|Morning Alpenglow on the Six Shooters
During those first two trips, our youthful exuberance was our biggest asset, while our corresponding inexperience was our biggest liability. We thought we would give it another shot and let our older, wiser and more experienced selves have a crack at it. We thought it would be different this time...we were wrong. In the end, we adjusted our agenda to meet some unforeseen circumstances, re-visited some prior epics, shared some laughs and climbed a few good routes - all things considered (it is Utah after all) we had a good trip.
|Anyone for a career change?
|Maybe they're hiring "Quality Control Engineers"
|Obligatory Newspaper Rock petroglyph photo
|Indian Creek - miles and miles and miles of cliffs
|Nylon mesh is no match for wind and fine sand
|Jay, prepping for a go on Slice and Dice (5.12)
|Me, after a go on Supercrack (5.10) - yes, it is wider than hands
|Jay contemplates a North Six Shooter sunset
|North Six Shooter at sunrise
|The Wall Street stick clip
|When trad climbing in the desert doesn't work, you go sport climbing
|The aptly named Aesthetics (5.13)
|Shoes at the base of Aesthetics
|Crossing the log bridge over Mill Creek
|When sport climbing doesn't work, you fly home early and hit the airport bar