Blog away though, just remember tact goes a long way. And i'd like to give a shout to the Montanaboulder blog which is a great blog, with little to no bullshit. Tommy and the crew are awesome!
Never the less, We've been up to lolo a decent amount, still putting in lots of work at the Hideout. I showed Scotty, Brandon, Molly, Ben Bruns and Jessie the goods. They were stoked. The Hideout is staked with lots of proud beautiful lines as well as lots of challenging boulder problems and projects, one of which I've put four seshuans into now. Not to be cliche but this is one pure boulder problem, a huge slightly off vert deadpoint/dyno off a decent horizontal edge to a fairly poor horizontal, a good meter and a half away with poor poor feet.
Deano and I added a new problem to the Sphinx boulder (or Hideout) two weekends ago. Another incredible line. I played around with a sit start to Fires over Cairo, which happens to be the sit to Hieroglyphics and it ended up going last weekend. Cuneiform was written. Which starts, climbs right from Hiero and either tops out Hiero or goes up Dean's variation. Dean's variation tops out via a crack, way to go the trad way Deano!!
I'm in Bozo right now, its raining, go figure. But im here for the FF Consortium testing, working my way towards a potential real career. The Big Red engine baby. And I'm nearly an EMT with one more test to take. Sister is getting married this weekend, holy shiat. By soon to be Bro in law is rad though. I'm getting him all stoked up on climbing. And the new woody in the garage is sick. Ya'll ought to come over for a sesh! We're going to have a party at some point, ill throw a line when we got some time to party.