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Rock Climbing Photo: My wife lowering me (low in photo, behind trees) &...
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By Bill Lawry
From: New Mexico
Mar 16, 2008
Hope your shoulder is getting better. Anything unusual happen that caused it?
By rpc
Mar 18, 2008
thanks. A reset in the ER & was good to go in about a week. No, nothing really out of the ordinary - weird sidepull (probably unnecessary) and then I heard the "pop" and was airborne. Thought a hold broke before the pain hit :) First time it happened to me....I'm sure the guys around the corner got a good audio show. Cheers.
By Bill Lawry
From: New Mexico
Mar 18, 2008
I imagine the hike down from Rockfellow was not the most pleasant. Kudo's to you and your wife for getting down on your own power. Something to be said for having a partner with enough knowledge.
By rpc
Mar 19, 2008
thanks Bill - didn't realize that once the muscles tensed up around the dislocated joint it would hurt that much. Certainly memorable :) I posted a TR of this little misadventure on summitpost,
take care.
By Christian
From: Casa do Cacete
Mar 19, 2008
Damn, I'd be pretty bummed if I drove an hour and a half out to Cochise and then hiked an hour and then got injured..If I flew across the country to climb there for a couple of days and that happened on the first pitch of the first climb, I'd be clinically depressed for like a month..
By rpc
Mar 19, 2008
Yeah 2 trips wasted (0 climbing) due to injuries. Once we drove (50 hrs r.t. from Portland) & this time we flew also for nothing but an ER visit. Cursed I guess. Did have our share of great climbing in Cochise and so that keeps us coming back :)
Great area - lucky you to live so close to it! cheers.
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My wife lowering me (low in photo, behind trees) & my dislocated shoulder from first pitch of Endgame (Nov. 2007).

Submitted By: rpc on Mar 14, 2008
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Endgame (5.10a/b 6a+ 19 VI+ 19 E2 5b )
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