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By Zarrin Leff
From Inwood, IA
Nov 18, 2012

I've had enough of living in the flatlands and it is time to move on. Within a week or two, I will be in Colorado and then into AZ or southern CA for some dirtbag bouldering (or climbing with someone else's stuff, all I got is pads) and just living, adventure, travel, seeing what happens. Time for something anew, change, afresh. That's what I'm looking for, don't know where, maybe Flagstaff, or Bishop, or J-tree.


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By Drake Pregnall
From Morehead, KY
Nov 18, 2012
Leading up Eat Yourself A Pie 5.8+ at Barkeater in the Adirondacks

Good on you brother. Also great to see you're still at it. Wish I could join you.


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By someDuder
From Montreal, QC
Nov 27, 2012
Sasquatches are real!

I will be passing through Flagstaff tomorrow, so if you are there and wanna climb shoot me a message!


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By Zarrin Leff
From Inwood, IA
Nov 30, 2012

Update on my travel plans: I seem to have stopped in Winter Park, CO for the duration of the winter, so it seems I will not be continuing to travel further as I had originally thought I would. Wish lots of fun to you!
--Zarrin


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By Evan S
From Erie, CO
Nov 30, 2012
Me, of course

If you get tired of -10 degrees, 40 mph winds and no snow come on down, it's gonna be 65 here on Sunday.


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By ben jammin
From Moab, UT
Nov 30, 2012
Aesthetics

Ahhhh, the great CO barrier.


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By Evan S
From Erie, CO
Nov 30, 2012
Me, of course

MIYG wrote:
Ahhhh, the great CO barrier.


Probably more like full strength alcohol and legal pot.


Suckers


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By Zarrin Leff
From Inwood, IA
Dec 3, 2012

Thanks for the invite to...Eden CO? Is it that much warmer there? I realize that this Winter Park/Tabernash area is really cold. I plan to live in a 70s trailer that I just bought with probably no water, composting toilet. "Una ik to" is Eskimo for "it is cold." I mostly don't drink and pot's not legal quite yet and anyway, it's going to be more like alcohol than cigarettes in terms of social acceptability and workplace stuff.


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