Well, its been two months since I decked out in the UK breaking the talus bone in my foot. I'd be lying if I said that the last couple months has been easy- but that's life, and I appreciate the lows as well as the highs.
I just got my 5.10 Dome Tennies and I did not waste any time in trying them. Currently, I'm on my way to Alaska to go climb the highest peak there for work and then I will be going to attempt to climb a new route in the Pika Glacier. Right now is time to do lots of training and running, definitely a big part of it.
No sabia que poner este viernes, he ido bastante liado toda la semana, ayer bajar a La Salle, ultimar pedidos de diseños, uan cosa por la otra, porcos videos de escalada he visionado esta semana, así que hoy nada mas abrir el odenador, zas!!!!!!, me encuentro con el trailer oficial de Scene la última película de Chuck Fyberger, el mismo director que Pure y Core. Creo que con esto damos por comenzado en unas horas el fin de semana y el ansia de escalar, el film promete, buenas escenas con una iluminación mu cuidada, travellings suaves, movimientos a camara...
Weathers nice, Rock is nice !! Climbing outdoors is my favorite type of climbing, so that's what I'm starting to do more because the weather is getting better. My main area I climb at is the Gunks, in New Paltz,NY. Great climbing, problems, routes, and fun!! Lately I'm still getting used to outdoor climbing from not climbing outdoors for a while over the winter. So I have a couple problems ticked off, but I'm still just getting started!
This is my very first blogpost. So maybe I will tell briefly about myself: I started climbing when I was 8 and I have been on many climbing trips over these 15 years. Thats it! Like I said briefly. :)
Wildomar, CA- It was an up and down weekend for Team Monster Energy-Specialized at the first round of the Mountain Bike World Cup in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. World Champion Sam Hill (AUS) turned in a respectable 8th place finish on an extremely pedally track, while Junior World Champ Troy Brosnan (AUS) rode to a career best 23rd place finish with the Elite men taking the leader's jersey as the fastest junior. Brendan Fairclough ended his weekend early in a mishap during the previous day’s qualifying session.