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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. Zarrin Leff
From Inwood, IA
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Leading up Eat Yourself A Pie 5.8+ at Barkeater in...
Good on you brother. Also great to see you're still at it. Wish I could join you. Drake Pregnall
From Boulder, CO
Joined Dec 23, 2011
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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! someDuder
From Montreal, QC
Joined Oct 3, 2012
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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
Zarrin Leff
From Inwood, IA
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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. Evan S
From Erie, CO
Joined Dec 30, 2007
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Nov 30, 2012
Kolob
Ahhhh, the great CO barrier. ben jammin
From Moab, UT
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Nov 30, 2012
Me, of course
MIYG wrote:
Ahhhh, the great CO barrier.


Probably more like full strength alcohol and legal pot.


Suckers
Evan S
From Erie, CO
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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. Zarrin Leff
From Inwood, IA
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