Dave Graham back on fire!source Climbing magazine Sep/2006
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But it is his exploration in the Swiss boulder fields that is getting him psyched, including a possible Fr9b route. This from his blog at Climbing.com.
"I have already put 4 serious days of effort into it. It happens to be really long, 30 moves I think, which makes sense, as the boulder it's under happens to massive. Yes, it is the coolest single rock I have ever found, and YES, it has another project, which I am absolutely in love with. Yes it's the hardest line I have seen in my life, and YES its possible. YES since it the hardest thing I have ever seen, it's not going to be so easy. Years! It will take time..."
Catch up with the latest entry (September 11th) on his blog at Climbing.com
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