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Great video about Dani Andrada's life and bolting.
Karl Bromelow
11:00:45 AM
On 5/07/2012 anthonycuskelly wrote:
>On 5/07/2012 nmonteith wrote:
>> British crags were clean as far as I could see. :-)
>Is that the climbers or the rain keeping it clean?

Deja Vu.
11:10:53 AM
Neil has a point about the American crags - there tended to be extensive excrement management plans in place at popular crags (ie the valley, the creek, bits of the red) but I don't remember any for the crags I visited in Europe.
Karl Bromelow
11:30:15 AM
Spotted recently in the USA:
One Day Hero
11:33:31 AM
That's a real classy missus you got there, Karl.

11:34:32 AM
On 5/07/2012 Karl Bromelow wrote:
>You had some pretty bad luck with your choice of European crags if you
>found piles of human excrement at "all" of them. I can't refute what you
>saw. I'm sure you're telling the truth but wow, "all" of them. I've visited
>a great many crags during my previous life in Europe, and have seen it
>but not at most never mind "all". You must have some kind of inbuilt poo
>seaking device.

Probably because I always check out the full length of a crag (and beyond). My version of resting between routes is going for an exploration walk. Something to do with being a nosey new router I guess. Sadly it means I find others little hidey holes!

The good Dr
11:53:27 AM
Many of the crags I have visited over the years in Europe had plenty of human waste scattered liberally around. One notable exception was at Chateauvert in France where they had installed some toilets at the roadside. This crag was very clean. The worst I have seen is at Kalymnos. That place needs a few loos placed in strategic locations. Verdon was generally pretty clean, as most people just crap their pants at the top of the cliff.
11:58:46 AM
Now that we've firmly established that this thread is about poo at cliffs - on my last visit to the Dam Cliffs in the BM, there was a small cave / overhang right in the middle of the gorge near the river that was absolutely chockers with "white flowers". Must have been those pesky Euros again...
12:55:57 PM
Is she on the meaty bites and bones diet?

2:58:45 PM
On 5/07/2012 Karl Bromelow wrote:
>Spotted recently in the USA:

I perceive an alignment problem there, unless it was a forceful 45 degree ejection, in which case wouldn't the product be more flattened?

5:13:25 PM
I thought there was a calibre issue.

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