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Was this the "Worst Anchor in NH"??? That's a STEEL biner, and behind it a 400lb-test steel "link".  Found at the triple-trunked oak 15-20 ft above the junction of the mid-section and the Perfect Wave Slab...maybe where "Super Slab" ended??(F.A. 1973)   Photo taken before a 10.5mm rope-sling (yellow) and a 'new' biner were added in 2014.
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Robert Hall
Oct 8, 2014
Was this the "Worst Anchor in NH"??? That's a STEEL biner, and behind it a 400lb-test steel "link". Found at the triple-trunked oak 15-20 ft above the junction of the mid-section and the Perfect Wave Slab...maybe where "Super Slab" ended??(F.A. 1973) Photo taken before a 10.5mm rope-sling (yellow) and a 'new' biner were added in 2014.  

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