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Apr 2, 2006, 11:06 AM
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When I started out leading trad, the old grey beard I climbed with gave me a rack to lead with it consisted of, frost nuts, chalk tubes, and a full set of tetons to place. He felt cams where cheating. I lead out a lot of easy stuff at Seneca rock with his rack. The rack worked fine, I learned a lot from this experience, if nothing else how to sh*t my self on moderate routes. Any one else have a good stories about when they where green. By the way frost nuts are still the best nut i have ever used.

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