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Cliff break
Cliff break on the southwest side of the summit block of 12338.
September-7-2010

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lcarreauHow to make a rock pile:

lcarreau

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1. Don’t think about rock piles for at least a week.

2. Approach the rocks in a way that makes them want to participate in your pile.

3. Start from the top down. Talk to the biggest rock first.

4. Think of elephants balancing on circus stools. But don’t tell the rocks. Just visualize.

5. Lead by example. Do a headstand to show the rocks what you mean.

6. Put the least cooperative rocks on the bottom, that way the weight of the others will hold them down.

7. Imagine that your head is a hot air balloon, and your body is suspended from it.

8. Then suspend the rocks from the topmost one in a similar fashion.

9. Mold the air into a supportive cushion around the pile.

10. When you bow, bow to the rocks, not the people watching. ROCK ON!
Posted Sep 26, 2010 8:22 pm

ZeeJayRe: How to make a rock pile:

ZeeJay

Hasn't voted

All I need to read is the title to know who it's from.
Posted Sep 26, 2010 9:42 pm

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ZeeJaySubmitted by ZeeJay
on Sep 25, 2010 3:07 pm

Image ID: 664918
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Lat/Lon: 40.80062°N / 110.46175°W
Object Title: Cliff break

Image Type(s): Hiking