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By tenesmus
Apr 7, 2008
the use of a microcam is well noted.
By cstorms
From: North Bend, OR
Apr 7, 2008
which piece did u use for the first crack
By CascadeKid
Apr 7, 2008
that's one of the prettiest cracks I've ever seen!!!!
By kirra
Apr 8, 2008
any guys volunteering for a demo of slinging a chicken head?
By CascadeKid
Apr 8, 2008
Kirra, I'm down, but please don't fall on it!
By Daryl Allan
From: Sierra Vista, AZ
Apr 8, 2008
cstorms wrote:
which piece did u use for the first crack

I used a chickenhead ;)
By Jeff Mekolites
From: ATL GA
Apr 8, 2008
a nut might work better...crack is a little flared
By A.P.T.
From: Truckee,Ca
Apr 8, 2008
Hey! That little thing look's unprotected, I'd at least use a Lambskin. Great personal photo and it seem's to be getting a lot of attention already in a short time. I think you should place a bolt there though!
Oh ya, forgot to mention you Folk's in "Sierra Vista" are as crazy as us in Tucson.
By Jordan Ramey
From: Calgary, Alberta
Apr 15, 2008
That placement better be part of a ground up attempt!
By Sergio P
From: Idaho Springs, CO
Apr 23, 2008
Although the crack is small I still imagine that using cupped hands will help someone tick that crack of their list.
By Meghan
From: Sierra Vista, AZ
Dec 5, 2008
I have the super secret beta that this IS NOT a baby's butt... The "nice girl" in question would make most climbers get a little too gripped to place gear, though. Don't know how Daryl managed to get a chick that hot to let him get his chalky fingers within camming distance of her!! :-)

Yes, Daryl, this comment is for YOU, man...!
By CO_Michael
Jun 7, 2009
By A.P.T.
From: Truckee,Ca
Nov 16, 2010
Someone is using this picture as there profile picture on Cascade Climbers! Thought it would have been a patented photo?
By Russ Keane
Nov 10, 2015
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I can't stress enough the importance of proper pro placement.

Submitted By: Daryl Allan on Apr 7, 2008
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