Here at jjobrienclimbing we are currently experiencing some technical difficulties with Blogger.
I'm with you, I can't believe the good people at Google would let this happen to such a site.
I won't be pushing this post, so welcome, if you found it. In the meantime sit back and reminisce with me a year after my visit to China and Tibet.3,500M of altitude, nothing but yaks and snow. Absolutely beautiful.
But, as always, there was climbing to be done. So I pulled on my Chinese volleys and sampled the local granite at Tiger Leaping Gorge. The route marking was velly helpful.
|Climbers, don't tell my Red Chili sponsors you saw me climbing in volleys.|
( Bouldering, doesn't count.)
Everest looms. Chinese base camp is just up the road. Thin air, bright sun, stillness, reverence.
Bike Rack Mountain, Central China.
I can't remember when I've ever had so much fun.
I didn't want to leave. Some of the stuff just made me laugh so much, it was so inappropriately dangerous.
Returning via Hong Kong
They are going to need a bigger sun
to get through that air.
Ah, back home at the jjobrienclimbing rainforest retreat.