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Rock Climbing Photo: Pad people
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By Philip Scoles
From: bum fuck, Oregon
Nov 8, 2006
So thats lost rocks eh?
By Lacey LaDuke
From: Spokane, Washington
Nov 8, 2008
Pad People = walking poptarts.
By J tot
From: Tempe, AZ
Aug 16, 2010
This photo is unique for mountain project. It hardly shoes the rock and doesn't show people climbing...

but it is still awesome because it has some sort of epic story feel. Four friends with pads journeying to do battle with the rock... or something grandiose like that.
By S. Neoh
Jan 2, 2014
NICE. I like this pic! It captures the place and moment very well.
By Short Beta
From: Troy, MI
Mar 31, 2014
So now that there's a photo of it will the name change to "Found Rocks"?
By Benjamin Chapman
From: Small Town, USA
Aug 20, 2015
I do believe that rock is off limits due to its sacred status with the local Yurok tribe. It's the closest rock to the tribal ceremonial grounds, as well. Despite the obvious lines just keep walking south.
By Woodchuck ATC
Mar 9, 2017
LaDuke...I like that! Never heard of 'walking pop tarts' before. Pad people, Walking Tacos's, 'Trad-wanna-be's', and more but pop tarts fits just right.! Great ocean view, sand,sun, beach day, surfin' for sure, swim with the sharks, all that fun put aside for a fruitless struggle on a wet, mossy rock that looks very cool to just sit back and enjoy. Wonder if DWS works when the tide comes in? OR better yet at high tide,,,foat a pile of pads together, crawl up on top of them and get a better start on the boulder !!
By Peter Lewis
From: Bridgton, Maine
Aug 10, 2017
How can you lose something so big?
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Submitted By: Peter Franzen on Nov 3, 2006
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