In early 2004 I saw an ad that stated:
"The REVOLUTION will not be televised. May 1 2004."
Revolution climbing was born.
I just saw this. VERY interested to see what comes of it. Would love to see some of the old shapes come back.
Tahoe is rad. Whitewater rafting was fun, albeit a bit slow up until the last 15 minutes or so. Pete found out who his roommate is. Max King. I'm sure that name means jack shit to you guys but Max is one of the premier trail runners in the world. It'd be like having Nalle Hukkataival as a roomie. Pete, being a rather talented runner, will get made fun of a lot for this. A LOT.
I find it hilarious as Max is on the new Montrail workbook for Spring 11. F'ing hilarious.
On a "local" note, RV sent Sex and Chocolate. Nice work. Paul d also did the move on Alpine Club sweaty's way. As I've never tried this move that way I find it pretty interesting. I do feel like this is a very body specific move and am interested in trying it this way. That said, I still want to do the problem the traditional way. I feel like it's a proper testpiece and this beta only makes me want to do it the original way even more.
I do not merely want to get up that wall, I want to do it the way Peter saw it. I see it as a proper step forward for me and a true test of my ability. This problem means a lot to me and I look forward to standing on top of it with a smile.
5 months ago