Saturday, February 19, 2011

The last of Hueco

After two months in Hueco I took a brief climbing hiatus in New Mexico.  I moved rocks, concrete and enjoyed delicious food and excellent company.  Eventually the rocks called and I made my way to Bishop, CA with a detour through Joshua Tree where I waxed nostalgic on numerous gritty pebbles and supernatural domes.  

Tim and Clayton tick the Between the Sheets Wall

Kevin cranking on Natural Disaster

Tim on a new line to the right of Natural Disaster
(no name was suggested but the theme is entertaining,
'Act of God' or perhaps 'FEMA's Always Late'?)

No rest for the committed, Cedar works on some coloring 

Sam painfully close to the Ugh

Ana on the Egg

Drew low on Natural Disaster

They don't call it the Bloody Flapper for nothing

Post flapper, I manage an ascent of Banana Juice (Ana Burgos photo)

Plowing through another rest day

Her Highness, Princess Funny-face

Hueco shopping at its finest, the incomparable Vista

Two Minutes Underwater

Yes, Allen is chalking up his foot...

Footless beta on Big Nose Milley

Gigi the wonder horse

Sterling the nibbler

And Grandma Ellie

Getting close to Bishop....

1 comment:

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