Courtyard Monterrey San Jeronimo/Valle
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... a 90 minute set list it tends to be a long night... Except for me.
I had the unfortunate experience of a kidney stone creating up on me just as the show was beginning. I felt fine until about five minutes before the show started but by the time we were about five songs in, I was doubled over in pain and unable to continue on the main camera. Since there was a Mexican camera operator next to me, he took over and I sought medical attention. ...
... the season. He got to go climbing most days finishing two 11a routes and some classic multipitches. On the second to last day, with Simon he ventured out to climb the ultimate route, the longest sport route in the world, Timewave Zero. 23 pitches, 650 metres. They started in the dark with a make or break 11a second pitch. The sun soon came up and they were powering through, linking most of the pitches until Simon took a fall 18 pitches up and hurt his ankle. They continued on a ...
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... Mexico before except on top of the mountains in the far distance. It is a good thing we had electricity so we could run the furnace all night.
We waited until 10 am to leave, we wanted the roads to be clear and dry, and they were. We planned to take a curvy picturesque road in the mountains, but, were afraid it might be slippery. We went back to Monterrey and on to Durango.
... day. No schedule, no clocks, life 100% on my terms, such a delight! Travel time is sacred time to me. If I had to pick a religion, it certainly would be adventure. As always, at the end of a trip, I feel so lucky and grateful to have the opportunities to take off and do what make my heart smile incessantly. I also feel lucky and grateful to have had y'all along the way with me and to have y'all to come home to! Thanks for being in my life and all the support! Signing ...