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Thursday, March 10, 2005

Low Calorie Reduced Phat.....
   The chat room and forums are no more.   They were not getting much attention lately, so I allowed them to expire in their sleep.  The Comment Box still functions on the "Ask Me a Question" page.  Please let me know if you read this stuff!
  Iyam considering completely redoing this site, but that remains to be seen.    The prospect of changing everything is somewhat intimidating.  What I would like to have happen is to develope a multi-disciplinarian esoteric forum; what we had was really good, but it was buried back in the links page and folks had a hard time finding it.   I need an interactive weblog with an acompanying forum.  If it got busy, a chat is always fun.   The new version needs to have all the interactive content available on the opening page; I would still have "goodies" hidden inside [oh, you didn't know about th' goodies?].......
   Lars and I briefly visited the Tungsten Hills Circuit the other day at sunset and had a nice time.  Somewhat lacksidasically, iyam working on a description of the area for his new guide.  This pic is me on the imaculate "Aneurism" a V2 slab to a user friendly purple blister.  There is a fun easy problem up big flakes on the arete just right called "Cardiac Arete".
aneurism on the broken heart boulder
3:34 pm pst

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Disclaimer   The opinions offered here are mine.  I believe that sucsess on the peaks depends on trusting yourself.  If you do not have a trusting relationship with your body and mind, or if you are not sure, or if you are unwilling to provide the commitment, then you should probably stick with sport climbing and such.  To the mountain ecosystem, you are only a rich supply of nutrients, so step carefully!

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