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Oliver Wheeldon on the FA of Blood Sweat and Tears
© John Henry Wynn, Apr 2010
Problem: Blood, Sweat and Tears (f7C )
Camera used: Panasonic DMC-FT1
Date taken: 3rd April 2010
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Looks fantastic, the sitter looks a prime line!
Richard Hession - 05/Apr/10
Yeah went exploring and couldn't believe what I'd found, sit start is also superb however a lot harder
John Henry Wynn - 05/Apr/10
Looks like a good find. Out of interest, do you know much about any of Simon Young's problems in the area? I live up north but head back to the south west every once in a while and would be keen to check this out (and see what other stuff's around there).
jakes - 19/Apr/10
Yeah, Simon had done some stuff further west on the coast at a place called Daymer bay. Apparently a gd traverse. That part of the coast around Polzeath has tonnes of potential I beleive and stuff still to be discovered and gd chance to leave ure mark. Howevr a freind of mine called Tom Newberry has developed and area north of polzeath at Titagel which has some ofteh best bouldering on the coast and is definatly worth a look at.
John Henry Wynn - 19/Apr/10
achemmmm... gay...
Robbie_Phillips - 21/Dec/10
Ure gunna get it so bad Phillips (pun intended)
John Henry Wynn - 22/Dec/10
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