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11-10-2009 05:38 AM
St Anna
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Originally Posted by lahso View Post
Smacky... I think I am taking the combined (101/103/Coastal Nav)?

I wish I could sail during the week so I could get through the classes more quickly, but I guess I need to take time to study.

I went back to the marina and shot some boat porn (thanks Sara) this afternoon at lunch. I know it's hard to get a concept of size, but check out the dude walking on the back mast (probably some term I don't know for the back mast yet). The Masts are visible form miles away. Probly not a daysailor...



Full size image here:

Big Boat Porn @ Marina Del Rey (amateur)

Wow,
I guess they need the sat communications station on the mizzen to communicate with the crew working the main!
11-10-2009 12:03 AM
Stillraining Im with ya Marty...I never got any good..I did beter at aid then free climbing.
5.9 was tops 6 was aid climbing.....

Kids...they just keep pushing the envalope I guess so had to add a few numbers....
11-09-2009 11:35 PM
blt2ski Not sure I understand the 12 or 13 rated climbs, IIRC it was a 5.something that was the tough ones?!?! or was it 6, 7 or 8? long ago. I was told as a teen to not climb, but I did anyway..............oh well, life goes on......come to think of it, I was told not to run in track and cross country either. did both........never was told not to sail, ski or otherwise..............

Prusik peak locally is a fun climb, fall one way, 2000' down, 3000' the other way to prusik lake in the Enchantment lake region. Great view at 7K maybe 8K or so......have to look that one up!

here you go prusik peak
11-09-2009 11:14 PM
smackdaddy Bluto - dude, we need to hang out.
11-09-2009 11:08 PM
blt2ski Smacky a climber?!?!?!?!?! hmmmmmmm

Have not done any climbing since the late 80's......some rock, a few glaciers, ie rainer, Adams, baker, olympus.........

Marty
11-09-2009 10:57 PM
dkspencer Try hot water over fresh ginger or ginger tea. The patch works well too.
11-09-2009 10:42 PM
smackdaddy Yeah. I used to be pretty hardcore (13a/b on limestone) - but have backed off due to elbows getting kind of whacked. My wife was also a cranker (12+). These days, we're doing 10/11 and just enjoying it.

Our 9 year old just sent his first 9 on top rope. Now THAT was cooler than just about anything!

I know there are a couple other climbers on SN. Look in OT - I'll start a BFS thread for climbers. What the hell?
11-09-2009 10:40 PM
sarafinadh
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Originally Posted by lahso View Post

I went back to the marina and shot some boat porn

Full size image here:

Big Boat Porn @ Marina Del Rey (amateur)
heh... who says size don't matter.

But I haveta say.. this shot is like looking at *insert your fav eyecandy here* filling up at the gas station, with a car in the way. at least ya coulda shot her with out all that modesty dock in the way!
11-09-2009 10:20 PM
lahso
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Originally Posted by smackdaddy View Post
Aaaa, it's alright. But it's no Catalina 27.

BTW - has Sharma pulled down a 15 yet?
I still have yet to see a Catalina 27 up close, so I can't make a judgment call yet.

Yea, he sent a 5.15d called Es Pontas in Spain... Sick climbs.

Es Pontas is an arch rock off the coast of Mallorca... He Deep Water Solos it (basically no rope over the water, you fall, you go in the drink... The trailer for it is awesome, I think anyone would appreciate it, but maybe more-so sailors and other water lovers King Lines Trailer (youtube)

Sorry to go off topic... rock-climbing is my current passion, sailing on its way up there. Smackdaddy, do you climb?

~mt
11-09-2009 10:09 PM
smackdaddy Aaaa, it's alright. But it's no Catalina 27.

BTW - has Sharma pulled down a 15 yet?
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