|Our volumes look so good!|
Here in the Tri-Cities, there's a lack of indoor climbing resources. The largest wall is inside the Tri-City Court Club with about 15 ropes. I frequently find my way in there to help set new routes on the wall and climb a little top rope. The only other indoor spot that I've been climbing at for the past year is this fairly secret and exclusive boulder wall that was hand built inside the home gym of a couple of folks who live in Benton City. This bouldering wall and home is impressive to say the least. It's stocked with a lot of hardware, like a squat rack, bench, lat-pull down machine... Oh yeah, and a fairly large 12 or 15 foot bouldering wall equipped with 90, 45, and 15 degree incline portions. And best of all, it's a workshop. The home owner's are huge DIY people and their shop is filled with tools my dad would certainly appreciate. I feel at home when I'm in their garage climbing. It's pretty much the best of both worlds.
|More wall space means more holds.|
Still planning to summit MSH this month and go skiing a bunch. Waiting on some exciting news at work that would free up my schedule a bunch. More time means more adventures. Stay tuned. ⤲