Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Boulder P.Rob-lems.

Heh, that is pretty cool your name fits into your lifestyle. I almost didn't catch that. Anyway, it was pretty cool for me watching one of the world's strongest climbers try Boulder's hardest boulder problem "Suspension of Disbelief" V14/8B+. The problem is powerful, extremely technical, long, scary, and ridiculously condition dependent. I hiked out with Paul many days last winter as he obsessively projected the problem. He was agonizingly close to redpointing it before he headed to Japan. While he was gone, the cold weather gave way to a humid Spring back in Eldorado Canyon. Paul would have to wait another year..

and but now fall is in the air. I can smell it.

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