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  Topic: Loking for indoor climbing partners
fritzski

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PostForum: Other Outdoors Activities   Posted: 10/29/2010, 7:07 pm   Subject: Loking for indoor climbing partners
Irregular schedule, but would like to go twice a week, and maybe outdoors when able. Checked out "lead" and willing to climb at PRG, AZR, and Climbmax. Shoot me an email at fritzski@aol.co ...
  Topic: Building my Rack ....
fritzski

Replies: 31
Views: 7527

PostForum: Other Outdoors Activities   Posted: 11/18/2008, 10:31 pm   Subject: Building my Rack ....
Tri Cams are awesome, but are considered by most to be specialty pieces, mostly suited to horizontal placements where they excel. I have them in the small sizes and definitely appreciate their useful ...
  Topic: Building my Rack ....
fritzski

Replies: 31
Views: 7527

PostForum: Other Outdoors Activities   Posted: 11/18/2008, 10:14 pm   Subject: Building my Rack ....
Ambika,

I would agree with Suz, no hurry on building a complete trad rack. Probably your first step as a lead climber would be to get a good set of quick draws and then get comfortable leading bol ...
  Topic: Climbing at The Overlook in Flagstaff
fritzski

Replies: 13
Views: 4062

PostForum: Other Outdoors Activities   Posted: 11/9/2008, 7:51 pm   Subject: Climbing at The Overlook in Flagstaff
I did sneak out yesterday to play in the Magma Mine/Garden area! Laughing Multi Hiking Spinning Bouncing yoyo and had a REALLY awesome day(pictures after lunch with Gma) Climbed better, getting ...
  Topic: Climbing at The Overlook in Flagstaff
fritzski

Replies: 13
Views: 4062

PostForum: Other Outdoors Activities   Posted: 11/7/2008, 6:18 pm   Subject: Climbing at The Overlook in Flagstaff
Your outing leader Chris is one of my best friends/climbing partner/work mates. How'd he do?

He was so bummed about the weather. He's a fairly new outing leader and is really excited to do more ...
  Topic: Six Shooter Trail (Mt Pinal)
fritzski

Replies: 7
Views: 2273

PostForum: Trip Logs & Trail Descriptions   Posted: 4/1/2008, 9:03 pm   Subject: Six Shooter Trail (Mt Pinal)
You could ride right across the snow, but you better take a good size chain saw or you'll be stopping and carrying your bike over many obstacles. Many have already been cut fairly recently.
  Topic: Six Shooter Trail (Mt Pinal)
fritzski

Replies: 7
Views: 2273

PostForum: Trip Logs & Trail Descriptions   Posted: 4/1/2008, 7:05 pm   Subject: Six Shooter Trail (Mt Pinal)
Actually had to hike over some snow near the top! I wonder how deep the snow must have been to still be up there on Apr 1st. Needless to say, the creek was still flowing vigorously.

Many downed t ...
  Topic: Check-ride!
fritzski

Replies: 40
Views: 8774

PostForum: Other Outdoors Activities   Posted: 11/19/2007, 5:30 pm   Subject: Check-ride!
Actually John (on the left) is at the anchors on KGB (5.10b), on toprope, and I (on the right) was at the no-hands rest just below the chute on Giggling Marlin(5.9), also on toprope.

Right on. I h ...
  Topic: Check-ride!
fritzski

Replies: 40
Views: 8774

PostForum: Other Outdoors Activities   Posted: 11/19/2007, 9:32 am   Subject: Check-ride!
Suz,

I now boast two hip replacements and half a shoulder! But thanks to the miracles of modern technology I'm hardly even aware of it (until I go thru security at the airport Wink )

Regardin ...
  Topic: Check-ride!
fritzski

Replies: 40
Views: 8774

PostForum: Other Outdoors Activities   Posted: 11/18/2007, 9:50 pm   Subject: Check-ride!
Suz,

That's actually a really nice photo - with the two walls shown opposing. It's so hard to get quality photos from the bottom looking up (usually butt shots) Confused Nice job!

It's great to s ...
  Topic: I may never fly again
fritzski

Replies: 14
Views: 2420

PostForum: Off-Trail Area   Posted: 9/6/2007, 9:54 am   Subject: I may never fly again
I've flown for America West/USirways for 18 years and I can tell you on any given flight there are numerous pasengers who forget to turn off their phones, although I could never imagine one of the pil ...
  Topic: Request for Rock Climbing suggestions, Safford area.
fritzski

Replies: 1
Views: 988

PostForum: Other Outdoors Activities   Posted: 4/8/2007, 9:32 pm   Subject: Request for Rock Climbing suggestions, Safford area.
Have flown over the area untold times and am constantly impressed with the obvious great rock on the mountain. Unfortunately, I think the area is so infrequently used that there are few if any establ ...
  Topic: Great new AZ Highways issue.
fritzski

Replies: 2
Views: 1166

PostForum: Photos, Literature, Art, Websites   Posted: 4/2/2007, 6:08 pm   Subject: Great new AZ Highways issue.
The April '07 issue has some really neat articles.

Starts with a beautiful photo article on Paria Cyn, then a really cool history article on Adolph Ruth's fateful trip into the Supes complete wit ...
  Topic: Rock Climbing in the McDowell's
fritzski

Replies: 19
Views: 4437

PostForum: Other Outdoors Activities   Posted: 3/20/2007, 10:41 pm   Subject: Rock Climbing in the McDowell's
Suz,

The best beginner area in Queen Creek Cyn is Upper Devils Canyon. This has been the case only recently since Marty Karabin, the area's main developer, has just put up a bunch of beginner clim ...
  Topic: Frequency of seeing Gila Monsters
fritzski

Replies: 26
Views: 3176

PostForum: Hiking, Backpacking & Camping   Posted: 3/8/2007, 9:04 am   Subject: Frequency of seeing Gila Monsters
GTG,

Those are some awesome pics. How did you get them to pose for you like that?
 
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