Back to the grind

Once again, I am well behind in keeping the precious few who might chance upon this entry updated in my personal life. Last semester ended well, as mentioned, with plenty of antics and adequate goofing around. Break itself went very slowly for me….lots of nothing to do, interspersed with some enjoyable climbing trips and an evening of horror at a scary club in DC. (I can say for sure that my year can only improve from the first few minutes I spent in 2002.) Dan and I got in four days of climbing at Seneca and ticked off some very nice classic lines…Conn’s East, Dirty Old Man, the Critter Crack…among others. Feeling pretty good about trad now, which is good seeing as we’ll be at Red Rocks in about a month and a half.
We’re back at school now and back to the grind (if you can call 13 credits a grind). Eric has semi-officially joined our apartment…going in on groceries with us now. We spent last weekend (Dan, Eric and I) climbing Seneca in the snow….6″ of fresh powder made Old Man’s the toughest 5.2 route I’ve ever climbed. Pictures to come. Anyhow, that about brings you up to speed on the last month or so. Later all!

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