I was wondering about that when I visited you at the campground this morning. As I was leaving, I saw the cloud buildup above RR
I wonder if the group got rained on. My body barometer from my injuries sure felt like it was going to rain.
It rained that morning, and the ground was muddy when we were walking in. Travis wasn't willing to risk snapping off some holds in case they were brittle.
I hope those ghouls in the van don't eat your liver, Mike.
I know right!!! Scary looking! ;)
Very cool to follow this climbing trip! I found that limestone near Vegas quite sharp and pointy. Got to be careful not to cut yourself, some places you touch it in places and it slashes ya. Kind of gnarly.
I hear that! I knicked myself a few times.. Nothing major though.
I cut my left ankle again.... But i felt it this time! More sensation all the time! I love it!
Thanks Ron! It's been fun. A little cold and moist, but nothing we couldn't work around..
We got a little moisture and a lot of wind overnight
Burchey and Mark enjoying a little morning coffee.
Desert clouds and rock.
Burchey was kind enough to give me a Banana since i had not yet had a chance to go shopping yet. Apparently the black mamba shares his sense of humor....
The crew getting ready for the day
Cosmic showed up for a visit
Looking back at Blue Diamond
WML on Mushroom People 10d
Travis wasn't feeling it because the ground was still wet, so we peaced out and went to Lone Mountain instead.
Cool varnish on a boulder.
I led "J" route. A 5.7 which was fun, but i felt like i was going to deck before i got to the third bolt. I wasn't going to fall, but i was pretty stoked to get there...
We did a couple more routes, and got hungry, so we peaced out and went to the grocery store to get some bbq'ables.