Post 2/3: The things you do to clip! The day @ladylockoff, @cypressthetank and I went out to get photos on The Greatest and Best Pitch in The World, it happened to be 40-50mph winds. Being out on the super exposed arete only compounded the problem. With the wind gusting so hard, and needing to use long slings on every bolt, clipping became quite a challenge. Here @ladylockoff captured me using my teeth, thumb, and hand to make the clip. The wind certainly made leading quite a bit more exciting!

Post 2/3: The things you do to clip! 
The day @ladylockoff, @cypressthetank and I went out to get photos on The Greatest and Best Pitch in The World, it happened to be 40-50mph winds. Being out on the super exposed arete only compounded the problem. With the wind gusting so hard, and needing to use long slings on every bolt, clipping became quite a challenge.

Here @ladylockoff captured me using my teeth, thumb, and hand to make the clip. The wind certainly made leading quite a bit more exciting!

Post 2/3: The things you do to clip! 
The day @ladylockoff, @cypressthetank and I went out to get photos on The Greatest and Best Pitch in The World, it happened to be 40-50mph winds. Being out on the super exposed arete only compounded the problem. With the wind gusting so hard, and needing to use long slings on every bolt, clipping became quite a challenge.

Here @ladylockoff captured me using my teeth, thumb, and hand to make the clip. The wind certainly made leading quite a bit more exciting!

Post 2/3: The things you do to clip!
The day @ladylockoff, @cypressthetank and I went out to get photos on The Greatest and Best Pitch in The World, it happened to be 40-50mph winds. Being out on the super exposed arete only compounded the problem. With the wind gusting so hard, and needing to use long slings on every bolt, clipping became quite a challenge.

Here @ladylockoff captured me using my teeth, thumb, and hand to make the clip. The wind certainly made leading quite a bit more exciting!

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