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Unread 08-26-2010, 11:29 PM
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never too many reminders to climb smart

my friend Malcolm shared this on FB.
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too many reminders there to wear a helmet!
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I love that vid, thanks Sonia! BTW there is a new (Petzl???) helmet out especially for the Ladies that accommodates a pony-tail/ long-hair. If like KA you find wearing a helmet a hass becoz of your luxuriant locks, this could be teh answer for climbing smart.
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I saw that. . . and with my hair, I may consider getting one. . . some of the guys around here might could use it too!
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Never good vid.
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My post was meant to read, "very good vid"
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Thanks Sonia, that made my day. I made the mistake last week of pointing out a fatality marker at Pukhansan to my climbing students when we arrived at the base of the climb. I kinda deserved the ensuing revolt. I'm glad I just recieved this.
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The second fall on that clip worked in Korea last year. His belayer wasn't paying attention and ended up with string cheese palms when he finally got hold of the rope. It happened in some state park in Indiana. If you met the guy who fell you wouldn't be surprised.
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