Dix Slides
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Looking down, 300 yards above the trail. The Grasshopper prepares to spring up to that mossy rock. Yeah, right.
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Looking up the Ring. Apologies to Wagner. Slide climbs are great for butt shots. Lower Ring with Noonmark in the distance.
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Glen studies the enemy. Dial and Noonie. More really nice open, slabby slide.
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Easy does it. Keep off the slime!
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A broad, upward sweep of poetic slide. Take 5 by Brubeck.
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Such a big world! Jack making a move.
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Of biblical proportions. Man and rock meet up in the Dix Range.
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it was tougher than it looks.
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Index slide heading towards Dix summit. The forecast called for sun. I thought I told you guys to get approach shoes.
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Comin' through the rye. Thi s was quite steep. Jack on the phone to his insurance agent.
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Humans are allowed to come visit any time. But do not remain. Gentler pitch.
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Glen, the living hyerogliphic. Good times for sure. Dial Mountain.
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Going up the Pinky. Rain just started. Within 2 minutes the slide was a cascade. Neil, I feel funny.