Very Nice Rock Climbing Shot.Thanks for sharing Marc.Greetings from Pakistan.
Thank you very much for the kind words, Karrar.
Greetings back from California,
How did you get that shot of me? I didn't tell anyone I was going there. :)
LOL, Eric. You didn't have to tell me. I'm a long distance mind reader. I guess you didn't see me hiding behind the rocks.
Looks like a lotta rocks to conceal a person.
Very hard rocks, I might add ..
Greetings from Arizona, guys.
Hi Larry, There are more rocks and boulders of all sizes and shapes here than you can shake a stick at. I've never seen the coloration so beautiful anywhere else. Unfortunately, the area can get too crowded.
Greetings from California,
Yeah, Sedona's the same way.
That's why I always go in the middle of the
week. I shy away from the crowds.
You shying away from crowds Larry? Mmmmmmm.
Greetings from Utah!
Geez, Eric! Thanks for NOT taking the bait
on that one.
Speaking of bait, I think I'll travel up to
Utah this summer to do some trout fishing.
Is Dean still around? Where is that older
The old guy Dean is still around. Hasn't been doing too much hiking though due to some health issues. But, he says he'll be getting back into the groove soon. Good luck with the trout Larry. You're gonna have to wait a while though. Lots of snow starting to come off the hills, and the rivers and creeks are very, very full.
Yeah, I suppose the Provo River is going
something fierce, and the Bridal Veil Falls
must be really cooking.
And, glad to hear that Dean will be cooking
with some fresh gas. LIFE is GOOD!
Nice grab (shot) Marc. I always love profile pics like this of climbers.
11a is WAY out of my league but it's good to have something to aspire to!
Thanks a lot Kiefer, I hope you know that this is not me in the photo, although I have done this route in the past, like ten years ago. I couldn't go near it now.
Thank you very much, Steve. This was completely unexpected.