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By Eric Coffman
Jul 8, 2012
mountainlion

As promised I'm here to provide evidence of my adventures in the philippines. I highly recommend visiting the area/or having a similar adventure of your own. I sold all of my possessions and moved to the philippines with my beautiful wife Elna. I sincerely apologize to any and all I offended by saying beginners shouldn't climb at Tahquitz (I still believe if you havent taken the time to learn the techniques necessary to bail out your own ass you shouldnt but thats my opinion nothing more)it's not my place to tell anyone else what they can or can't do. I learned to climb at Jtree/Tahquitz with the dream of being able to lead climb anywhere in the world (I have realized my dream) Here is a few pics of a 5.7 crusher like me onsighting Vino Kafouke (a filipino wine) 5.11b at Cantabaco Cebu Philippines on 7-7-2012 enjoy!

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By RNclimber
From Riverside, Ca
Jul 8, 2012
Seconds before onsighting Gun Smoke V3, Joshua Tree bouldering

wall looks great. I still have family in the Philippines and been meaning to visit them. It'd be awesome if you provided continuous info on climbing there. I'd love to go back to PI and get some climbing in next time I visit


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By x15x15
Jul 8, 2012

now were talking. sweet stuff!!! keep em coming, and i like it when people speak their mind...


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By matt davies
Jul 8, 2012

íViva el 5.7 trituradora!


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By Eric Coffman
Jul 8, 2012
mountainlion

Thanks X15X15. I am/was a perfect example of someone sitting behind a computer reading and replying without thinking. Once the send button is pressed it's too late and you most likely will regret if you replied in haste.


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