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|Submitted By:||Avery Worthing-Jones on Sep 8, 2004|
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From: santa rosa, cali
Feb 8, 2005
you all be trippin yo!
i had to reply to this one more time because i was just going to contribute a few more climbs and photos but i just couldnt believe the descriptions for the areas.Waterfall Boulders - not "waterfall cliff". there are way more problems there then the highball cliff. actually there are at least 25 other problems from V0 - V7!
and Shroomland has another boulder thats just as good as The Shroom Boulder with Vise Grip on it - the Hourglass Boulder (V1 - V5) and its not hard to find - 2 min. hike from Hwy. 1! or 5 min. north of Vise Grip.
-the reason why i even bothered trying to fix this is because my buddies were out there today and found more new problems. so when you say there is "only one good problem and a bunch of ify ones" you and avery are so wrong-(and why not mention my guide?)
tell avery - ya'll need to have faith and show some respect yo!
and o yeh p.s. -there is no schist in salt point.
By Aron Quiter
From: Oakland, CA
Feb 9, 2005
Good catch on the schist drunkenmaster... I hadn't noticed that. It's changed now.
As for me, I can't lay claim to any of Avery's statements, since I haven't bouldered in the Waterfall or Shroom boulders.
I've also changed the name of the waterfall boulders, as it was indeed called waterfall boulders cliff.
If you notice, though, your book is linked from the beginning page of the Salt point Area. That's the way that the site is laid out... books are linked from the main page of the area, and not generally from the "inner" sections of the area (i.e. rocks, problems, routes, etc.)
Thanks for the pointers!