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Sunset slab sport
© Ollie B, Jun 2009
Route: Sunset Slab (HVS 4b)
Camera used: Kodak EASYSHARE M893 IS
Date taken: 9th June 2009
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Good on you STICK at it.....
mike71 - 09/Jun/09
It doesn't get much more unfunny, predictable, and boring than this, but good effort giving it a go anyway. If only there was a "0" option on the votes.
Fiend - 09/Jun/09
The voting says it all.
Keith Jones - 10/Jun/09
Bolt is a bit low for the crux to be safe
Misha - 10/Jun/09
Finally, the first sport route on grit. Hurrah!
Skinny Kin - 10/Jun/09
Fiend you miserable fuc@er!
Phil Sneyd - 10/Jun/09
"It doesn't get much more unfunny, predictable, and boring than this" Hmm, funny you should say that, as that's exactly what I think about the banter you and the pylonking engage in when commenting on (mostly your) photos.
duncan b - 10/Jun/09
lol owned
David Bulley - 10/Jun/09
Certainly not unfunny, predictable or boring. (I personally find 'good effort' cliche'd, over used and annoying). Have a 5!
Dave Foster - 11/Jun/09
This made me smile this morning.
Dunno why Fiend wrote that snirpy comment - says more about him , than about your photography.
Have another 5*
David Hooper - 11/Jun/09
thanks for the positives should have waited until april really but you live and learn, was more something to do at the end of the day after exams than any thing else. fiend... get out more so you feel less need to put others down.
Ollie B - 11/Jun/09
Yay! Now there's a bolt on it I might give it a go! :p
JohnFJP - 11/Jun/09
what a fiend... have a 5
munro - 11/Jun/09
what kind of unethical nutter bolted this route???? shame on you!
fluffpig2 - 14/Jun/09
oops sorry fell for that. i did wonder why it looked like it was glued on.
fluffpig2 - 14/Jun/09
Great protection, you can move the bolt up with you, always within reach :-D
robdan - 14/Jun/09
it seemed pretty good pro when i put it on, almost as gd as a 00 brass rp.
Ollie B - 14/Jun/09
Haha love it Ollie nice one! Might be down wales this summer sometime I'll give you a bell!
Reaver2k - 15/Jun/09
yer definately Alan, when ever your in the area give me a shout. im in chamonix june16-july16 if any one fancies doing some routes?
Ollie B - 15/Jun/09
I think bolting up the grit is great, I mean what's up with all this natural protection rubbish? True grit is bolted grit.
goli - 15/Jun/09
How strong is that Blue Tack?
wadey1973 - 17/Jun/09
Shame on you, dogging on a classic route. Why did you have to hang on the bolt when you could have got a clean lead?
Now all the denier's will want to know how many KNs the bluetack will hold.;-)
sutty - 21/Jun/09
first bolt looks quite high....respect for not resorting to the the clipstick.
Morgan Woods - 29/Oct/09
Voted this a 5 for the same reason as many others. Lots of people talk about pretending to bolt this route but so few are willing to actually do it. Well done!
Mutl3y - 29/Oct/09
has this been removed yet? if not i might go out on the weekend and HACK it off
Big Sender - 15/Apr/10
you douche
Matt Maynard - 17/Apr/10
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