Thursday, January 10, 2008

Ol' Man River


Sorry for the quick bump Eric, but Blogmania must go on. And you live in LA and I shoveled an LA touron out so Ipso facto, I'm your boss.

Some clowns from LA trying to drive their two wheel drive SUV through a foot of snow...

photo - Jim Sillcox

Since the big storm, this has been the only climbable piece of rock above 6000 feet.

photo - Jeff Sillcox

Hey Andy, want to pad-sled the Grandpa Peabody?

photo - Jeff Sillcox

Jim trying to find some sun on Not the Clapper (V1), Happies (yes, he's wearing a wetsuit)

photo - Jeff Sillcox

Ol' Man River downclimbing Old Ass Truck (V96) (also his age). We've spent more time digging people out (of our way) than climbing.

photo - Jeff Sillcox

Jim recovering from a football in the groin...

photo - Jeff Sillcox

Me working Direction (V13), (yes, I would try to top it out if I got up there)

photo - Jim Sillcox

So, for anyone planning on going to the Buttermilks this weekend, bring your own shovel because I'm leaving mine at home this time.

1 comment:

andrew said...

Dear SoCal readers,

I would like to apologize for the extraneous use of big and/or strange sounding words in Jeff's last post.

So to be fair to all readers, I have transcribed it's most difficult parts into vernacular bellow:

Sorry bro, didn't mean to snake your wave, but you couldn't shred it anyways. Shred on. Me and a couple bro dogs Mitch Buchannoned a couple skeezers, so like totally, dude, you are my bitch...

My translation services are available for a nominal fee at the following locations:

www.shredknarlytoenglish.com

www.englishtoburnout.com

www.thesoundofonemanbeingbeatenoverthehead withhisownplasticbong.com

Al Salaam Allekum,

Cool Breeze