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Thread: Water Tower (Abseil) - July 2016

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    Nice one!!!


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    Wow, that was nearly 5 months ago now! How life puts a halt on things :( Remindeds me it's been wayyy too long since we've done any rope stuff. I suppose I'm rather rusty with it all. Will hopefully be getting more done over the Christmas period, we have plans...:p
    Guntish Gent

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    Wow! I see you enjoy your climing! Nice
    Enjoyed the pucs and vid slim keep it up 😁

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