April 8, 2011 - My last day in Spain Today is my last day in Spain. Tomorrow my friends will drop me off at the airport in Barcelona, where I will begin the long voyage home. Going home is hard, but going home while all of your friends get to stay and climb is even harder. I’m trying not to dwell on that. In a few minutes we are headed back to Tres Ponts.
Acabando de preparar un pedido para el cliente de Rokodromo hemos realizado al juego que ya habíamos terminado, el efecto de Dual Texture, muy extendido en los USA entre sus marcas de presas y aquí hasta el momento tan solo Dark Arrow se había atrevido con este tipo de diseños, así que para uno de mis clientes les he realizado este juego. Para ampliar información sobre el desarrollo del juego, en la web de Psyco Art Holds.
Our last demo of the trip was at the North Austin Rock Gym. We finished off with an outstanding demo. We arrived early to climb. People didn't start showing up until around 7. Everyone was psyched though. Since it's been too hot to climb at most areas not over the water. Ronnie and I keep exploring the trailers. We found an amazing deep-fried bacon wrapped pickle, over at the Pig Vicious trailer. Austin continues to amaze me!
Enter a game reserve in Africa and Disney's The Jungle Book. Rhinos, lions, giraffe, zebra... you name it. At Lion's Valley lodge, we even had an elephant dip his trunk into the pool for a refreshing late night drink.
Quantums are AMAZING!!! Took them for a test ride at the Red and they are the Bugatti of climbing shoes. Thanks 5.10!
Congratulations to Mark and Janelle Smiley for completing #20 out of the 50 Classic Climbs in North America.