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Discussion in 'Backcountry' started by piolet, Jul 14, 2011.
Great to hear they're finally doing some thing positive about the problem.
Needs spell checking.
Are not Drop Bears a protected species?
Oh no not a drop bear problem....Team say they will stay in Lygon St till DSE consultants provide a Draft Management Plan to Control the situation.
Yep, that's me. Amazed you could find a photo so quickly...and of me.
I haven't changed much over 36/7 yrs...maybe less hair?
Me, Stewart Is 1979, modelling 1st gen goretex.
Now modelling gen x goretex.
Ah. I had a second gen goretex, as I worked at Mtn Designs, and had early access. I just don't have immediate access to photos.
And maybe piccies we just don't share with the community??!
For example, Boodwah was the anaesthetist for an operation on daughter #2...but best just not shared....
Mind you, my before and after photos offer a little more than yours!
Didn't want to arouse jealousy!
Ahh. You've changed more than I. Less hair for a start!...( which is amazing for me to be able to say!)
What a cool reunion.
It's actually rather scary.
@Spiersy still has all his hair. Must be an alien.
What a great link @tele-whippet and @AndrewA !!!
Pack of old farts! Is anyone in here under 40 - besides me?
I used to be under 40 year old, but she's gotten older too.
Maybe use your senior citizen cards to get into Kittens for free...but don't over do it if your getting on in years.
only just. Feeling alright
Hair and corduroy trousers at Bivouac Hut 1983 . Nasi Goreng for lunch and the arvo trying to patch up holes in Summit Hut. A yarn with Mick Hull and no one else in sight. Ah those were the days.
What month was that taken?
My first ascent was May 1983, Bivouac Hut had just been completed from memory.
Was late Oct. May had a good fall of snow. Got some old photos of it somewhere.
The road up the creek to Eskdale was pretty rough back then so it was always the Staircase.
And you reckon my ski pants are crap! Talk us through the thought process when buying those sunnies
Its tough on the frontline.
They'd go well with your dacks!
Do they come in other colours
He's a spring chicken
I'll have to ask my unfashionable work colleague who owns them.
They're a bit plain, beige and ordinary for me.
He missed out on the Lycra climbing tights hall of shame.
TW you bringing these out of retirement this season? They will work with my ski pants as well
My bondage bra!
Real men wear leather.
Look at pics of Bivouc Hut..the trees before the big fires...all lovely green canopy in that
@Kletterer Just when you thought you had the lightest binding in the BC...
Beautiful- I would have gone with ATK's but have ended up with a 2nd set of Dynafit TLTs as offspring 1 may go up a boot size & I need the capacity to adjust the binding minimally on the ski to accomodate this....when he's using the skis...
Yeah nice but no crampon attachment or heal release.
Heel ----- over rated!
. Who needs crampons or a heel release when you can just face plant on demand..... ( I'm a South African who was taught to ski in Japan by a local policeman who refused to teach me to snowplow, "If you want to stop just fall over" - he said - I should be a telemarker....
Elegance has never been my thing. 2 more seasons on AT before i am ready for purification.
So what happened to @JayWoo ?
Happy to live without the crampons. Will have to report back about the release side of the house...
DIL doing some trad climbing at Boars Head.
Locals in Mt Beauty are warning of lots of walleys in mountains over the coming weekend.
can some body update Team Bears as to what competitive events are happening So Bears can stay clear of runners and bicycles.Talk of road closures etc.
Team Bears may have to head into West Kiewa for some peace and quiet.
Does Team Bears need to mount water cannon for pesky bicycle riders they may encounter.
Bit of a paddle for work
Cape Raoul Tas. DIL went out to climb Pole Dancer a few months back.
Looks like this is on:
Thanks for the warning Steve...was heading up the Big Fella this weekend. Looks like we're heading to Feathertop instead.
Yep the solitude will be shattered....Bears secretly hoping a few big trees fall overnight to give them more of the endurance feeling.Just watch them road closures up there.Sitting on a log half way up some long climb is a really nice mental experience..... but with a whole lot of folk clambering over and around you it would be a shocker.
One for the kiters.
Speed 5 @Spiersy ?