Monday, September 21, 2009
Friday, July 31, 2009
Friday, July 17, 2009
After a little rain delay we have decided to take a break from the music video and get back to climbing. Lyn, Paul and Cam have arrived and brought fresh perspective to the domino games and cold evenings.
Monday, July 13, 2009
Thursday, July 9, 2009
Yesterday, Justin, Mike, Kevin, and myself made it to the Sassie Boulders. Although the day was a bit warm, climbs were sent and projects found.
Tuesday, July 7, 2009
So far this trip has been made up of fantastic Ups and one really horrible Down. Most of you already know that Becky has hurt her knee pretty badly. Thank goodness for her positive and "trooper" demeanor, for it has kept us all going.
Friday, July 3, 2009
Friday, April 10, 2009
In the mean time I have been hanging with my honey, spotting and pretending to be a photographer. Heather had some awesome goes on Iron (wo)Man and Bowling Pin. They both are sure to go next time!
On another note; to all climbers who take dumps with in the boulder fields of Bishop. Please dispose of your waste appropriately so that humans don't step in it, and dogs don't discover it as tasty morsels, hmmmm!
Thursday, April 9, 2009
About 24 hours ago I was psyched as all hell. I was feeling like training hard. Justin and I had fixed the woody. I had just gotten back from a day in Yosemite. I was heading down to Bishop with my girl friend for a four day stay with plenty that we wanted to do. Life was looking up and I was super stoked to be climbing and to be anticipating a trip of a life time this summer.
Needles to say I am a little bummed.
Thursday, January 15, 2009
A huge shout-out to the
Thanks to all my climbing partners, and the many more adventures to come!
p.s. If everyone could refer to Kevin as “Daisy” that would be great.
Tuesday, January 13, 2009
Sunday, January 11, 2009
Three more days of climbing for me on this trip. It has been a trip of highs and lows in regards to climbing. However, the company could not have been better. The insane amount laughter coming from the boulders on tour, or from Daisy's Scamp at night has recharged the soul. Not to jinx the two of them but both Wick and Justin are posed to have some big days in the very near future.
I have been schooled in regards to steep climbing, as well as in the classic game of chess. It seems as though, every time (twice) I come to Texas I pick up yet another game in which I just have no chance at winning. I will be leaving soon renewed for more adventures and a deeper desire to get better, as a climber, a person, and a chess master.
Anyone want a game?
Wednesday, January 7, 2009
The best way to explain the Hueco climbing for me is "in your face, physical climbing." Spending the fall in Yosemite did not prepare me for the climbing that is in Hueco. But never the less I glad to me back in Texas. Daisy said it best "its Hueco!"