Here is Nick on Anatomy Act V7
Can you believe what chaos our crew creates when we roll to the boulders!?! Look at all that crap! Luckily, Dello keeps focused on his goals.
Situner on Moby Dick. (no send)
Did you know Organic Bouldering Mats will actually FLOAT if blown into water? It's true. Windy conditions in Joe's makes for soaked pads and an uncomfortable swim for the tuna.
Giving me the finger, or showing off war wounds? You be the judge. Bec putting in time on Right Boy Size V6. (She's SOOOOO CLOSE!!!)
Here, Diggs crushes the absolute awful crimps of Footmare V4. Ask any of the boys in the crew and they will gladly tell you that the pain level is more like V100.
David Garcia's face after a lap on Footmare.
What is a climbing trip without camp fire / smores session?!? You missed out if you weren't in attendance!
As usual, Marcelo was working the most difficult thing he could pull his meat off the ground on. He might have touched his leg to the rock a little on one burn. He swears his shins just do this when he flexes.
Nothing will have you packing your pad and gear and hiking in climbing shoes faster than a skunk rolling up on your session. Trust me.
Kevin launching on Pocket Rocket V6. Such a sweet problem.
So, Friday afternoon, the weather turned to absolute crap. Rich and I topped out the last problems of the day in falling snow. Though pretty, it didn't do much for our climbing psyche for the next two days. Luckily, weather looked good in Moab, so we bailed for hot showers and warmer temps.
Rich, Biggity, David, and I all got on Circus Trick V4 (yea right) to no avail. I really want to come back and try this problem fresh. Anyone up for a commando weekend to Moab?
Rich pulled over the top of his nemesis Brown Power V5 after a great deal of effort on the problem over several burns. (Doesn't he look SO Happy!!!)
Biggity also took down Brown Power on his last effort of the day. Sure makes that drive back to Denver much more enjoyable!
Thankfully, I also took care of some old business on the block top boulder at the end of the day on Saturday. Weird moves and a VERY happy climber once topped out. Blunt Arete V6
If you happen to see these pictures and think to yourself, "Gosh, I've got to get my bottom end to Joe's Valley soon!" you're in luck. Sounds like there's already a weekend commando trip planned for April.
First rule of Joe's Commando; you must be CRAZY EXCITED for Joe's Commando.
And no I DON'T mean sans-underwear Marcelo.