*** First up, the disclaimer… I’m finally updating here after months of no posts. I’ve been dealing with some pretty nasty fatigue issues for most of this year, which have turned out to be related to a reactivation of mono/glandular fever in my system. So adventures have been few and far between, and I’m still not feeling great, but I’m going to try and catch up on telling some stories and sharing photos.*** So, although I wasn’t feeling great, we had a family hut trip booked at Easter, and I figured I should be able to manage the ski in. … Continue reading Easter at Wheeler Hut
Distribution from small selected sample (people who live in my house): Arapiles – 1 Moonarie – 1 Blue Mountains – 3 Blue Mountains wins! I’ll be back in a week :)
climbs completed: six climb of the trip: probably seconding kachoong (21). according to the guide book, it’s “the most dreamed of, photographed and fallen off route at arapiles”. alas, the photographers ledge was getting too warm, so our photographer had escaped into the shade when i was climbing. the roof was absolutely awesome – huge jugs, that were also good as foot jams (well, leg jams for val, she could have got a hands free rest there). feeling very pumped afterwards, lots of napping in the hammock for the rest of the day. a very lazy trip overall. possums sighted: … Continue reading easter trip report
Nick bouldering at Andersens. The Easter Bunny, captured in the Mt Stapylton campground.