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By J. Broussard
From: CordryCorner
Jan 6, 2012
Were they used for protection or standing on? How were they racked?
By Bryan Ferguson
Feb 16, 2012
The blocks were used for both direct aid and protection. I stacked them with big tricams, bongs and home made number 6 "Friends". I got really scared but in hindsight, I think each placement was pretty solid. Well, so long as they were weighted... Racked 'em just like nuts - they are drilled for slings.
By Bryan Ferguson
Jun 13, 2012
Was that helpful, Jeffeos?
By J. Broussard
From: CordryCorner
Oct 11, 2012
More than helpful. Look back to my original query; I must have been feeling silly that day.

None the less, awesome to hear of how your used them blocks aside from the obvious fact they served as protection.
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The old stacking blocks are still there at the base of Block Top. Photo: Joe Puryear 2008

Submitted By: Bryan Ferguson on Jun 2, 2008
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Block Top (5.9+ 5c 17 VI 17 E1 5a C2+ )
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