Monday, July 09, 2007

photos of mind-blowing boulders

They keep us psyched on our days away from the rocks.

June 19, 2005: Bennett Scott and Jason Tarry on a project, Mount Evans Wilderness Area, CO. Just left of one of the most ridiculous-looking moderates in the world, the arete problem Angular Momentum, is this line ... which makes my palms sweat and want to go climbing somewhere good ... like ... right now!!!11!! In the end, it just seemed that Ben and Jason weren't all that psyched on topping the project out, as they were avoiding the obvious, but difficult, starting sequence with the use of a cheaterstone. Anyway, sometimes the weekends won't get here soon enough, so we post photos that we know will inspire and keep the juices flowing. These are hopefully some of those photos. Enjoy and everybody stay psyched!!!

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