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Here's what Really Sux
« on: January 19, 2010, 05:39:55 am »
Hey, Ya'll......So, I've got tons of free time now.
But, since we might work 2 or 3 days a week lately, I'm STILL trapped, by poverty.
Arrrrgghh. Wish I was renting.....I'd be SO outa here.
Should've been born rich, instead of Good-lookin', huh?

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Re: Here's what Really Sux
« Reply #1 on: January 19, 2010, 08:39:02 am »
The quintessential rub, bro. When working yer ass off and flush, ya got no time for big stones.

I think of work as the approach. Eventually it ends and the climbing starts. Sometimes one loses the way, sometimes it feels like it's never gonna end. But it will, and that will be sweet.

Let a couple storms pass, anyway. We don't like skullsickles.

If it was easy anyone could do it. You're the man.
Say no to limbers, excavators and retro-bolters. No matter how much he smiles.

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Re: Here's what Really Sux
« Reply #2 on: January 19, 2010, 01:29:51 pm »
werd, gotta get out local like Skull.


I may be in that vicinity in July actually.  Tubbs Hill session at the worst?  City Rocks possible for me and the lady, but not sure yet.  (if I had my way I'd be veed bound, but not sure she would like it as much as City) 

I'll buy the beer and grub, you bring the stories.  How many Walls have you been on?

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Re: Here's what Really Sux
« Reply #3 on: January 19, 2010, 02:16:08 pm »
Munge, If you come up here in July, We'll climb The Perch!
Go big, or stay home, eh?
Actually, there is a very cool 5.9 route on it, too. 7 pitches.
Hike up with your Lady, she can chill at Saddlebag Lakes(so pretty it hurts your eyes), and
we'll go up & make utter fools of ourownselves. Just a thought.
Of course, I'm open to other suggestions, too.
   ;-)