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Jan 9, 2012, 1:20 PM
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Well hot damn if Chossy didn't just win the Ouray comp.
http://www.facebook.com/OurayiceparkInc

Strong werke for shizzle.
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Strong work indeed!


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Hey Laz, and all you other fools who like to climb the cold, snowy mountains, enjoy!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdHlyjM_8_E

That Ueli is a crusher!

And the name of the song is Welcome home by Radical Face. How fitting, eh.

love that song... Matt has the reel rock tour (2010??) with that video on it.


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notapplicable wrote:
erisspirit wrote:
sungam wrote:
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Lazlo wrote:
Got a new tent (Garuda atman) (Tent on the right. not my photo)
[image]http://i214.photobucket.com/albums/cc229/yweski/P4290827.jpg[/image]

Also Grivel Ice Crampons
[image]http://a1072.g.akamai.net/f/1072/2062/1d/gallery.rei.com/media/30251.jpg[/image]

oooo I played with my new BD sabertooths yesterday... since there is not much snow at San jac but lots of ice I figured I'd practice with them... I am pigeon toed and am pretty convinced the my first order of business with my crampons will be shoving the toe spike through my opposite leg (thus the desire to practice using them a bit)
Can I be sold bold as to reccomend cheap canvas gaiters?

already have gaitors... also have a few pairs of pants with extra burly material on the inner legs...

I still think I have the ability to run a spike into my leg... I'm talented like that.

You too?? What the carp!

You folks do realize those mountains are cold and covered in snow, right??

*shakes head*

woo snow!


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Jan 9, 2012, 2:42 PM
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erisspirit wrote:
notapplicable wrote:
erisspirit wrote:
sungam wrote:
erisspirit wrote:
Lazlo wrote:
Got a new tent (Garuda atman) (Tent on the right. not my photo)
[image]http://i214.photobucket.com/albums/cc229/yweski/P4290827.jpg[/image]

Also Grivel Ice Crampons
[image]http://a1072.g.akamai.net/f/1072/2062/1d/gallery.rei.com/media/30251.jpg[/image]

oooo I played with my new BD sabertooths yesterday... since there is not much snow at San jac but lots of ice I figured I'd practice with them... I am pigeon toed and am pretty convinced the my first order of business with my crampons will be shoving the toe spike through my opposite leg (thus the desire to practice using them a bit)
Can I be sold bold as to reccomend cheap canvas gaiters?

already have gaitors... also have a few pairs of pants with extra burly material on the inner legs...

I still think I have the ability to run a spike into my leg... I'm talented like that.

You too?? What the carp!

You folks do realize those mountains are cold and covered in snow, right??

*shakes head*

woo snow!
How's the coverage up there, by the way? I've been curious, and wanting to get a day in them thar hillz in the firm snowy ground.


erisspirit


Jan 9, 2012, 2:50 PM
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epoch wrote:
erisspirit wrote:
notapplicable wrote:
erisspirit wrote:
sungam wrote:
erisspirit wrote:
Lazlo wrote:
Got a new tent (Garuda atman) (Tent on the right. not my photo)
[image]http://i214.photobucket.com/albums/cc229/yweski/P4290827.jpg[/image]

Also Grivel Ice Crampons
[image]http://a1072.g.akamai.net/f/1072/2062/1d/gallery.rei.com/media/30251.jpg[/image]

oooo I played with my new BD sabertooths yesterday... since there is not much snow at San jac but lots of ice I figured I'd practice with them... I am pigeon toed and am pretty convinced the my first order of business with my crampons will be shoving the toe spike through my opposite leg (thus the desire to practice using them a bit)
Can I be sold bold as to reccomend cheap canvas gaiters?

already have gaitors... also have a few pairs of pants with extra burly material on the inner legs...

I still think I have the ability to run a spike into my leg... I'm talented like that.

You too?? What the carp!

You folks do realize those mountains are cold and covered in snow, right??

*shakes head*

woo snow!
How's the coverage up there, by the way? I've been curious, and wanting to get a day in them thar hillz in the firm snowy ground.

pretty bad

It was mostly either dirt or ice. When we did get to the snow it ranged from hardpack to thin icy crust that would break and send you postholing to your knee to thigh... snowshoes would have helped that, but it was really patchy... It really could use several feet of new snow


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Jan 9, 2012, 3:16 PM
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Hey Laz, and all you other fools who like to climb the cold, snowy mountains, enjoy!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdHlyjM_8_E

That Ueli is a crusher!

Ueli is my hero. He's a bad ass.


Lazlo


Jan 9, 2012, 3:18 PM
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erisspirit wrote:
epoch wrote:
erisspirit wrote:
notapplicable wrote:
erisspirit wrote:
sungam wrote:
erisspirit wrote:
Lazlo wrote:
Got a new tent (Garuda atman) (Tent on the right. not my photo)
[image]http://i214.photobucket.com/albums/cc229/yweski/P4290827.jpg[/image]

Also Grivel Ice Crampons
[image]http://a1072.g.akamai.net/f/1072/2062/1d/gallery.rei.com/media/30251.jpg[/image]

oooo I played with my new BD sabertooths yesterday... since there is not much snow at San jac but lots of ice I figured I'd practice with them... I am pigeon toed and am pretty convinced the my first order of business with my crampons will be shoving the toe spike through my opposite leg (thus the desire to practice using them a bit)
Can I be sold bold as to reccomend cheap canvas gaiters?

already have gaitors... also have a few pairs of pants with extra burly material on the inner legs...

I still think I have the ability to run a spike into my leg... I'm talented like that.

You too?? What the carp!

You folks do realize those mountains are cold and covered in snow, right??

*shakes head*

woo snow!
How's the coverage up there, by the way? I've been curious, and wanting to get a day in them thar hillz in the firm snowy ground.

pretty bad

It was mostly either dirt or ice. When we did get to the snow it ranged from hardpack to thin icy crust that would break and send you postholing to your knee to thigh... snowshoes would have helped that, but it was really patchy... It really could use several feet of new snow

You could also look at it as the best ice season in decades. Summer approaches to awesome ice.


Gmburns2000


Jan 9, 2012, 3:29 PM
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erisspirit wrote:
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hmmm so I need a new jorb...

I really want the fancy pants long shot job the MIGHT come up... but can't exactly count on it...

trouble is I really want to find a place that is more flexible on occasionally working remotely. Not really sure though how to go about finding those rare companies.

hmmmmm

In my experience, find the companies with world-class reputations. Those are the companies that hire good, smart people who know how to manage their time. As a result, those companies tend to have better work conditions because they can trust their employees to do good, quality work.

I'm not saying only world-class institutions are like that, but most tend to be like that. And by world-class, I don't mean world-famous; I mean high-quality, standards-pushing organizations.

I don't know of any in SD, though, so good luck.

yeah there are a few here known for their great working conditions... but they still haven't adopted the idea that sometimes allowing employees to work remotely can be a really good thing... They are definitively on the list still, but I would loooove to find a job like my bf's... mostly he works in the office, BUT if he wants to run off someplace and not use up all his vacation time he can just work from wherever he is.

My friend had a pretty killer job for awhile... his company would send everyone (small company) to some other country for a month every year to "help boost creativity and free thinking"

my final years in the corporate world were at a hospital in finance. if one wanted to work remotely from time-to-time it was allowed. It was really easy on snow days, but other people had a once-per-week day when they worked from home. It worked really well.

I never liked working from home. I don't like working when at home, so I didn't want to feel obligated to work at home or on the weekends at times.


erisspirit


Jan 9, 2012, 3:30 PM
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Lazlo wrote:
erisspirit wrote:
epoch wrote:
erisspirit wrote:
notapplicable wrote:
erisspirit wrote:
sungam wrote:
erisspirit wrote:
Lazlo wrote:
Got a new tent (Garuda atman) (Tent on the right. not my photo)
[image]http://i214.photobucket.com/albums/cc229/yweski/P4290827.jpg[/image]

Also Grivel Ice Crampons
[image]http://a1072.g.akamai.net/f/1072/2062/1d/gallery.rei.com/media/30251.jpg[/image]

oooo I played with my new BD sabertooths yesterday... since there is not much snow at San jac but lots of ice I figured I'd practice with them... I am pigeon toed and am pretty convinced the my first order of business with my crampons will be shoving the toe spike through my opposite leg (thus the desire to practice using them a bit)
Can I be sold bold as to reccomend cheap canvas gaiters?

already have gaitors... also have a few pairs of pants with extra burly material on the inner legs...

I still think I have the ability to run a spike into my leg... I'm talented like that.

You too?? What the carp!

You folks do realize those mountains are cold and covered in snow, right??

*shakes head*

woo snow!
How's the coverage up there, by the way? I've been curious, and wanting to get a day in them thar hillz in the firm snowy ground.

pretty bad

It was mostly either dirt or ice. When we did get to the snow it ranged from hardpack to thin icy crust that would break and send you postholing to your knee to thigh... snowshoes would have helped that, but it was really patchy... It really could use several feet of new snow

You could also look at it as the best ice season in decades. Summer approaches to awesome ice.

no such thing as awesome ice at San Jacinto... just iced over trails Tongue


sungam


Jan 9, 2012, 5:13 PM
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erisspirit wrote:
sungam wrote:
erisspirit wrote:
sungam wrote:
erisspirit wrote:
Lazlo wrote:
Got a new tent (Garuda atman) (Tent on the right. not my photo)
[image]http://i214.photobucket.com/albums/cc229/yweski/P4290827.jpg[/image]

Also Grivel Ice Crampons
[image]http://a1072.g.akamai.net/f/1072/2062/1d/gallery.rei.com/media/30251.jpg[/image]

oooo I played with my new BD sabertooths yesterday... since there is not much snow at San jac but lots of ice I figured I'd practice with them... I am pigeon toed and am pretty convinced the my first order of business with my crampons will be shoving the toe spike through my opposite leg (thus the desire to practice using them a bit)
Can I be sold bold as to reccomend cheap canvas gaiters?

already have gaitors... also have a few pairs of pants with extra burly material on the inner legs...

I still think I have the ability to run a spike into my leg... I'm talented like that.
I watched a guy put his monopoint through the back of his boot (and foot) at Ouray. *facepalm*.
Feck knows why he ws kicking so hard in the first place.


ouuuuuuucccccchhhh!
Yeah, it was kinda gross. But, to be perfectly honest, mostly confusing. how?


sungam


Jan 9, 2012, 5:15 PM
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I know this is way into CdB territory, but whatever, I think it's rad.
http://videocenter.denverpost.com/...;bctid=1373176806001


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I know this is way into CdB territory, but whatever, I think it's rad.
http://videocenter.denverpost.com/...;bctid=1373176806001

Yeah, he did good.


Lazlo


Jan 10, 2012, 7:38 AM
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I know this is way into CdB territory, but whatever, I think it's rad.
http://videocenter.denverpost.com/...;bctid=1373176806001
CDB?

Thanks for the vid. Cool stuff.


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Jan 10, 2012, 10:41 AM
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Lazlo wrote:
sungam wrote:
I know this is way into CdB territory, but whatever, I think it's rad.
http://videocenter.denverpost.com/...;bctid=1373176806001
CDB?

Thanks for the vid. Cool stuff.
Ballcupping. There's a bunch of it that happens here.

Oh, and the men's winner happens to be none other than our very own (well, the B_ETard) chossmonkey [/CdB].


donald949


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Yo.
jess a little pc++
b4 I head back ought.


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only won thought.
Winter is for the snow sports, and teh skiing conditions are in the tank right noa. Sew the ice must be as well.
But.....
The snow report for BC is a million times better than anthing this side or oregon.
Sew go to the BC.Laugh


Gmburns2000


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epoch wrote:
Lazlo wrote:
sungam wrote:
I know this is way into CdB territory, but whatever, I think it's rad.
http://videocenter.denverpost.com/...;bctid=1373176806001
CDB?

Thanks for the vid. Cool stuff.
Ballcupping. There's a bunch of it that happens here.

Oh, and the men's winner happens to be none other than our very own (well, the B_ETard) chossmonkey [/CdB].

1 - not a lot of ballcupping in here, so I assume you mean over there.

2 - if you had watched the video you'd know that your second paragraph was redundant to the info at hand.

3 - I only just figured out what CdB means.


erisspirit


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Well on an early morning hike today before work

the good:
The BF made me an awesome breakfast this morning

the bad:
I want to go to bed now


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bump


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Setting routes at the gym here now. Hoping to get free climbing out of it.

climbing more now as a result, even if just inside. Outside has been tough lately because it's been raining the past ten days. Such is life in this particular city.


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Bouldering comp today... Came in 3rd for women's experienced division.


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Bouldering comp today... Came in 3rd for women's experienced division.

Out of 3 competitors.


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Bouldering comp today... Came in 3rd for women's experienced division.

Out of 3 competitors.

Despite being a bouldering loser, I won the grand prize in the participants draw for a free pair of sportivas


sungam


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Setting routes at the gym here now. Hoping to get free climbing out of it.

climbing more now as a result, even if just inside. Outside has been tough lately because it's been raining the past ten days. Such is life in this particular city.
Cool. Free climbing is always good. Shitty about the weather.


sungam


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Kartessa wrote:
Bouldering comp today... Came in 3rd for women's experienced division.


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