Josh?
>
>What the Hell is a Centograph 6m 3
>Start: At the left hand end of the crag.
>Josh Caple (solo) 02/2004
>


i did actually. and its probably the best route ive ever done. ever.
i definately was not taking the piss out of some berowra bumblies, not in the slightest no sir-ee ;)
qman
11-Dec-2007
2:48:02 PM
the only grade 3 i have ever seen i a guide book. usually downclimbed as the access route at berowra.


rodw
11-Dec-2007
3:28:11 PM
I just want to add that mousey is a route stealer I tell ya....FA my arse...who discovered the crag ????

Me and dude did a repeat on Sunday actually...nearly got benighted as a freak storm blew in, but being resourcefull I just stood on his shoulders and topped out...3 star classic.

mousey
11-Dec-2007
5:10:10 PM
haha nice send mate
i was actually gonna go to the stables for a quicky this weekend for me & pat to check out that open proj of steves... whats the rock like there atm? seeping much?
devlin66
11-Dec-2007
5:13:48 PM
On 11/12/2007 mousey wrote:
>i was actually gonna go to the stables for a quicky this weekend


!!!!!!!!!!!

wallwombat
11-Dec-2007
5:23:54 PM

>On 11/12/2007 mousey wrote:
>>i was actually gonna go to the stables for a quicky this weekend


Make sure you use protection with all that equine flu about.

rodw
11-Dec-2007
5:36:51 PM
Otherland was seeping heaps...only a few were dry...we were at the Stables the week before and most things there were dry...the cave definately dry.....

belayslave
17-Dec-2007
10:27:54 PM
I'm stoked that i picked up my new car today :) :)


although it now has the additions of roof racks and rear step guard as free additions. only 15000km on
the clock and ready to get a lot more.

list of possible additions:
GPS
UHF
Bull bar

mousey
18-Dec-2007
7:30:01 PM
STOKED that my #5 & #6 tech friends arrived today, meaning that ive now got;
#.1 - #3 (9 cams) BD, mostly C4s and almost new
purple, orange and yellow HB quadcams (1, 2, 3?) brand new
5 & 6 brand new wild countrys

all for a grand total of about $450 :)

if anyone has a #3.5 or #4 Black Diamond or a #4 WC tech friend that they want to sell for some reason, lemme know!!

Hawkman
18-Dec-2007
7:33:35 PM
try this roger

http://cgi.ebay.com.au/BIG-BLACK-DIAMOND-CAMALOT-SIZE-4-ROCK-CLIMBING-TRAD-PRO_W0QQitemZ330197361269QQihZ014QQcategoryZ1299QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

phil_nev
19-Dec-2007
1:29:06 PM
On 18/12/2007 mousey wrote:
>STOKED that my #5 & #6 tech friends arrived today, meaning that ive now
>got;
>#.1 - #3 (9 cams) BD, mostly C4s and almost new
>purple, orange and yellow HB quadcams (1, 2, 3?) brand new
>5 & 6 brand new wild countrys
>
>all for a grand total of about $450 :)
>
>if anyone has a #3.5 or #4 Black Diamond or a #4 WC tech friend that they
>want to sell for some reason, lemme know!!


Thats a lot of gear for someone who dosnt climb mousey... ;)

rodw
19-Dec-2007
2:47:40 PM

>Thats a lot of gear for someone who dosnt climb mousey... ;)

Haha...good one.
madtaffy1
20-Dec-2007
7:35:12 AM
Lend those big cams to me at Buffalo Mousey, That'll be 10000% more use than you will ever get out of them.

westie
20-Dec-2007
8:41:03 AM
On 5/12/2007 mousey wrote:

>today im stoked

I'm stoked I've got a guest spot on RRR on Christmas day.

Capt_mulch
20-Dec-2007
9:19:17 AM
I'm stoked becuase I have more gear shipping from the US and it will be here before Christmas (I love the UPS online package tracking system - it's just leaving Ontario right now), and I get to go climbing around Sydney for a week. Aaaah, back to rubbing sand out of my eyes...

Phil Box
20-Dec-2007
9:28:59 AM
I'm stoked that I just got back from Fraser Island where I did an onsight climb on Indian Head. Could be an FFa too but who would know. The pics didn't turn out too well so had to go back the next day and rope solo the thing. The damndest thing I found about 50 foot up the climb, wedged in a small crack was a lead fishing sinker. Perhaps someone was trying to fish off the top of the headland. Caught a heap of bream off the platform down low too. Heaps of climbing potential on that headland too. Can't wait for a return visit. Saw huge schools of sharks cruising around below us too, no way will I get in there with them.

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