Trip Report
Low On Options, cutting them off at the Pass
Saturday November 13, 2010 11:11pm
"Do you think Bridwell would make it to one of these rendezvous?" Layton asked me.
"Haven't talked to him in a while. We'd have to get him a chauffeur because these days he is transportationally challenged."
"Huh? He has a chauffeur?"
"Uh,.. no. That's the problem."
"He has a limousine?"
"Coming up a little short there too.... We gotta find him a ride. He's low on options."



My first run in with the Bird was in the '70s in the Curry Village shower where he burst in and, just as a stall vacated, whipped off his towel and cut the line ahead of us.
"Are you gonna do something?"
"No. Are you gonna say something?"
Just like in the ending of Chinatown my partner says, "Forget it man, its Bridwell."

Tangling naked with Bridwell back then is as unappealing as it is today (albeit for an entirely different set of reasons,..)

Over the years we got to know each other, and more than 20 years later he came to try a wall in Zion Canyon with my old friend from AMGA days, Mark Bowling.
No sooner had we sorted our gear than Bird jacked the rack and announced we were trying a different wall 60 miles away!
"Are you gonna do something?"
"No. Are you gonna say something?"
"Forget it man, its Bridwell."


Over the 12+ years since then his perspective has changed. He has matured and grown to understand that every person is entitled to his opinion, and he damn well gives it to them whether they want it or not!




Aware of the boulder that would be perched on the right hand side of the political seesaw at this event I used the latitude of an organizer to slyly stack the deck on the opposite side as well. Lynchpin in this endeavor was a climber even senior to the Bird.
In fact, Jim Donini has been climbing longer than anyone can remember. There are rumors that he learned how in the military, but the truth is that I really do not know either that detail, or for that matter whether he served for the North or the South.


(As expected, Donini is on the left, Bridwell the right.)



Likewise from the left, Anastasia would be there. I suppose her concern for the paltry representation of women at these events was valid, but the way the personnel kept changing it was hard to predict just how many other women would be there.

But her ally on the (gun toting) left was known to her at least from Jello's Climbfest.
James, our young ophthalmologist Phd. candidate, had signed on as photographer. He had been hard at work cultivating a reputation as a despoiler of young mormon women and this campaign had met with at least enough success to spur a northern Utah bishop to place a bounty on James' testicles.
Ironically, this in turn prompted James to wear a somewhat bulging custom kevlar jockstrap with trauma plate that had an unanticipated consequence(at least on the bishop's part) of attracting even more women than before.

Anastasia's husband Bill said he would be bringing his assault rifle. A doctor as well, it makes him one of those unique individuals that can both put bullets in and take them out.









Another physician attending was podiatrist Ron K.
Ron and I went into Valley of Fire by motorcycle on the shortest day of the year in '94. We bagged the FA of Ypsilon Dome, hopped back on the bikes, rode 2 miles, and then bagged a second virgin summit.
It was a great day for me.
Not so much for Ron though, who got lost in the dark heading back to camp and ran out of gas after 30 miles the wrong way.

But this is how climbing builds character.

Ron's limp is almost gone now, and while he has recovered his wife and three beautiful little girls have lived a simple life in Lake Havasu.
If he came home from a 5 day trip and the toilet seat was up then he knew something was very wrong.

But Ron just had a son, and life is about to become far more complex.

Another mormon also with four kids at home would be attending (but I never did see them exchange the secret handshake). In fact I would be riding down in Steve's huge truck with all the kit, and convoying with Donini's car and James' truck following us.






some of the rocks of Christmas Tree Pass
some of the rocks of Christmas Tree Pass
Credit: Piton Ron

We were holding the event at Christmas Tree Pass because we were low on options. This was all due to Tom Cochrane's faulty landing gear.
Tom had pledged to secretly deliver Layton Kor to the Latok reunion at Sawmill Bench by flying him across the Grand Canyon. Instead, Tom showed up a Layton's door and made him cross the Grand Canyon by mule.
Shorty got so sore that he swore never to go more than an hour from home ever again!

This time Tom said he'd fly out with Royal Robbins. I actually heard from Robbins who requested details about the event, but after I told him who was coming and where we were going he told me he would rather have a prostate exam that sunday.
Tom still insisted on me holding him 2 slots so that he could bring his girlfriend, but at the last moment he (and another 2 slot reservation, radical) claimed illness.
I had told them that slots were nonrefundable after we had bought the food.

There was confusion about the "ticket" thing, but sushifests have been done that way for years now. Fish ain't cheap, but if you want to get your RDA for mercury you have to pony up.
Perhaps because I footed for Layton and Bird as well as the "crew" (Albert and Wade, Layton's uber-helpful escort, photographer James, and the fish people, Doug, David Blume, and Pencilpenis) the confusion was enhanced some.




In addition David was there so that I would not be the only jew that people love to hate (and he is a softer target at that).



Mark chases some Vegas tourons out of the better campsite in May, '07
Mark chases some Vegas tourons out of the better campsite in May, '07
Credit: Piton Ron


But my organization failed on a different score in appointing Mark both the location scout based on our trip there 3+ years earlier and chauffeur for the Bird (along with his son Layton who had come to meet his namesake.)
You see there is an implicit paradox in these dual functions.


Mark knew that we needed a spot with 2WD access that was flat enough for Jello's wheelchair, but he had a bird on his shoulder urging him further up a degenerating dry wash that the bird found appealing for its seclusion.
When we found Mark's sign and began to trail him I got on the radio quickly telling Donini that it was too rough to follow in his car.

Silly me.
That is like red to a bull.

By the time we located Mark I already knew two things; Jello was also under the weather so there would be no wheelchair, and now that Donini was here having left only a few minor car parts on the trail, technically at least we had 2WD access.
That Bowling and Bird had already dug in and set up made it appear a fait accompli.
Bridwell was even pacing about with a rifle.
Mission creep.
With the muzzle coming alarmingly close to sweeping us I look at James and Steve.
"Are you gonna do something?"
"No. Are you gonna say something?"
"Forget it man, its Bridwell."
(It came very close though.)

We were expecting others.
Steve "Crusher" Bartlett was our token brit. Something of a counterpart to an anglophile Crusher likes american climbs, people and places, so I see no reason not to let him stay here indefinitely as long as he doesn't try to cook anything.
I had no fear that he was able to get to us as he would be driving the most capable off road vehicle one could have;... a rental car.
It is amazing where those things will go!

He would be followed by Stonemaster Richard Harrison with partner Michelle. Richard has as much off road experience as myself, and actually left NO car parts, so that by the time the fish people arrived we were a done deal.

Ron K made it in his 4WD.
Since his epic with me he always has 500 miles worth of fuel, food and water for a week, and three GPS units.

Albert and Wade rolled in with Shorty and did a terrific job of setting him up.

Doug arrived with the Doctor and Pencilpenis and was was absolutely furious about the rough terrain and didn't calm down until we let him shoot some small cute animals.
He actually later filleted one and added strips of it to the seaweed salad the next day with no one but myself being the wiser.


Soon the coals were hot. The food was cooking, and the banter was brisk and jovial.
Those without particular tasks to perform were granted a verbal treatise of The World According To Bridwell.

But the most difficult task of all had been accomplished;
Layton liked his steak.


Sadly Bill reverted back to his delusion of conducting the Boston Pops. But at least he had fun.

I was beat!
James and I had been drinking reposada till 2:00 the night before, but I had gotten up at 6:00 to finish prepping.
I racked out in the open quite early and suddenly a squall hit us sending me scrambling for a tarp which I no longer needed by the time I got it.

I got back in my cot under the tarp and listened.
Layton had sacked out in his tent 20m away and almost immediately put a lumber mill into operation. The ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ of his snoring was alternately overpowered by the SHHHHHHHHHH of the wind in the trees, or the monologue of Bridwell holding court by the fire 80m away.

An abridged rough transcript follows:


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It seems almost like some kind of right wing acid flashback as I drift off.





An hour before dawn I start up the coffee by lantern.

The toppings for the french toast include syrups, butter, four types of jams, mandarin oranges and two types of yogurt.
Or just a fried egg.

Mark's griddle earns him partial redemption.

Soon people are going climbing or shooting.
Bill likes my fancy rifle rest once he strips his cheekpiece to fit.
I even use the spotting scope to call Bridwell's shots with his .22lr
But when Bill offers to let Bird shoot his assault rifle I quickly hustle back to camp to hide until the dust settles.

Later that morning Cosmic and his wife show up on Donini's invite.
I can laugh at Cosmic's making me into Yosemite Sam or a clown. He can puff away all he wants.
He could even invite Trundlebum on me (although asking and allowing me to make a gracious gesture because I know what it is like to live out of a car would be nice).

But that T-shirt that he's been wearing since high school ought to be considered a capitol crime.
In fact, I believe that the only reason he has not been executed for wearing it is that these affairs have the tendency to end up poorly when the firing squad members have to wear blindfolds also!


Doug also wants to shoot before sushiing and James sets out tannerite at 80m.
Bang
Bang
Miss
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etc. etc.

20 misses

James wants to try the CZ (5.56mm).

Now James has fair experience as a rifleman for the young lad that he is, so I figured I only needed to tell him 4 or 5 times, "James, that thing has a hair trigger."

"I know."

"No really. All you do is touch it."

"I get it!"

"I've heard that before from people."

"Did you hear it from ME?"

"Just trying to save you the,.."

James is now angrily glaring at me.

"OK. You try it."

Now when I say "hair" trigger I mean,.. like baby peach fuzz type hair, but it seems that James is thinking more like one of those big thick black hairs that grows out of its own mole and you have to clip three times a daywith wire cutters or clothing hangs up on the stump.
He's seen a lot of those in that clinic.

But James is using the best rifle rest we have.
It holds that rifle really steady and has minutely fine adjustment knobs that that he uses to zero in both windage and elevation.
Then I hear him set the trigger.


Two seconds later he is cursing like a sailor as the dust drifts past the target.
I laugh and this time his glare is more one of disgust.
I laugh harder.


Fortunately we had Anastasia to cheer us on;
"YOU GUYS SUCK!!!!!!"


Ron K lets me rest the CZ on his bike rack for a shot. I breath three times then brace,
crack, KABOOM!!!

Rather than risk missing on my second, I quit while ahead and turn to the others feigning nonchalance, "Ya just have to hit it."



James has us line up for a photo.
All we need is Benicio Del Toro and horizontal height lines behind us.



If I had known that Layton and others would be leaving so early Doug and I probably would have started at noon.

I kick myself for not planning this one better but Layton had surgery less than a month earlier. Next time I'll set everything up months in advance.
And Doug is not the only one bothered by the "invitational" aspect of these, but we both understand how it can turn into a ZOO.

Perhaps for the next one after special guests are invited we will open up X number of slots on a first paid first served basis.

But there likely has to be an understanding regarding the "I wanna come but I don't eat raw fish" crowd. (Make them pay extra for nothing perhaps?)


Anyway we cut them off.









I rolled them up.




We stuffed our faces.



In that last one I think we are about to experience a pencil eclipse of the lantern. I have to admit that Tim was not quite up to his usual obnoxious self and was actually helpful that morning too.
Of course we all know that once he is into his cups,..
Well,... its not surprising that even Courtney Love has more success nipple winking guys.


Afterwards that night I took a few pulls on the Tequila myself only to look up and see the clouds rolling in.
James' electric dingus says rain at 9:00am, but it never comes.
We have a fried egg marathon on Mark's griddle until they run out.

Then Doug realizes that he has some quail eggs left from the shooters and uses them to make tiny little pieces of french toast.

It is strangely sad that Layton junior has been hiding in the cab of Mark's truck for two days eating a secret stash of cookies while talking to his girlfriend on his cell.
All the more sad because, while he thought the terrific reception was due to the nearby towers, it was actually because she was hiding with James in the back of his truck only a stone's throw away!


Eventually it is down to the stalwart seven; Steve, Crusher, Doug, Pencil, David, Bird and myself.
The sun came out for a bit.
We sat around and talked for quite a while.


I rode home with the mormon rastafarian, a good partner for these things even if he does believe that the world is 6,000 years old and he is going to rule a planet after he dies.




I took the money that Richard and Cosmic gave me and added it to the money I was sending Kor from the auctions.
He'll never know. He doesn't lurk on the taco like Bowling.
(When I posted in Cosmic's TR that Mark had picked a poor site the phone rang in less than 3 minutes!)

The next day Donini stopped by for dinner. He said that he had to get home for some TV deal and I didn't have the heart to tell him that Willard Scott only announces your birthday once.

We talked of the cosmic misunderstanding and he set me straight while I whipped up some red pepper beef over couscous.
The wine, Charles Krug '06 cabernet was so good I didn't put much spice on the food.

Jim liked it too and looked up from his glass and said, "You know, I like climbing with guys younger than me."

Once again I bit my tongue without reminding him he was low on options.

"You just like to blow them out of the water!"

He smiled, "Aw, you got me!"


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Toker Villain
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Piton Ron is a big wall climber from Toquerville, Utah.

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Toker Villain

Big Wall climber
Toquerville, Utah
Author's Reply  Nov 13, 2010 - 11:16pm PT
Loading somebody else's photos is a PITA (and you can't add captions).
Ron Anderson

Trad climber
Relic MilkEye and grandpoobah of HBRKRNH
  Nov 13, 2010 - 11:20pm PT
APPLUASE!!!
Brokedownclimber

Trad climber
Douglas, WY
  Nov 13, 2010 - 11:27pm PT
Great job! Tell Shorty hello from Rodger!
H

Mountain climber
there and back again
  Nov 13, 2010 - 11:27pm PT
Ron you have quite the way with words. Bravo.
Sounds like a blast.
WBraun

climber
  Nov 14, 2010 - 12:34am PT
LOL that's some funny sh'it ......
mark miller

Social climber
Reno
  Nov 14, 2010 - 12:52am PT
Sweet Ron ....keep writin' maybe even a book.
Most phun I've had since jammin' with those Burning Barn Monkeys....
Thanks for the high light of my week.
mongrel

Trad climber
Truckee, CA
  Nov 14, 2010 - 12:53am PT
What a hoot! and great writing; thanks for a great taco item. More please!
Wade Icey

Trad climber
www.alohashirtrescue.com
  Nov 14, 2010 - 12:57am PT
three thumbs up...
Hawkeye

climber
State of Mine
  Nov 14, 2010 - 01:12am PT
nice.....

i thought donini was old in the 70's....warms my heart to know he is still kicking ass.
Cosmiccragsman

Trad climber
AKA Dwain, from Apple Valley, Ca. and Vegas!
  Nov 14, 2010 - 01:17am PT
Great TR. Ron!

But, I wasn't forward of the fireing line
until you moved the fireing line back.
Was that done so you could use the execution squad on me? :)

Also, BLT&P and I did pick up our used targets.
in fact I have the used targets and riddled soda cans in my ammo bag.

The Sushi was GREAT as usual.

Thanks Ron for a FANTASTIC event!!!!
Hawkeye

climber
State of Mine
  Nov 14, 2010 - 01:25am PT
i bet rons' events are a blast. but just to make it clear. you got to stand behind the guy shooting the gun. be aware if the paper target shows up taped on your truck!
Cosmiccragsman

Trad climber
AKA Dwain, from Apple Valley, Ca. and Vegas!
  Nov 14, 2010 - 01:33am PT
"be aware if the paper target shows up taped on your truck!"






He didn't put it there.
He put it someplace else.

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BLT&P Sandwich

Social climber
Amazon
  Nov 14, 2010 - 01:53am PT
For some the glass is half empty and others it's half full.
Toker Villain

Big Wall climber
Toquerville, Utah
Author's Reply  Nov 14, 2010 - 02:01am PT
And while they argue I pull off the bottle.
Hawkeye

climber
State of Mine
  Nov 14, 2010 - 02:09am PT
i like that ron. taking a pull and shooting. mite give cosmic a "sporting" chance!

you guys are ok no matter what your mama says about you.
Cosmiccragsman

Trad climber
AKA Dwain, from Apple Valley, Ca. and Vegas!
  Nov 14, 2010 - 02:20am PT
"And while they argue I pull off the bottle. "







Don't forget the glass pipe!
Chairman Meow

Trad climber
SLC, UT
  Nov 14, 2010 - 03:44am PT
You can view all the photos at full resolution here:

http://picasaweb.google.com/jamestucker/SushiFest?authkey=Gv1sRgCIiy1Yb9ttHviAE#

 James
Jan

Mountain climber
Colorado, Nepal & Okinawa
  Nov 14, 2010 - 08:57pm PT
Good writing. Great character development. Or should that be great characters for further development?

Keep up the good work and the trip reports Ron. I'm hoping to be on the guest list when I retire!
Jaybro

Social climber
Wolf City, Wyoming
  Nov 14, 2010 - 09:07am PT
Urantia, Riley
couchmaster

climber
  Nov 14, 2010 - 09:20am PT
Awesome Ron! Just awesome!
Toker Villain

Big Wall climber
Toquerville, Utah
Author's Reply  Nov 14, 2010 - 11:18am PT
I spoke to James last night and apparently he was not sufficiently offended by the text, so while I can I will edit in some more salacious material.
(Perhaps he won't even read it again. Don't tell him.)



But inserting others' photos is a pain and I can't add captions, sooooooo,... I'll use comment windows.




Here I am keeping a close eye on Crusher's hands while he is in the kitchen area in case he tries to cook something.
Toker Villain

Big Wall climber
Toquerville, Utah
Author's Reply  Nov 14, 2010 - 11:54am PT


Then Doug hands Donini a mussel shooter and says, "If this doesn't kill you then nothing here will."

But Doug doesn't know that as a Green Beret Jim once survived on nothing but raw sea urchin genitalia for three weeks while he built a raft out of inflated walrus intestines and rescued himself!
graniteclimber

Trad climber
The Illuminati -- S.P.E.C.T.R.E. Division
  Nov 14, 2010 - 11:56am PT
Thanks!
Peter Haan

Trad climber
Santa Cruz, CA
  Nov 14, 2010 - 12:10pm PT
PR, thanks! Very good writing and the images are fun too!
Fritz

Trad climber
Choss Creek, ID
  Nov 14, 2010 - 01:38pm PT
Ron: Great story with the subtle "humour" I find enjoyable. Keep posting dude!

Speaking of fine wine: I drank a glass of wine while reading this last night, and then was too tired to post;)
Credit: Fritz
Ezra Ellis

Trad climber
North wet, and Da souf
  Nov 14, 2010 - 03:17pm PT
Nice eating and shootin TR Ron, did y'all actually climb any thing....:)
Brokedownclimber

Trad climber
Douglas, WY
  Nov 14, 2010 - 03:47pm PT
Climb!!??

What's wrong with eatin', shootin', and drinkin'??
Toker Villain

Big Wall climber
Toquerville, Utah
Author's Reply  Nov 14, 2010 - 04:55pm PT


Somebody didn't look at Meow's pics.
the albatross

Gym climber
Flagstaff
  Nov 14, 2010 - 06:06pm PT
Ron,

Thank you for the great trip report and an even better weekend. It was neat getting to hang out with friends old and new. It is amazing how many visionary climbers from several generations were in attendance. I treasure the campfire tales from the Masters.

It says a lot about your character the amount of concern you have shown for Layton. He has told me numerous times his gratefulness for your friendship.

I am disappointed we couldn't stay for the fish. On the drive home Layton was talking about how fun it was to visit with Bridwell. Without getting specific Layton said they talked about routes he had done the second ascent that Jim had done the third ascent. (help me out here Yosemite historians).


Look forward to the next adventure.

Albert
phylp

Trad climber
Millbrae, CA
  Nov 14, 2010 - 07:49pm PT
What a fantastic and funny trip report! i just love your writing, Ron.
I' m sitting here in the Denver airport and even tho' I' m having to peck out this thank you on my phone screen, I couldn't wait til I get home to add my applause.
Phyl
N0_ONE

Social climber
Utah
  Nov 14, 2010 - 08:49pm PT
Nice Ron! Good TR!

Only 6000 years old, that's ridiculous, ruling my own world.........you'll always be welcome.
Toker Villain

Big Wall climber
Toquerville, Utah
Author's Reply  Nov 14, 2010 - 09:11pm PT
I was going to tell you about the TR but it being sunday and all,....






Here Crusher is asking for a clearer explanation of the rules of this William Tell game we have in mind.



N0_ONE

Social climber
Utah
  Nov 14, 2010 - 09:11pm PT
Looking through all the other pictures reminded me of the funniest part of the whole fish fest.

It was when Tim put on that ridiculous florescent day glow outfit that Bridwell use to own and walked up and stood right in Bridwells face. I don't remember exactly what was said but Bridwell looked at Tim like.....what the hell are you wearing, and said something to that degree. It was even more funny when Bridwell finally admitted it was his outfit. Tim then played a couple rounds of horse shoes wearing it while Bridwell laughed and called him names. Ahh tooo funny!
Pennsylenvy

Gym climber
A dingy corner in your refrigerator
  Nov 14, 2010 - 09:44pm PT
NO_ONE,

I guess I have to set the story straight because it was fukin hilarious. I put that suit on and walk up to the bird (got it at the JTree bridwell fest, my biggest score next to the rad set of engraved Wired Bliss cams....Jim looks at it and says 'Hey I used to have a suit just like that...I got it from so and so who had a ski clothing company'. Well I'll just give myself a pat on the back because I rolled with it; 'Yea Jim I was a sponsered extreme skier back in the day and oh yea so and so was really great huh? I've always been down with my bad self, the last of six mischievient Catholics. Couldn't help myself. Had to inform the bird he had been "punked".

That said, I have heard the werd; that the bird is a neoconical, liberatarianical spewmaster. I had a great time with Jim, and he seemed really open to logical, real grassroots viewpoints. Very intelligent for being aligned with the dark side, he was a pleasure to hang with.

You know, even donini started to grow on me. I thought these folks old crumugens. What with his dog hating and all. But the fest revealed a few things about Jim. Look here he is with his new friends:

Bosco........



and of course his owner the doctor



My super sketch dog Snook even tried to get in on the donini dog love action



But old snook is too gud a judge of character




Cosmiccragsman

Trad climber
AKA Dwain, from Apple Valley, Ca. and Vegas!
  Nov 14, 2010 - 09:59pm PT
Credit: Cosmiccragsman
Toker Villain

Big Wall climber
Toquerville, Utah
Author's Reply  Nov 14, 2010 - 11:54pm PT



"Maestri was a pussy."
N0_ONE

Social climber
Utah
  Nov 15, 2010 - 12:14am PT
Ha! I couldn't focus on what was really being said with you wearing that thing!
Toker Villain

Big Wall climber
Toquerville, Utah
Author's Reply  Nov 15, 2010 - 01:07pm PT
Talk about loud clothing!
Toker Villain

Big Wall climber
Toquerville, Utah
Author's Reply  Nov 16, 2010 - 09:56pm PT
Hey, how did that happen?
Thumbnail materialized!
crunch

Social climber
CO
  Nov 17, 2010 - 04:05am PT
Thanks Ron.
survival

Big Wall climber
Terrapin Station
  Nov 17, 2010 - 12:21pm PT
Great write up Ron,....again!

It's excellent how your text can paint pictures better than some pictures!
graniteclimber

Trad climber
The Illuminati -- S.P.E.C.T.R.E. Division
  Nov 18, 2010 - 12:05am PT
Thanks!
Reilly

Mountain climber
The Other Monrovia- CA
  Nov 18, 2010 - 01:50am PT
"Maestri was a pussy."

HaHaHaHaHa!!!!!

Lots of HaHa's and kudos to you too Ron- a bonafide classic!
Toker Villain

Big Wall climber
Toquerville, Utah
Author's Reply  Nov 18, 2010 - 07:38pm PT
I don't know how long I have to keep editing this one, but once I get the photos from James I would like to expand this TR.

Perhaps I should just wait and just do a new extended "directors cut".
(but that would drop the comments, although they could be linked)
moosedrool

climber
lost, far away from Poland
  Dec 12, 2012 - 12:27am PT
I like your sense of humor. What a great TR.

Thank you!
Johnny K.

climber
  Jul 16, 2013 - 07:26pm PT
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