Hammer hangers are now revised to their best ever rolling towards the 1 year mark. I sat at the computer for a few days in August and figured out how to eliminate the shackle from rotating too far, while achieving the fully ramped bottom I wanted so badly, which also brings more strength! This is pulled back towards the shackle so spring leaves don't catch on the ramp. Add to that there is less lift which SOA guys will like, but can still fit a shackle 1.1" longer than stock. Plus they are now a bit lighter. Got all that? I'm very satisfied will the results and happy to get to this point in time for November. Never stop improving!
Sitting at the base of The Captain (El Capitan) watching a line of climbers light up the route known as “The Nose” like a vertical runway blasting off into space. This goliath of granite is one of the most iconic natural features on earth, currently playing center stage in the feature documentary @freesolofilm it’s hard to imagine how @alexhonnold was able to free solo The Freerider route on this!! Congrats to all the climbers who’ve sent this and the numerous other routes on El Cap, you continue to inspire me and push the boundary of what’s possible.
This is one of 4 kii statues in Poipu, located at Ke Kahua O Kaneiolouma, the site where the ancient Hawaiian village of Kaneiolouma was discovered. And at certain times of the year, the kii align with the stars. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ #kauai
3rd Avenue Complex ~
In Dawson City’s history, permafrost ranks second only to fire as the destroyer of buildings. These three date to 1901, once a hotel, photography studio and hardware store. This is what can happen when heated buildings are placed on frozen ground. Frost melts, mixing water with the soil to form a very fluid muck into which the different footings settle at various rates. 🏘#yukon