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Working hard on the sustained chimney.  Slinging the Camelbak sucked too...but generally you're so preoccupied you won't notice it.

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By bio
From: mesa, az
Apr 5, 2009

Was this recent? Glad to see you're back into it.

By Aerili
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Jun 3, 2009

No, this was prior to the wrist injury-from-hell by about two months. It was taken Nov. 07.

But yeah, now I'm finally getting back into it, thanks! Also thanks to a good surgeon in the 602. :)

By Benjamin Chapman
From: Small Town, USA
Dec 30, 2012

Camelbak?? If you know there's a chimney, why bring the Camelbak? The same logic applies for not bringing the #4 boat anchor when you know there's no wide stuff.

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Working hard on the sustained chimney. Slinging the Camelbak sucked too...but generally you're so preoccupied you won't notice it.

Submitted By: Aerili on Jan 22, 2008
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