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... a gig at a festival.
Today's festival was a city celebration in Monterrey Mexico. We arrived two find that we were loading in through mud and were slipping on everything. We could only get so much loaded in because we had to share the stage with other groups. In essence it was similar to a Bonnaroo or Lalapalooza festival. Since we were the headliner for Saturday night, we were the first in and last out. We didn't even take the stage until ...
... and made it to the top, 10 hours since starting, they were totally wrecked and exhausted sitting 650m above the ground. They made it down in 3 hours simultaneously rapping to a total of 13 hours for the day.
On weekends there were more people around as the locals came climbing or visited the pools near to the climbing crags. One weekend there was a horse festival on where the local riders, on western saddles and dressed in cowboy hats had events like cantering past 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.
The first few days here I felt pretty out of place and thought I would seriously go bananas if another person asked or talked about how many pitches, jugs, dihedrals, ropes, etc... Over the last week, the influx of people has become a very endearing tribe of people to me. I will miss my morning routine of unzipping the sleeping bag and tent. A nice walk through the orchard to the bathroom, a morning cup of tea in the kitchen as I send these blogs and watch the sun ...