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Finally, after 10 months, my shoulder is healed enough to begin rehab in earnest. Looking to do lots of easy climbing through the summer, along w/strength training, with hopes of pointing towards harder climbing this coming fall and winter.


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Aug 2, 2012
I found this very hard. I OS'ed Jump For Joy and easily RP Haley's Comet after a slip, but the start of th… View Comment
Aug 2, 2012
There are 2 new bolts, one in second dish and one in third, above right. Original 1/4 bolt in first dish n… View Comment
Aug 2, 2012
Great climb that needs more ascents. Leaves, dirt collect in the crack detracting somewhat from the climbi… View Comment
Jul 2, 2012
Climbed Chockstone and Xanadu today w/ my friend Patrick. I first led these climbs back in 2002 climbing w… View Comment
Jun 25, 2012
Beware of many loose flakes on this climb. These significantly detract from the quality of the climb. View Comment
Jun 2, 2012
Great route, would be 3 stars if longer. Easier than the other old school 9+'s and 10a I've done in BoCan… View Comment

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Reply: New and Experienced Climbers over 50
Apr 21, 2018 At 63 or 64, Steve Hong has been climbing first ascents of 5.14s for at least 25 years. View Message
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Reply: Duncan Ferguson - Old school climber. Is he still…
Mar 5, 2018 He is still around. I don't have contact info, but I saw him and his wife hiking Sanitas several times last summer. View Message
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Reply: Goodbye, Yosemite
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Reply: The comparable risks of being fat and climbing
Oct 21, 2016 HAFE- thanks for introducing an article about real live scientific research on obesity and weight loss/regain. View Message
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Reply: The comparable risks of being fat and climbing
Oct 20, 2016 Ball- Adverse Childhood Experiences is not a diagnosis, it's a diagnostic tool. npr.org/sections/health-sho… From your photo doesn't look like you'd be "fat" at 200… View Message
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Reply: The comparable risks of being fat and climbing
Oct 20, 2016 The pill? Read Bessel Vander Kolk's The Body Keeps The Score. He's a psychiatrist who has been on the cutting edge of trauma research for 30+ years. He was involved with som… View Message