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Solid body tension from the undercling allows you ...
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By Daniel Trugman
From: La Jolla, CA
Feb 7, 2009
Right before I peeled off haha.
By Mike Howard
Administrator
Oct 25, 2009
What is up with that Knot (or not)?
By Daniel Trugman
From: La Jolla, CA
Oct 25, 2009
Ermm... as far as I can tell it is a figure 8 not cinched tight and a HUGE keeper knot. Doesn't look pretty for sure but it held my repeated whippers on that lower slab.
By Mike Howard
Administrator
Oct 25, 2009
Nice photo regardless, gotta love those Bob D slab testpieces. That big orange block behind your belayer has fallen since we started there.
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Solid body tension from the undercling allows you to move your feet up to reach some fingertip holds on the slab. February 2009.

Submitted By: Jason Halladay on Feb 7, 2009
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Dancing on Stones (5.11b/c 6c+ 23 VIII- 24 E4 6a )
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