Dylan returned the cosmos to its rightful order this last saturday and sent Dharma. He wasted almost no time in feeling out its rhythm and was completely solid in his movements. Very proud send.
Many cheers Dylan-son.
prior to that cosmic call to order he also enjoyed virgin moves on what he calls "three day weekend" up the hill in the picnic area on top of Freshman summit. A jump start to a good crimp rail leads to a pretty high topout. Austin soon followed a similar path too.
Around the corner to the left we also established "Night Sky" which climbs directly in front of the dead tree... which is now a little less imposing. We feel 3-day weekend to be about V2/3 ER 4 1-star and Night Sky to be about V2/3 ER2 1-star.
We then spent a little time cleaning up & exploring the central line that climbs above the boulder leaning against the base of the wall. INCREDIBLE! two bomber jugs start one on their way, which is nice of it to do for us. Smaller and smaller holds lead to a big move to a pretty good hold but place one in a scary position over that boulder. The moves after that are unknown but are suspected to continue over that boulder or the edge of it. To finish this one safely I think will require 6+ pads to be able to build up the landing zone to the right of that boulder to the same height. We contemplated the notion of a single TR bolt up top, but I now think the best thing is to leave it as a very proud headpoint boulder problem. This is definitely a 3-star line.... I highly recommend it and encourage working it.
Austin cleaning crispy holds on the "Ergophobia project".
Night Sky to the left. Three Day Weekend to the right.