Robinson gets FDGTF leftby Björn Pohl - UKC Dec/2010
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Paul Robinson has either repeated Dave Graham's From dirt grows the flowers or From dirt grows the flowers left depending on which way you want to see it. Both variations climbs a first section of ~8B up to the lip. Here Dave's original problem goes straight up via a heinous ~8A+ mantle, while Paul, who got his beta from Micky Page who did it recently, continues left along the lip, adding 7 moves. This section is also ~8A+, making both variations equally difficult, 8C
Paul, who had a long list including virtually everything mega hard in Ticino, is now down to two problems left: Confessions should have gone down yesterday, but in his own words, Paul "was an idiot last night and fell off the easy end moves...".
Oh well, I'm sure it will go better today, and then there's only The story of 2 worlds, ~8C+ left.
Sources: Paul Robinson and 27 crags
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