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An historical selection of anchors below the headw...
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By Ben Kiessel
Feb 4, 2008
My question is not what's the deal with it but why aren't you clipped to it?
By Steve "Crusher" Bartlett
Feb 4, 2008
Hey Brad, Canyonlands National Park has always allowed replacement of existing anchors.
By mikewhite
Feb 5, 2008
So lets go do it.
Less talk more work.
By Brad Brandewie
Feb 5, 2008
You're right of course Crusher.

I fixed the annotation.
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An historical selection of anchors below the headwall.

What's the deal with that "anchor" on the bottom?

Submitted By: Brad Brandewie on Feb 4, 2008
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