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Rock Climbing Photo: Tough fingers.  Photo by Vanessa Cassat.
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By Glenn Schuler
From: Monument, Co.
Oct 9, 2015
Edit: Justin, your first post made it sound like you did the mortaring. If you say you didn't do it, I take you at your word, my apologies. I was just voicing my opinion that using mortar for climbing rocks is complete BS (as is chiseling). Carry on.
Oct 11, 2015
Glenn Schuler, at this point, due to the fact that no one has come forward to own any of this mess, I am going to assume that you at least had something to do with some part of it. You either chipped this thing, or you put the mortar in there, and cstebbins024 likely was participatory as well.

BTW, my left foot is being rammed into that flake (which was chipped off, and which was only the rand smear seen used by the left foot in this picture, no one's fingers fit in the crack there) in that picture. Why didn't it get broken off then, and why didn't it get broken off the 40th, or 50th time I climbed the problem either? I was out there four or five days before I got told about the "loose rock in the crack that got taken out". Why was the flake not loose and broken then?

Glenn, you apparently live in Monument, Colorado. Why are you causing drama here? Bored at work?
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Tough fingers.

Photo by Vanessa Cassat.

Submitted By: JNE on Oct 8, 2007
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