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Sep 20, 2021
Jorge asked me to leave an old bolt here and there while replacing bolts, so you'll find a few on various r… View Comment
Apr 23, 2021
Thanks for replacing those bolts! When we replaced the route we had heard that Bombs Under Tokyo variation… View Comment
Apr 23, 2021
Just retrobolted with my permission, now you need only draws and an 80m rope. Approx. 16 bolts now. Thanks… View Comment
Apr 13, 2021
Don't blow the thin face moves around bolts 5-6, it's a big ledge to hit. I removed a 2 foot tall, loose (t… View Comment
Apr 13, 2021
A lot of loose and hollow rock on this route, the belayer should definitely wear a helmet. A large, hollow… View Comment
Jul 29, 2020
Let's just rename this Corkscrew Spire, why wait for the State Parks. Looks just like a corkscrew from the… View Comment

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General > Fixed Hardware: Bolts & Anchors
Reply: Inherited hardware - Serviceable or Sellable?
Oct 15, 2021 Peter Thomas wrote: Lots of folks (including the local climbing community where I am) use 3/8 hangers for 1/2 5-piece and remove the washer. I think it looks funky, but ot… View Message
General > Fixed Hardware: Bolts & Anchors
Reply: Inherited hardware - Serviceable or Sellable?
Oct 14, 2021 Oh I forgot to mention that one of the Long-Lifes is missing the pin, so it's pretty much useless.I once pulled one of those in Yosemite where the pin had been lost, so they po… View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: Weird new bolts at local crag.
Oct 13, 2021 J C wrote: Any tips for removing mechanical bolts that have been covered in epoxy/resin/etc? There are a few self drives near me with that glue on top, and as much as it is… View Message
General > Fixed Hardware: Bolts & Anchors
Reply: Inherited hardware - Serviceable or Sellable?
Oct 13, 2021 The grey Metolius hangers are great hangers, stainless and fine for modern use.The rap hangers have all those issues mentioned. They're not up to modern standards since they do… View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: Weird new bolts at local crag.
Oct 13, 2021 J C wrote: What exactly are we looking at? Is that the sleeve from some type of bolt, or just a piece of metal rod? Obviously not a good setup, I just can't seem to identif… View Message
General > General Climbing
Reply: Psychological Test Pieces
Oct 10, 2021 Mikey Schaefer wrote: This is a great post Kevin.  Thanks for sharing.  Your distinction between things being a "statement" or simply an "expression" is really f… View Message

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