Alex Greene should explain why he feels he needs to use a chisel and a hammer when he climbs in the Gunks and elsewhere, or else explain why he does not use a hammer and chisel?

How many of his bolder problems have been dressed with a chisel?

What about East Cost Thriller?

What about all his other bolder problems, does he or someone else use a chisel on all of them, or just some of them?

I think the answer to this is yes, some group of people feel it is productive to use a chisel the same way we use chalk, but I think if he or they want any kind of respect they needs to take responsibility and start explaining to us what they did, are now doing, and what they intends to do in the future.

What about it Alex, are you man enough to deal with this problem the same way you deal with your boulders?

Edited by donald perry (02/25/13 06:49 PM)
The Mohonk Mountain House and the Mohonk Preserve have done a great job protecting the environment thus far, but ... it's all down hill from here