I know you’re all probably sick of reading about my climbing adventures, but, well, tough.
This weekend Colleen and I were going to head down South to Jackson Falls to go climbing with our friend James. However, for all of you that live around here, you know that our spring monsoon started this week. Needless to say, it was supposed to rain all weekend, so we decided to cancel it. I can only imagine how wet the rock would’ve been. And the campsites were probably flooded by the creek that runs through everything.
Instead we headed over to Upper Limits. It was quite a productive day while we were there too. We left here around 10:30, and didn’t get back till 5:30ish. Granted it takes 45 mins to get there. As soon as we were finished warming up, Colleen and I became lead certified. That took no time at all, since all that’s required is running up a 5.7, and then lead belaying the other person. After that we moved into the silo’s. After a quick warmup we started leading. James and I got in 4 or 5 lead routers, while Colleen got in an additional one on us (so 5 or 6). Then it was on to a few top rope routes, just because.
We took a snack break and then headed to the cave. James decided to try and kill us by getting us to climb on the ceiling the whole way. Now, I was already tired from everything else that I had done, and this was just icing on the cake. So, we’re trying all these (impossible) problems while hanging upside down. Talk about difficult. Keeping my ass from falling all over is a pain. I’m really surprised my abs aren’t complaining more today. It is early though.