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  • After exhaustively training the 1,260 for a solid week, we decided we needed a break from monster lines. It was time for a regular longline session in the park. We setup a 620 ft. (189m) with Spider Silk and a 198 ft. (60m) line with Type-18. Chris and I both sessioned the crap out of these lines. We put the anchors too low on one side of the 620 footer, so we were on the grass in the middle, but we were both pushing our bounces to the limit. Walking the 1,260 for a week straight had made us both better slackers.




  • While I was taking care of some business at the office I get a text message from Chris saying he found a park where we could rig lines easily over 2,000 feet long. After reading his text, I started to get extremely ancy and anxious to get out and setup such a longline. So, I started measuring gaps on Google Earth to see what kind of lines we would be dealing with. It turns out that this park can accomodate lines up to 1,450 ft. long! I was so stoked...




  • After nearly no planning, a group of friends from the Bay Area came into Sacramento this past weekend and we all setup 5 longlines. It was a great session that lasted most of the day. The park that we went to was completely covered in mud, which made it so no one else wanted to be there. We got the whole field to our selves, which worked out perfectly! The length and type of lines we had rigged are as follows:




  • It finally happened! The 1,000 ft. slackline... After several months of preparation and many successive length lines leading up to 1,000 feet, I finally have rigged and walked a 1,000 ft. slackline.




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