The Thompson House Bed and Breakfast at Harmony Hills
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... normal and didn't have much daylight to climb in. However, we did manage to get in the most important route of the whole area. " The Great Arch." It was so much fun! Stone Mountain is known for having super run out sketchy slab climbing and it lives up to it's reputation. Lee was leading and he was run out like 50 ft in the first pitch. It was nuts.
I personally love slab climbing although most dread it, but that could also be because ...
... the bridge
2:30 Walk back across bridge
4:00 9/11 Memorial
6:00 take subway to West Village for dinner or to Chelsea market
8:00 head back to hotel to collapse or to Empire State Bldg
5:00 Get up and ready!
6:00 Head to Today Show
7:00 Today show
9:00 Walk to Highline (grab a quick breakfast)
We are a party of four, who love to laugh, eat, exercise and give thanks. I can't think of a more wonderful group to spend 4 days with in NY city! Will post itinerary soon but it will be exhausting, exhilarating and exactly what we need! Love to my special ...
... We were nearing the end of our trip, had to pack up our site, which we lugged up what felt like miles to the car... When we got to the cars there was a clipboard on lees windshield with Ronda and Ken's contact information so we could all keep in touch. After we left our information for them, we said our goodbyes to the farm and drove to the park. Our goal on our final day was to find a face called Cook's wall and climb the **** out of it! We got to the park, ...
... 2 hours to get up to the top and once here, we made a short detour to Brinegar Cabin, following the Mountains-to-Sea Trail. This historic cabin was built around 1880 by Martin Brinegar, who lived here with his wife Caroline and their family until the 1930s. Next to the cabin was a garden and a young lady was getting bridal photos taken here. We took a quick stop in the cabin to see an old loom and other historic artifacts ...