From : Gregory Henson <email@example.com>
Sent : October 1, 2004 12:35:34 PM
To : firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject : more buildering
I noticed your difficulty of finding buildering content for you website so I thought I’d send you some more pictures. The end of the sequence is close up of the last move as it is a dyno to the top (quite scary but really fun). All Pictures are taken in Kansas City, MO.: G. Henson is the climber: M. Hilton is the photographer.
Hey, I made my own sequence in your honor.
Pro Tip: If you are going to fake a sequence because you don’t have the balls to do the last move, at least go up the building some other way and hang down from the top.
Sorry dude. It was kind of a joke. The last picture is not same grate, but…but really is the same move as the end of the route. I just wanted you to see what the end looked like. We tried to get a good picture at the other grate, but did not have a good enough camera. The move is only dyno to the extent that you have to stand all the way up. Your feet leave the grate, but only about 2 inches. I have done the route about 4 times, and the first time was with a rope. It’s only scary because the second time my foot slipped and I had to catch myself. I am sorry if you think I really was trying to fake something. I don’t care enough to fake anything. I’m a licensed Pastor for a church so I also try very hard not to lie.
It’s nice to know you automatically think the worst. After being a climbing instructor, high ropes instructor, and climbing a 60 foot climbing tower (with no ropes due to the fact they were all being used) to rescue a little kid (the route was only a 5.10 though so I guess that lessens the gesture), it’s nice to know you seriously think I would be scared to do that move.
God, just when I thought you couldn’t be any worse. Of course you didn’t have a good enough camera, because you dynoed so hard at the top that you shot right up into heaven to bro down with Jesus and talk about how you saved that little kid’s life that one time. Keep being a hero.