2 weeks before nationals I went to the red river gorge after a 7 hr drive we finally made it. The next day we went to a climbing area called drive bye I got on my warm up the I got on easy rider 13a I gave 1 good solid burn. After we went back to the barn we stay at and shot bb guns then we went to sleep. Day 2 I went to the mother load and got on 40 oz of justice 13a it was my second try ever on it and I got all the way to the hardest section on the route. next I got on snooker 13a I got to the third draw then fell so I pulled back up and got to the sixth draw then I went to the chains after I went and got on 40 oz of justice once more and got to the same place and that was the last route of the day. The next day was a rest day or a day off of climbing. On the rest day we went to tho pool and swam it was so much fun after we went to walmart to buy food. Climbing day three I went back to the load and got on snooker and 40 oz of justice on 40 I got to the crux and made the move after that I got on snooker and did the same thing as day 2 on it I made it to the crux again and fell then I went back to the barn. Day 4 at the load again I got on snooker and bolt to bolted it after I rested I got back on it I got to the forth bolt then fell I pulled back up and went to the sixth bolt and fell then I went to the chains. then we rested and then we had our last day of climbing I only got on snooker and did same as day 4.
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