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by kiwiw » Sat Dec 26, 2009 6:38 pm

FF swallow.
and yes, it is very comfy.

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by BrunoM » Sat Dec 26, 2009 7:44 pm

A Calvin & Hobbes book
An alarmclock
50 euros
A little expresso cooker & coffee
A massage roller

And with those 50 euro I'm buying a copy of Freedom of the Hills (20 euro delivered at my door, I love your Amazon!)

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by MarthaP » Sat Dec 26, 2009 8:05 pm

peladoboton wrote:i got a stack of clikmbing books from the wife....she's friggin' awesome

PDBT you have the BEST "oh frig!" looks on some of your profile shots! :lol:

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by RayMondo » Thu Jan 07, 2010 12:13 am

I got cold feet until the Blue Moon on 31/Dec. So I went out in the snow and trekked 7 miles on the desolate, snowbound moorland in search of love. Then I heard this hot breath behind me.... Lady Bigfoot's real cuddly :roll:


Thanks MarthaP for letting us know it was a Blue Moon.

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by Mark Straub » Thu Jan 07, 2010 3:56 am

I got a lab glassware set (I like chemistry), some really light locking carabiners, a lot of food and candy (I ate most of it by now), and a bunch of money from relatives that didn't know what to get me. Which is great, by the way! I used the money to buy myself a Christmas present...

A pair of Petzl Aztars for $100! I met someone in Leavenworth for my first time ice climbing, and he gave me a wonderful deal. I can't wait to use them a second time.



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