Discussion in 'Search, Rescue and Technical Skills' started by Expat, Oct 4, 2017.
Via Ferrata routes are becoming more popular.
If climbing step ladders makes you nervous, you'll find this video terrifying.
I admire this man's skills and courage, but am honestly surprised he's lived so long.
Those little coffee packets Starbucks sells???
I've heard rumors that Starbucks is now claiming that coffee -- especially house coffee, latte, etc -- is old hat and stale, and that the next big thing -- especially on the left coast -- is Oolong tea steeped with rose petals and -- the key -- 2 oz of Bombay Sapphire, served with a side of haggis followed by marijuana brownies and espresso.
I assign no validity to the rumor. It's only the internet.
But it could explain the fascination with Via Ferrata routes.
<Reason for edit: I misspelled petals as pedals. My name is Stone, and I'm a bikeaholic.>
This is the guy that set the world record for free fall with a rope system. He went back about 3 weeks later to retrieve the gear that he left hanging on the mountain and decided to jump one more time. Fatal mistake.
Crazy slopers and big reaches.
Grip up high.
I think she's working her way toward the camera along that crack in the rocks. Hook both feet, inch her butt over, push her shoulders into the rock, move one foot, move the other foot, repeat.