12 May 2011
Then half an hour trying an overhanging prow, leap for a sloper kind of problem that would probably have been a goer before the crimpy wall but made my forearms burn as I misssed the sloper by 2 inches again.
Meanwhile Flea and Stu continued their soloing careers as everyone else looked on. Everyone else that is except me, who looked away. Still don't like watching people solo. I can't justify the risk myself anymore, at least not very often. Easy to say that when you have done your share I guess.
Posted by Dave Prince
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Dave has been climbing rocks for as long as he can remember, odd then that he isn't better at it. He lives in Harrogate as he can't afford to live any closer to Almscliff. He is hoping to get up Pebble Wall before his middle aged knees give out.
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