I got out yesterday and put some work in on my project. The day was very damp, drizzling at times but fortunately the project stayed bone thanks to its steepness. I can't imagine there was much bouldering done in Glendo by the IBLers.
Maybe some progress on the first move, which is the crux, but the other moves felt harder than I remembered. Need to do more fingerboarding and work on the core. It's hard and it's good and I'm optimistic that I will get there, then I can retire from high level bouldering.
Thanks Barry, I'm pretty sure it's the best line I have every found. The pressure is on.ReplyDelete
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I have seen this in the flesh, get it done or else!ReplyDelete
You're gonna have to sort out that first move dab too
that was me, didnt realise i was 'unknown'!ReplyDelete
Chris you are an enigma.ReplyDelete
You will be please to hear I since those pad dabs used a different configuration. So you can rest easy.
Sniffing about my projects eh? I'll let you know if I give it up as too hard.
Cool, "lunch box" quality! What about using the side-pull below the shelf?????ReplyDelete
I was experimenting with that yesterday Kev. I assume you are talking about the crystal pinch/sidepull thing? It's possible but I think easier to just slap.ReplyDelete
Yeah probably looks bigger with chalk on it in the vid than in real life, hurry up and do it!!!!ReplyDelete
Jaysus Kev, you fondling with your eyes....ReplyDelete
...or your hands?ReplyDelete
Eyes for you only Barry...ReplyDelete
Ha ha. Looks pretty sweet. Now where are my bootsReplyDelete
Let it go Tim, it's over.ReplyDelete
whats the time limit on this now Dave, must be close to expiration..ReplyDelete
Are you serious Chris?ReplyDelete
It's like First Round, First Minute all over againReplyDelete