Thursday, July 29, 2010


My love of crowds (groups of more than 2) once again drove me west on Saturday. First i went up to Jerry's Meadow to clean up a few new lines and send them. As mostly happens these new projects turned out to a bit harder than i expected and may require a little more time but they are quite cool. Phil met me out there and offered some encouraging words and a spot and after a short while lunch was called. No where else to go but Tarana pub for a quick beer and a tiger burger. I don't know why out of all the time that has been spent out there i have only gone to the pub 2 or 3 times, very strange.
After lunch Phil went out to do some more scouting and i headed over to Tarana. Climbed a couple of the classics and had a nap on my pad.
Shot some video of one of my favourites see it here
Hope the rain stops for the weekend,
Have fun out there.

Monday, July 19, 2010


A Lesson in Eating Your own Face/Grampians 2010

Got back last night from holidays exhausted and not at all refreshed and ready for work, just as you should be. Pottering around the boulders of Mount Staplyton with mates is always fun, i don't think i will ever grow tired of it.
The psych award has to go to Andy after writing off a van, a cow and a finger he still hung around and showed great spirit were others would have not. Luckily he got to send a problem with Fred Rhouling before completely snapping his finger in two.
Was pretty cool getting to meet the above mentioned Fred holidaying with his family of crushing children, getting burnt off by an 11 year old girl and 9 year old boy isn't as bad as it sounds. Great guy as well. Got the boys frothing for Boux
Was a bit sick for the trip witch was not so rad but still had a blast doing the problems i succeeded on and always enjoy the process of trying problems out of my limits any way so no complaints from me just leaves more to do next time.
Don't quite know what else to report other than good boulders+ good friends+good food=goodtimes.
Hunt down my vimeo page for a video of Scoots and Sharik kicking in the kegs of Killer Dwarf.
Technology getting me down will upload photos soon

Work hard
Play Harder

Thursday, July 1, 2010

A Horse is a Horse

Unless its a trip to the Grampians. I have felt like a school kid in the last week of term this week, it just seems to keep on dragging on. Finished by 2 tomorrow.
Shoes, chalk, esspresso machine, beer.
All packed.

"And now" cried Max "Let the wild rumpus start!"