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Mark Lanett
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This editing was pretty nice. Great to see each problem attempted by each climber in a row. It made it really easy to see what was hard about each problem and how the climbers differed in their approaches.
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Very nice. Captures WALL-E's personality.
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This looks good. The title had me expecting slapstick.
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Such fun! We'll have to look for suitable playgrounds nearby. It even makes longboarding look fun.
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We made this and it was terrific. We wound up with a lot of oil so shared it around with neighbors. It has a lot of steps but is fairly easy.
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Very large gym. Mostly has top rope and lead routes, but there is also bouldering and a traditional gym with weights, yoga and spinning. Terrific vertical space, with some routes going to the top at 50'. On the down side, the climbing classes are sparser and not as frequent or well organized as at Planet Granite. For instance my wife wanted to do a technique class which was held once per month near the beginning of each month, but the staff couldn't say what the exact date would be until it was actually posted at the start of the month, which makes planning kind of difficult. Some recent improvements are apparent (in addition to the expansion and related renovation). They finally started using a single color for handholds on each route, eliminating the "what color tape is this hold" guessing game.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
I've eaten here twice. Really good. One time the wasabi was incredibly smooth and I'm searching for that experience again.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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