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Member Since: Feb 20, 2012
Last Visit: 48 mins ago
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Total Points: 576

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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
Page Improvements = 3



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All 156 | Routes 10 | Areas | Photos 91 | Page Improvements 7 | Comments 6 | Posts 15 | Stars 26 | Ratings 1

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Location: Massachusetts : Hammond Pond : Temple Area : Pusherman Wall : Goofball (V3-4)
By: Curtis Tripp When: May 5, 2017

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Comments: How large was the is the dish we're talking about here? When I read "pebble", I thought I was looking for a small one or two finger pocket, but when I've looked for this line, the only "dish" I see that looks like it might be a key hold is at least 4 inches in diameter. Is that the one?


Location: Massachusetts : Hammond Pond : Other Walls and Crags : Pinnacle Area : Southwest Air (5.8 V1)
By: Curtis Tripp When: May 5, 2017

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Comments: The topout is currently covered in broken glass.


Location: Massachusetts : Hammond Pond : Temple Area : Pusherman Wall : Corgi Magic (V4-5)
By: Curtis Tripp When: May 5, 2017

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Comments: That's correct, Tim. I'll add The Snort soon, as I consider it one of the more enjoyable easy problems at Hammond.


Location: Massachusetts : Hammond Pond : Other Walls and Crags : Pinnacle Area
By: Curtis Tripp When: Apr 29, 2017

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Comments: Doesn't look like too many people climb in this area, but as a heads up to anyone heading out there, the ledges below the Eliminator Roof have a lot of poison ivy growing on them.


Location: Massachusetts : Hammond Pond : Temple Area : Pusherman Wall : Corgi Magic (V4-5)
By: Curtis Tripp When: Apr 29, 2017

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Comments: It might be splitting hairs, but I always thought The Snort was a yard or two to the right of this. Instead of topping out using the crack that Hepatitis tops out on, I thought it followed the series of juggy flakes further to the right, around where the guidebook shows the line.


Location: Arizona : Southern Arizona : Cochise Stronghold
By: Curtis Tripp When: Feb 20, 2012

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Comments: I know that the alert is still up here, but I cannot find any information on the web about closures for 2012. Has anyone heard anything about falcon closures for this year?


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