...the four letter word was needed. I guess I would have said something similar... Cheers Lukas
HAHAHAHAHAH, thanks for the laugh :-D
Oh, that is what my grandma taught me: kruzifix and himmel hergot.
Nice capture, Eric.
My grandparents spoke this mix of Czech and German. It was common in that time (born late 1890s), and they lived on the border with Austria.
Where exactly - which town?
every language has some special words for very special occasions... Polish one is very well known wherever I roam, you don't even have to start with it, local people noticing you're Polish will immediately surprise you with that:))) It's so fucking nice...hehe
Great climbing shot.
Thanks a lot Tomek!
...just out of interest, as I don't happen to be a climber myself: How would you rate this particular pitch, as to difficulty?
As far as I am concerned and as I am not a professional climber I would bet ...it seems to be rather vertical so fairly f....ing difficult!
Have a nice evening
What would be the grade of this? VI? VII? Higher than that? I'm using the UIAA standards here, but I don't mind American numbers, either...there is a comparison table on the Internet.
i wouldn't want to say what in italian would be called a "fesseria", but i would dare say it must be quite higher than a UIAA grade VI, but as i am not able to climb much higher than that i can't say more.
That's what i'm talking about baby!!!
"When life gets boring, risk it!" - haha!
Thanks for sharing like this very exciting shot!
Thanks Kenzo - I'm very happy to hear this from you!