/ NEWS: Wideboys USA: Whittaker and Randall in Vedauwoo
America is a big place, but is it big enough for Pete Whittaker and Tom Randall?
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/news/item.php?id=64314
We all want and expect an onsight and a flash of Bellyful... now! ;-)
Top news. Anyone know what the yank forums are? is anyone over there talking about it?
Started off with this:
Now they're a bit more impressed...
Awesome effort, and as said before a brilliant antidote to Team America's Grit Trip...
Good luck in the rest of your trip guys.
I hope a great video is going to come from this trip!
Anyway, it's great reading about the lads smashing the states and enjoying themselves whilst they do it.
Keep up the good work fellas.
I dabbled in offwidths at the start of the year and failed tres badly - is there a knack or is it just persistance and stubbornness?!!
Respect to these guys.
A little from column A, a little from column B I suspect
Awesome effort Tom & Pete, can't wait to see how you get on on Belly Full of Bad Berries. Hope it's going to be possible to watch on video.
> Awesome effort, and as said before a brilliant antidote to Team America's Grit Trip...
> Good luck in the rest of your trip guys.
You're not wrong, I tend to avoid holidays that result in the loss of most of my skin! It takes all sorts I guess. Good effort on their behalf, all those routes look hideous!
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