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Black Hills Limestone.

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By jamison coin
Jan 24, 2010

where is this? it looks good

By Mikel Cronin
Jan 24, 2010

Coin
If you stopped staring into Lee's eyes when you're going up the canyon you would see this just past the information kiosk that sits at the beginning before the first bridge.

By Mike McNeil
From: Spearfish, South Dakota
Jan 26, 2010

Mike, if you would stop looking at Jamie's butt you would realize that it is in Sand Creek not Spearfish Canyon.

By Mikel Cronin
Jan 27, 2010

Mike, I am sorry that I was wrong on the location of the photo. Thanks for the correction. The only reason that I was looking at Jaimies butt was because you told me how nice it looked,and how you would love to practice your nut placements in it.

By Schwab
From: South Dakota
Jan 28, 2010

Cronin - you are a funny guy. I guess there must be some minimum age limit on this site for friends to give each other a little grief. I see the other comments were deleted (by the powers that be) by some of the younger folk calling Coin a bitch. In any event, I concur with McNeil on the fact that your location was off, but that is because your a geriatic who is losing sight. Maybe my beta is useful.

By jamison coin
Jan 29, 2010

Mcneill, if you forgot your rack of nuts there's still plenty of climbing in cronin's crack all you need is about a dozen draws to clip all the pounded in pitons

By jamison coin
Jan 29, 2010

Schwab, i was wondering when you were going to reply again , i just figured you were busy highlighting your hair or getting a manicure or something.

By jamison coin
Jan 29, 2010

McNeil, don't forget your knee bar pad

By Mike McNeil
From: Spearfish, South Dakota
Jan 31, 2010

At any rate... this wall looks interesting it might even have some of those fancy euro limestone features that I am not cultured enough to spell like collonettes, tufas, runnels, ect.

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Black Hills Limestone.

Submitted By: Mike McNeil on Jul 2, 2008