Thursday, 18 March 2010

Stress over.

For the last 4 days I have been on assessment, which I'm pleased to say I passed.

The weather turned this week to a more normal wet and wild forecast, making the decision making a little more troublesome after being used to low level ice venues.

Through the week we have been on Curved Ridge, which was a little rocky, Boomerang Arete, which was a little loose in the thaw, Thompson's Route on the cold day, which was great, and skills in the Lochan that had a distinct wet feel about it.

At least the wetness has helped in my transition from winter to whiter water work that starts next week.


Anonymous said...

Congratulations Gaz! Ali & I had a good couple of days, thanks again :)

Max Hunter said...

Congratulations, well done, stress over :)

James Thacker said...

Good skills ;)

Mark Baggy Richards said...


Gareth Davies said...


Lucky? I had been practising snow angles all winter, put lots of time into tying granny knots and you gave me some great tips on the art of throwing ice screws Baggy!