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Road Trip

 
Road Trip
 
April 12, 2010 -  Ian Dory    
 

Starting in Kantucky and ending in Joes Valley, this road trip is going to be hard to top, but I know I can think of somthing.

 

Climbing takes me all over and back again. Kentucky, Hueco, Bishop and soon Joe’s couldn’t ask for a better road trip, Each area offering different and unique climbing.  Hueco With all its hoops to jump throught  makes it a pain but an amazing area when it comes down to it. Finlay back in Colorado if only for a bit, gives me some time to check  back in with family and friends.

There are also a few projects that I have been working on and would like to finish will I’m back in town.  I have to say I don’t really remember driving from Kentucky to Texas, 1500 miles and  we never stopped to sleep.  Matty Hong and I are heading to Joe’s for a three week crushing spree! Fully equipped with all the crash pads, chalk, and brushes we need to take JoesValley by surprise. I also wanted to say that after much climbing and and travaling my shoe of choice is still the Dragons, sorry Team Shoes.

 

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