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Darrin Turnbull

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About Darrin Turnbull

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  • Location:
    Berlin
  • Occupation
    Climber

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  2. Never timed it. Maybe two to three hours. Honestly can’t say. but because there’s two of them , no problem
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  4. I‘ll use the worst case scenario from 3 or 4 apps.
  5. No ivy. I finished the tree , lots of small twigs on the stem and limbs. nothing unusual
  6. Good post , Paddy Like you said that extra 2-3 minutes work invested is usually all that’s needed to be safe.
  7. I know the climber personally and he’s competent, and always a pleasure to work with. This wouldn’t have been intentionally of course He was probably distracted for some reason. Even the best of us can be idiots.
  8. The rope is probably thicker then the twig. funny thing is he ascended to 8 metres before it broke
  9. Are you coming over to Germany again this season
  10. Here’s a picture of the branch/twig he was tied into. I was speaking to his boss today and his Wife doesn’t want him to climb anymore. Like i said before there shouldn’t be any physical permanent damage. I only hope that something good happens for him.

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