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krustyklimber


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I just thought I would say thank you to the people who make this forum great;
Pete, thanks, you have already saved my bacon from the fire, before I put it in there, more times than I'd like to have to admit, but I was creating problems that I was lucky to have survived in the past (I was supposed to be a good climber, but I was just a good traditional big wall climber, now I know there is a "better way")
Ammon, thanks, you've made me see what "could be" like the "Ghost of climbing Future" who would visit me, in my own Scroogest dreams.
Bob (bshaftoe), thanks, your efforts to put together the great cut and paste artwork has really made it easy to see the concepts which will make my climbing experience better today.
And Munchie, Thank you most of all!!! As you are what the future of climbing will actually be! Your deep love of the sport/way of life is obvious, and I've found new inspiration from it. and the amount of brainwork you devote to it is incredible!!!

There are more of you, and I hope you know who you are, but these are my "real standouts" and I really admire them!

Who else?

Jeff


blacksamba


Apr 16, 2002, 9:15 PM
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ah Krusty you're pretty great yourself

but your all time hit list is on the mark

Thanks Pete

Thanks Ammon (BTW were you born in Utah?)

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Bob (bshaftoe), thanks, your efforts to put together the great cut and paste artwork has really made it easy to see the concepts which will make my climbing experience better today.

Wow! Thanks for the compliment, although "artwork" may be a bit of a stretch.


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Thanks goes out to you as well, Krustyklimber!!

Uh.... yeah blacksamba, I was born in Utah.

I'll keep the ball rolling.

MUCHO THANKS TO: Rrradam, Fiend and Trevor

Cheers, Ammon


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Quote:And Munchie, Thank you most of all!!! As you are what the future of climbing will actually be! Your deep love of the sport/way of life is obvious, and I've found new inspiration from it. and the amount of brainwork you devote to it is incredible!!!

Thanks a lot man!

I too would like to thank those who have made a big difference in the Aid climbing forum. I remember back in the day (before any of you had ever seen this site, let alone join into it) that the aid climbing forum was a joke! It wasn't enjoyable to read, and it didn't even possess the great climbing qualities that it does now.

I would like to thank in no particular order Pete, Ammon, Bob, and Jeff. There efforts have indeed been without recognition, and I would just like to let them know, that they are in fact greatly appreciated by myself, and many others.


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