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cyclesba's determination to achieve

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First attempt at bouldering for real, outdoors. Cyclesba is moving up onto the first ledge of one of the formations. Photograph by myself (ryanwms).
Submitted by: ryanwms on 2006-01-29
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cyclesba making her way up

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Here she is continuing up the rock - almost to the top. Never lets herself be outdone and never quits, even on wet, slippery, mossy rocks. Photograph by myself (ryanwms).
Submitted by: ryanwms on 2006-01-29
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The victory at the top

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Cyclesba at the top of her first outdoor bouldering experience. She is both excited for the accomplishment and exhilirated by the view into the valley. Photograph by myself (ryanwms).
Submitted by: ryanwms on 2006-01-29
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The view from the top

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This is the view at the top of the rock formations at White Rock. Looks down into the valley around Boiling Springs/White Rock Acres, in the Cumberland Valley. Photograph by myself (ryanwms).
Submitted by: ryanwms on 2006-01-29
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Bald Guy's first attempt at bouldering

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This is myself trying my hand at outdoor bouldering. The trouble is navigating the rocks when there is no helpful, colorful tape to guide your way. Photograph by cyclesba (since its hard to take a picture of yourself in action!).
Submitted by: ryanwms on 2006-01-29
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Looking across the formations

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This picture is from what is loosely called "formation #4" across to formations #2 and #3. tons of great climbing potential on all these surfaces. Formation #5 (behind me) and possibly a #6 (too late to keep trekking out) are also incredible. Photograph by myself (ryanwms).
Submitted by: ryanwms on 2006-01-29
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