Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiick. I dreamed about this climb for most of the year since I tried it on my last day in Joe's last march. Sent it on the first day here. When I was cruxing on the topout, I heard Tina say, "don't fall, there's a rock behind you" as I was crimping a nothing and hoping I wouldn't dry fire and eat shit. Thanks to the two Brits who showed up just in time to help spot.
I was constantly surprised by how much people didn’t know. That’s one of the things about traveling, one of the things you learn: many people in the world, even educated ones, don’t know much, and it doesn’t actually matter at all.