FROM READERS: Photos from a Columbia rock climber
Wednesday, March 28, 2012 | 12:00 p.m. CDT;
updated 3:35 p.m. CDT, Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Taken at Rock Bridge State Park climbing out of a cave, Spring 2011.
James Dolph is a former Army combat medic and current traveler, cave explorer and adventuring adrenaline junkie. He's pretty active in the local rock climbing and caving community.
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Bouldering near the base of Devil's Tower, South Dakota, October 2011.
At the indoor climbing/bouldering at a gym in Columbia, Missouri, called "Bouldering Garden."
Rappel Safety atop the Truman Building in Jefferson City, Missouri, during the "Over the Edge" event for the Missouri Special Olympics, Fall 2011. I set up the rigging for about 40 people before they rappelled down a 13-story building.
Rock climbing near Columbia in January 2012.
Hiking toward the sunset in Zion National Park, Utah, October 2011.
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