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By Fat Dad
From: Los Angeles, CA
Apr 23, 2008
C4? Are you sure you're talking about the Bering Straights? I think I was class A2 but without the pins (i.e., C2).

I do agree with you about Central Latitudes, although when I did it in the mid '90s there were only a couple of fixed rurps so I had to place about 3 or 4 of my own. Made the hook moves at the end of that section way more interesting.
By Marc H
From: Lafayette, CO
Apr 25, 2008
You're right, Fat Dad. I just looked it up; it was the Central Latitudes. I'll fix the caption to read C3 (which is what the Supertaco book calls that pitch.) Good eye!
By Fat Dad
From: Los Angeles, CA
Apr 28, 2008
Sorry, I had a total brain fart. For reasons I can't explain, I confused the Central Latitudes with the Bering Straights. Your caption clearly says Central Latitudes so I don't know what I was thinking. Too many nautical references I guess.
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3:30 am after fixing the C3 central latitudes. good job luke!!

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