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Bucket Racer Boulder.
Id# 107979913, 2000 x 1119px View full size
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By Bradley Mark Edwards
Administrator
From: Grand Junction, CO
Jan 28, 2013
Where is that Nick? Looks sweet!
By Airbiscuit
Jan 29, 2013
Bucket Racer Boulders. There's some goods in that area.
By Nick Reecy
Administrator
From: Clifton, CO
Jan 29, 2013
It is sweet, Brad, same vicinity as the Reba Boulders.
By Nick Reecy
Administrator
From: Clifton, CO
Jan 29, 2013
Airbiscuit- Interesting and thank you, you're referring to the cluster of boulders if I'm not mistaken? I'm most interested in this monarch, however...do you know its name?
By Airbiscuit
Jan 30, 2013
I put up most of these Boulders in the early 2000s. This one is the Bucket Racer Boulder after that sick, three dish to a massive dyno on the left side. I had names for most of the boulders in this area, but I really don't remember. It's been too long ago. Good stuff though.
By Nick Reecy
Administrator
From: Clifton, CO
Jan 30, 2013
Dang!...I was wondering if that dyno was possible, thanks again for the info.
By Bradley Mark Edwards
Administrator
From: Grand Junction, CO
Feb 1, 2013
So you gonna show us where this sweet "new" boulder is?!?!
By Nick Reecy
Administrator
From: Clifton, CO
Feb 3, 2013
Of course, Brad, we'll check it out in the future, the top is still snow covered and the face is wet, it's gonna have to warm up a bit more.
By Airbiscuit
Feb 6, 2013
On the backside of this boulder, there's a sweet problem coming out of the cave and up the slab. Look for a hidden hold!
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Bucket Racer Boulder.

Submitted By: Nick Reecy on Jan 28, 2013
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