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By Dean Hoffman
Jan 1, 2009
|70m rope will get you safely down the Coke Bottle Raps. Makes the hike in a bit more mellow and you don't have to worry about that pesky tag line.|
By Paul Davidson
Jan 23, 2009
Hanging out on Front Porch once a few years back with Ron Beauchamp.
We'd just done the flying buttress w/ Reunion finish.
Sunset is happening and suddenly a lotta critters start coming out of Reunion crack. I thought at first they were bats but decided later they were probably swifts. After trying to count them all and reaching about 300, I gave up. It went on for 10 or 20 minutes.
I guess they like living way back in that crack.
I've spent more than a few evenings on the Front Porch and had never seen anything like this.
It wasn't quite the Carlsbad bat swarm but it was mighty impressive.
From: Prescott, AZ
Nov 7, 2009
|Paul- I heard those critters for the first time this year on the Reunion crack- kinda spooky and makes you not want to stick your fingers in too far- not that you can anyway|