Waterval-Boven

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Lakker Canuck
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Waterval-Boven

Postby Lakker Canuck » Tue Dec 26, 2006 11:57 am

Up at Rope n' Rock for a few weeks and looking to hook up to climb in the local area after Jan 2nd.

Cheers,
Chris

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Gustav
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Wonderland development

Postby Gustav » Tue Dec 26, 2006 1:06 pm

Check out http://climbsouthafrica.blogspot.com/ for latest trail and route developments at the Wonderland Area, routes are being opened on a daily basis.

Including the new rainy day crag between God No! Wall and Baboon Butress with routes that stay dry during the rain!

A topo will be available soon, otherwise mail me for updates...
Gustav
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Lakker Canuck
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Postby Lakker Canuck » Tue Dec 26, 2006 1:39 pm

Are those guys for real or just a couple of p__fters?

Any lekker babes out there to climb with? I need to learn a few new moves.

Thanks Gusty

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Lakker Canuck
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Postby Lakker Canuck » Fri Jan 05, 2007 10:11 am

Still open for partners up at Boven. Gustov can put you up or you can stay up at Tranquilitas chalets.

I opened a new project at Rainy Day crag and would like to bolt more lines if you are interested.

Ping my SMS if you want to schedule: 27829129

amyfountain
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feb 17 - 19

Postby amyfountain » Mon Jan 22, 2007 7:28 am

dont know if you'll still be in waterval boven then, or if you are interested in climbing with a beginner (can probably lead 17 maybe 18 at the most right now). but, if you are still looking for a partner and are around that weekend, let me know.

amy

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Postby guest » Mon Jan 22, 2007 1:54 pm

Lakker Canuck wrote:Are those guys for real or just a couple of poofters?

Any lekker babes out there to climb with? I need to learn a few new moves.

Thanks Gusty


I really don't see what using the word "poofter" has to do with climbing. ?

People have the right to be respected for their beliefs and choices in a public forum.
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Marshall
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Postby Marshall » Mon Jan 22, 2007 2:31 pm

Have to agree with Guest on this one. It's not aceptable.

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Postby Grigri » Mon Jan 22, 2007 3:04 pm

Canuck has been warned and the offending word censored. I must refer everyone back to the terms and conditions of use
http://www.climb.co.za/copyright.asp
for the forum.

Whilst moderators, in the interests of free speech, try their best to operate within a 'hands off' policy people seem to be crossing the line again. Two people have received warnings today, further transgressions from these individuals will be referred to the administrators and count against them. Remember three strikes and youre out!

Please try to keep the discussion to useful information about climbing. Most readers do not care how little you have been laid lately or what your sexual preferences are!!!

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Postby Bron » Mon Jan 22, 2007 5:19 pm

Agreed, the offending word is ... well - offensive. And yes, shouldn't have been used.
But I think we might all be getting a bit worked up a bit too quickly. If you actually bother to go to the quoted blog site you will see that chris writes the blog. He's joking. About himself and/or the people he is hanging out with.

Deep breaths, everybody....
All that is gold does not glitter; not all those that wander are lost.

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Postby guest » Mon Jan 22, 2007 9:41 pm

hahaha, classic! didn't realize it was the same guy. Ahhhh, now no harm in calling YOURSELF gay then, perhaps more than meets the eye is going on up in 'boven after all then?!

It's sort of like if you're black then you're allowed to say the 'N' word 8)

Now, if you are just pretending to be gay, so that girls will feel safe around you, then this tactic seldom works [for me in any case]


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