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The Advocate

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The Advocate, 110 ft, grade 5, Black Chasm.
Submitted by: gunkiemike on 2011-01-23
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DIY Quark mods

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epoxy putty modifications, and a trigger for the index finger.
Submitted by: gunkiemike on 2009-09-21
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fake boulder?

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This 20 ft, freestanding structure is a very good replica of a sea stack. What an amazing backyard boulder it would be to play on. The reality is, however, that it is a sculpture in a local art exhibit, and no, you can't get on it. The cool thing? It's made entirely out of stacked 4x4's, all chiseled up and then darkened with graphite. Amazingly cool to look at though. And being artwork, that's the point.
Submitted by: gunkiemike on 2009-05-27
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insulated pants

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Homemade pants
Submitted by: gunkiemike on 2008-12-22
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Average Rating = 0.00/5 Quark "fang"

DIY bump for upper grip on Quark
Submitted by: gunkiemike on 2008-09-23
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tension traverse

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Ian stretches over to the corner. We opted not to climb directly up to that point because the lower corner was wet and extremely slick - notice the green lichen. Location = Cedar River slab.
Submitted by: gunkiemike on 2007-09-30
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Average Rating = 0.00/5 Frankentool

"What I did on my summer vacation". That's a BD X-15 tool there , with the ergo handle. Apologies to Charlet Moser... These were designed to be a dedicated drytooling weapon, and I'm still getting used to them. See the Alpine & Ice forum for construction details.
Submitted by: gunkiemike on 2005-01-16
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