Phoenix/Tempe

Re: Phoenix/Tempe

Postby Lox » Thu Jan 25, 2018 2:59 pm

I hear the Superstitions are the shit. Do you know JBone?

You should be settled enough for that late February/ early March trip to Hueco. And that early summer trip to Flag because you have had enough of the 100 degree days and it ain't even real summer yet.

You gotta start training!!1
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Re: Phoenix/Tempe

Postby Moz » Wed Jan 31, 2018 2:50 pm

Lox wrote:I hear the Superstitions are the shit. Do you know JBone?


Maaaaybe? IDK.

Lox wrote:You gotta start training!!1


Fuck that. Professional chuffer. DAB4LYFE!
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Re: Phoenix/Tempe

Postby Lox » Wed Jan 31, 2018 3:38 pm

HAH.

Well still. Hope you are at least a bit motivated to climb something. Brave the glass and graffiti out at Beardsley boulder pile...
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Re: Phoenix/Tempe

Postby Moz » Tue Feb 06, 2018 12:57 pm

Lox wrote:HAH.

Well still. Hope you are at least a bit motivated to climb something. Brave the glass and graffiti out at Beardsley boulder pile...


I am but things keep putting that at a lower priority. I felt like we had the house settled enough for us to start getting some outside time and then we scheduled out of town guests in a couple of weekends so we're trying to get more settled. Plus, home gym setup.

It'll happen, soon, hopefully sooner than heat.
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Re: Phoenix/Tempe

Postby Lox » Wed Feb 07, 2018 6:40 pm

The heat is oppressive.
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Re: Phoenix/Tempe

Postby Lox » Wed Mar 21, 2018 5:11 pm

Update please, Moz...

HAVE YOU BEEN CLIMBIN YET?!?!?!?!!!?!?
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Re: Phoenix/Tempe

Postby toivo » Wed Mar 21, 2018 11:43 pm

we're still deep into cross country ski season here. so much snow. we'll climb again when the snow falls down from the roofs.

patience. climbing off of the ice is coming up soon. first and only ascent is the aim.

until then and after skijoring/dogsledding, it is training in the dog house on the 45. #morestrength
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Re: Phoenix/Tempe

Postby FreeHueco » Thu Mar 22, 2018 12:21 am

toivo wrote:we're still deep into cross country ski season here. so much snow. we'll climb again when the snow falls down from the roofs.

patience. climbing off of the ice is coming up soon. first and only ascent is the aim.

until then and after skijoring/dogsledding, it is training in the dog house on the 45. #morestrength



WTF is ski season? Is that still a thing?

I was climbing in short sleeves on Saturday.
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Re: Phoenix/Tempe

Postby toivo » Thu Mar 22, 2018 8:05 pm

FreeHueco wrote:
toivo wrote:we're still deep into cross country ski season here. so much snow. we'll climb again when the snow falls down from the roofs.

patience. climbing off of the ice is coming up soon. first and only ascent is the aim.

until then and after skijoring/dogsledding, it is training in the dog house on the 45. #morestrength



WTF is ski season? Is that still a thing?

I was climbing in short sleeves on Saturday.


yeah, we're still knee deep in snow here off the snow pack. the season just keeps rolling on...

aiming to get in a ski in May here this year. #lifegoals

climbing is all artificial here still or off the ice; resigned to the dog house training laboratory.
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Re: Phoenix/Tempe

Postby RockPharmer » Tue Mar 27, 2018 9:24 pm

Oh, there’s no doubt we’ll still be skiing in May. May be corny manmade snow, but hell, spring skiing is still skiing.
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Re: Phoenix/Tempe

Postby Lox » Wed Mar 28, 2018 2:23 pm

pics of tha doghouse pls
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Re: Phoenix/Tempe

Postby zirc » Wed Apr 04, 2018 10:16 am

Lox wrote:I hear the Superstitions are the shit. Do you know JBone?

You should be settled enough for that late February/ early March trip to Hueco. And that early summer trip to Flag because you have had enough of the 100 degree days and it ain't even real summer yet.

You gotta start training!!1

we drove by them last week. supposedly its huecoesque ish, but with a burly hike that will make you puke. I saw the mountain, its steep and the hike looks heinous, but jeezer said its really good, and jbone developed it.

i would go east to the new mexico sandstone, secret for now, but soon it may be disclosed. Or go to Roy, where its everywhere, just more choss. The new mexico sandstone is the f'in shit tho man. So good. makes me jizz in my chalkbag.

Queen Creek is a total pile, but fun.

flag is full of poser dooshbags with lame vendettas and just shitty people in general, but the rock is good.
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Re: Phoenix/Tempe

Postby Lox » Thu Apr 05, 2018 3:33 pm

Lame Vendetta would be a rad bolder problem name if you can find one in flagtown that is unclimbed.
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Re: Phoenix/Tempe

Postby toivo » Sat Apr 28, 2018 5:31 pm

Lox wrote:pics of tha doghouse pls

i do have to take more pictures of the dogs. life goals.
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Re: Phoenix/Tempe

Postby Lox » Mon Jun 04, 2018 3:49 pm

Where deez pixxx at... and I think the Phoenix heat ate Moz.

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Re: Phoenix/Tempe

Postby toivo » Sun Aug 19, 2018 9:00 pm

Lox wrote:pics of tha doghouse pls


https://twitter.com/nipissingtrails/sta ... 94048?s=21

I would not recommend building a curved bouldering wall. 30 to 45.

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