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Location: North America : Canada : Newfoundland and Labrador : Newfoundland : West Coast : ... : Photo
By: And Partner When: 5 days ago

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Comments: Golly never seen an "and partner" stick his neck out like that!


Location: North America : Canada : Newfoundland and Labrador : Newfoundland : West Coast : ... : Photo
By: And Partner When: 5 days ago

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Comments: Is that your "and partner"?
He looks gripped!


Location: North America : Canada : Newfoundland and Labrador : Newfoundland : West Coast : ... : Photo
By: And Partner When: 5 days ago

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Comments: I bet he belays really well


Location: New Hampshire : WM: Kancamagus (Central) : Greens Cliff : The Main Wall : Photo
By: And Partner When: Oct 12, 2015

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Comments: # 6 we're calling Snaking The Drain. 12a


Location: New Hampshire : *Cannon Cliff : 3. Big Wall : The Ghost (5.12+)
By: And Partner When: Aug 11, 2015

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Comments: Michael wrote up the description. I'm just the cut and paste guy. It's a great route. someone should go get on it. Maybe it will feel easier to a really seasoned slab climber.


Location: New Hampshire : WM: Kancamagus (Central) : Owl's Cliff : The Right Cliff : The 5.10 Wall : The Gap Abides (5.12d)
By: And Partner When: Oct 24, 2014

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Comments: Not a sandbag.


Location: New Hampshire : WM: Kancamagus (Central) : Owl's Cliff : The Right Cliff : The 5.10 Wall : The Gap Abides (5.12d)
By: And Partner When: Oct 22, 2014

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Comments: Hey Ward
Great line by the way. I didn't do the roof because it (and no offense intended) seemed a little forced. We brought the cams to do it without the bolts but once we got to the ledge it seemed obvious that it was over (not to say the crack doesn't add difficulty). The ledge is ten to fifteen feet wide and then then there is ten or so feet of roof crack above. It would definitely be a good second pitch but even if you clipped the bolts through the roof crack, with stretch you would... more >>


Location: New Hampshire : WM: Kancamagus (Central) : Owl's Cliff : The Right Cliff : The 5.10 Wall : The Dirty Handshake (5.12c/d)
By: And Partner When: Oct 7, 2014

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Comments: Hey Mark
Yeah Oct. 5th sorry.
Thanks for posting no tweaking required


Location: New Hampshire : *Cathedral Ledge : The Mordor Wall : Difficulties be Damned (5.14a)
By: And Partner When: Jul 1, 2013

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Comments: Psyched for you Jay


Location: New Hampshire : Southern NH and Seacoast : Stonehouse Pond : Barrington Levy (5.10a)
By: And Partner When: May 20, 2013

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Comments: I placed that the other day with the intention of bolting the whole thing. Broke a bit starting the second hole and haven't gotten back yet. It doesn't really take gear all that well. I'll finish it up when I can. Sorry the first bolt is misleading.


Location: New Hampshire : Southern NH and Seacoast : Stonehouse Pond : Geezer Pleaser (5.13d R)
By: And Partner When: Dec 27, 2012

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Comments: Oh Joe you are too kind. While I would love to take credit, the only free ascent so far of this route is by Joe. The closest I got was about 2 inches from the finishing hold. Next season.


Location: New Hampshire : Southern NH and Seacoast : Stonehouse Pond : The Day After My Birthday (... (5.13a/b)
By: And Partner When: Nov 20, 2012

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Comments: I feel like a prized asshole


Location: New Hampshire : Southern NH and Seacoast : Stonehouse Pond : The Day After My Birthday (... (5.13a/b)
By: And Partner When: Nov 19, 2012

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Comments: Don't want to make a rapper cry


Location: New Hampshire : Southern NH and Seacoast : Stonehouse Pond : The Day After My Birthday (... (5.13a/b)
By: And Partner When: Nov 19, 2012

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Comments: We have been trying to keep it nutritious and make it delicious


Location: New Hampshire : Southern NH and Seacoast : Stonehouse Pond : Trundle Drunk Express (5.11a)
By: And Partner When: Sep 27, 2012

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Comments: I got a #1 Camalot at the end of the traverse and that was it for the pitch. It would be a good sized fall if you fell toward the top but safe.


Location: New Hampshire : Southern NH and Seacoast : Stonehouse Pond : Flying Squirrel aka The Dia... (5.11b)
By: And Partner When: Sep 27, 2012

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Comments: gear
3 draws
(1) red C3, .5 .75 #1 #2
You can substitute extras in those sizes although this should probably suffice.



Location: New Hampshire : Southern NH and Seacoast : Stonehouse Pond : Trundle Drunk Express (5.11a)
By: And Partner When: Sep 21, 2012

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Comments: Not too bad of a move onto the arete. Big sloper up and left and then jug city.


Location: New Hampshire : Southern NH and Seacoast : Stonehouse Pond : Desperation (5.10a)
By: And Partner When: Sep 20, 2012

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Comments: Homemade hangers are gone.
We replaced them with painted store bought hangers.


Location: New Hampshire : Southern NH and Seacoast : Stonehouse Pond
By: And Partner When: Sep 19, 2012

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Comments: This is meant as no disrespect to the person whose homemade hangers grace Desperation and the North Face route but Joe and I will be replacing your homemade hangers with real/tested/store bought hangers over the next few weeks. If you would like the handmade stuff back you are welcome to it just tell me how to get it to you. Your hangers while impressive are thin and sharp and by placing them you end up taking a certain responsibility for them that you may not have thought about. Real hangers... more >>


Location: New Hampshire : Southern NH and Seacoast : Stonehouse Pond
By: And Partner When: Sep 18, 2012

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Comments: Just to backup Joe's story, there is no question that this was an alcohol induced accident more than a legitimate climbing accident. A couple of the police and rescue personnel agreed that they thought they smelled some boozy breath on those boys. I wasn't there until the guy had already taken his inevitable plunge but I think that it's safe to assume that they didn't change up their beer quota on that particular day. I would feel compassion for him if he was just some beginning climber (whic... more >>


Location: New Hampshire : Southern NH and Seacoast : Stonehouse Pond
By: And Partner When: Sep 12, 2012

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Comments: Fair enough
I should probably try it before I give a gear opinion. Maybe we'll get on it this upcoming week unless you are saving it.


Location: New Hampshire : Southern NH and Seacoast : Stonehouse Pond
By: And Partner When: Sep 5, 2012

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Comments: I looked at this the other day. Could probably be lead fairly easily with a single cam in the middle of the traverse. I don't think that there is much need for a bolt there although I admittedly have not been on it.


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