Climbing. It's what I do all the time, better yet, it's who I am. Here's where I'll share pictures, trip reports and what I'm thinking. Enjoy!
I left New Hampshire on Monday to drive to Boulder, Colorado. It’s about a 2200 mile drive once you factor in my mistakes, google map’s mistakes, and stops and all that. So here’s how it happened:
Monday: 725 miles/12 hours
Tuesday: 850 miles/15 hours
Wednesday: 625 miles/9 hours
So, in short, including stops (while driving) I averaged almost 60mph for the entire trip, OR about 38mph including the time I slept. That’s roughly 25% faster than a bald eagle. (Conversion to laden, unladen, European, and African swallows unknown.)
That’s all to say I’m in Colorado, very tired, and occasionally seeing yellow and white lines in weird places.
My 21st birthday breakfast! It’s going to be a good day!
Pulling a few techy moves to get up the pillar at Monument Cove, Acadia National Park.
Pulling the crux on Rock Lobster (5.9+), at Otter Cliffs, Acadia National Park.
Enjoying another sea stack in the coves near Thunder Hole, Acadia National Park.
Staring into the distance while the tide filters in on the coast of Mt. Desert Island, Acadia National Park.