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Jan 14, 2013
Well I'm not as much as a hardman here, but still fun to post my goals!

(All Yosemite/Sierras)

E Buttress of Middle Cathedral
Central Pillar of Frenzy
Reed's Direct
S Face Washington Column
Brille Book
Commitment + Saliginella (sp?)

Third Pillar of Dana

NE Ridge Bear Creek Spire
Venusian Blind on Temple Crag
E Buttress of Mt Whitney

(Red Rocks)

Dark Shadows
Birdland
Prince of Darkness

Bouldering: Seven Spanish Angels at Bishop, Jedi Mind Tricks at Bishop, Hueco Wall at Castle Rock, Lost Keys Traverse at Castle Rock

Sport: AC Devil Dog at The Grotto, just as much as I can do at Gold Wall and the easiest climb at Jailhouse
Edward_
Joined Feb 3, 2012
113 points
Jan 14, 2013
Epic free solo with a pack on
Kevin Landolt wrote:
Beat cancer (been fighting hard / non stop since September 2011) and return to climbing and life.


Keep fighting! Most inspirational goal I've read on this thread...I wish you the best of luck.
Ben Brotelho
From Albany, NY
Joined May 4, 2011
700 points
Jan 14, 2013
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Survive another year Brent Butcher
Joined Nov 18, 2010
314 points
Jan 14, 2013
Kevin Landolt wrote:
Beat cancer (been fighting hard / non stop since September 2011) and return to climbing and life.


Ben Brotelho wrote:
Keep fighting! Most inspirational goal I've read on this thread...I wish you the best of luck.


+1
R.Walters
Joined Sep 27, 2006
339 points
Jan 15, 2013
Zodiac in the late spring. Half Dome in a day. Serenity Crack and Sons of Yesterday link up, and something on Mt Russell. Lofty goals for a weekender... should be a good year. Caleb Rightmyer
Joined Dec 30, 2012
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