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Location: UT : Maple Canyon : Left Fork : The Pipeline : The Angry Inch (5.11c)
By: buckeeb When: Oct 13, 2008

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Comments: Glad I onsighted this while it was still an 11c- Very fun route. Worth doing.

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Location: NH : Rock Rimmon (Manchester) : Central Section : Face to Face (V4-5)
By: buckeeb When: Apr 2, 2008

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Comments: The day I did this I showed up with roped climbing gear. I found a ratty old peice of carpet amongst the glass and used that as a crash pad. That made the commitment level a bit higher, maybe that is why I was happy to walk off without making the big drop!

Location: NH : Rumney : Below the New Wave : Son of Sammy (5.8+)
By: buckeeb When: Feb 20, 2007

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Comments: I might be worried about the bolts if this climb was in the same league as Black Jack Crack. It is what it is and since I wouldn't drag my trad gear to Rumney for this climb, I wouldn't have done it otherwise. Fun and worth doing. Good moves.

Location: NH : Cannon Cliff : 4. Moby Grape Area : Vertigo (5.9 A0 R)
By: buckeeb When: Dec 6, 2006

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Comments: FYI- A blue big bro will work at two or three points on the OW pitch...barely. Unless you bring a few be prepared to be sketched out anyway. It is possible to lieback the entire way but doing so on lead would be a 10 on the Sphincter Pucker Factor Scale(SPF). This scale is used in climbing and many prisons around the world.

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