Tenacious Calculus

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We keep coming back to it.
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Because, it is one of the best climbs in Sedona.
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It has four distinct cruxes.
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Starting right off the deck.
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My son demonstrates the most photogenic method of ascent. He still has a way to go; good technique is boring.
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3 thoughts on “Tenacious Calculus

  1. Chad Anderson says:

    Well, at least he manages to be photogenic about it. I had poor technique and looked bad at the same time.

    Besides, how’s he gonna get that Alpinist cover shot some day?

    • keithnoback says:

      Not climbing ice. He’s 14 and the tools still outweigh him.
      He’s a desert rat all the way.
      Very fond of tarantulas.

      • Chad Anderson says:

        Ice or not, I’m sure he’s more graceful than I’ve ever been.

        Bonus points for being fond of tarantulas. Behind glass panels, they’re tolerable enough.

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