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By J. Broussard
From CordryCorner
Jun 12, 2012
Young Good Free Face, 11b

First off: get some instruction on placing gear. You're very lucky to have gotten down safe placing bail gear behind two dislodged chock stones.

Second: learn to read a guide, there were numerous easy options to escape; you didn't have to bail.

Third: I like sours & pilsners (this time of year at least).


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By Jeff Chrisler
From Boulder, CO
Jun 12, 2012

awesome


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By fat cow
From Salinas, CA
Jun 12, 2012
perfect seam

this is definately fantastic


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By Brent Apgar
From Out of the Loop
Jun 12, 2012
Me and Spearhead

Well it is "climbing season" (whatever that means) in CO now.


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By Sorden
From inside the Bubble, Colorado
Jun 12, 2012
~Here to party~

Somewhere out there an epic tale of narrowly averted disaster, cheated death and heroic self-rescue in mountain climbing is being toasted with celebratory beers...


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By NickinCO
From colorado
Jun 23, 2012
after the hard stuff, into cruiser hands.

hahaha well done... boooooooty!


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By Greg D
From Here
Jun 24, 2012
Out of the blue.  Photo by Mike W. <br />

Jeffeos wrote:
First off: get some instruction on placing gear. You're very lucky to have gotten down safe placing bail gear behind two dislodged chock stones. Second: learn to read a guide, there were numerous easy options to escape; you didn't have to bail. Third: I like sours & pilsners (this time of year at least).


Wow. What an ass. You don't know anything about the circumstances in which they bailed. So get of your high horse Mr Gear placement, bail anchor expert.

Are you trying to help them or boost your own ego.


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