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    Eiffel Tower - Lynn Woods

    I was looking through all the great pics in the "Steeeeeeeep" thread in the passion forum and saw an old picture of Eiffel tower in Lynn with a nice transition ladder in place...and no rocks. When I was in there a few weeks ago there were some huge rocks in place at the bottom with a challenging transition.
    So, what happened to the ladder? Has anyone done it with the current rock pile at the bottom?

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    Ranger has requested and removed all man made obstacles. Been gone for quite a while.
    I haven't seen anyone do that roll, but it is ridden. It is quite the transition...
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    Thanks S&T.
    Someone put a lot of effort in getting those enormous rocks in place and one could argue it does little to make a better transition. If anything, more to get hurt on.
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    True, I Would like to see it ridden. I for one have no desire to roll it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scarsandtears View Post
    True, I Would like to see it ridden. I for one have no desire to roll it...
    We used to roll that with NO tranny (off to the right).......CF...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRAZY FRED View Post
    We used to roll that with NO tranny (off to the right).......CF...
    Thats old school right there
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    Freddy your nuts!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CRAZY FRED View Post
    We used to roll that with NO tranny (off to the right).......CF...
    Nice!
    So now do you roll it into the rock pile? Or is the line to the right still possible?
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