Well another day another dollar, so I am back at the Brenin teaching on an Intro to Leading weekend. We headed down to Tremadog today, and it was hotter than a hot thing on a hot day. It was like I was back in the US desert.
We climbed Christmas Curry with a Micah Finish and then I got my guys to climb Bobo on the sharp end. A great if somewhat hot day, although I think I have managed to rehydrate.
At the Crag I have gotten into the swing of Tremadog the place runs like clockwork, at 3pm the farmer comes out on their quad and starts his cows on the long walk back to the Dairy. It must be the same the world over, cattle everywhere heading to be drain of the white stuff. All because you want milk in your coffee in the morning. Its amazes me that it all works! There must be thousands if not millions of cows just so we can have our cornflakes.
Anyway the day was like any other until I got home and opened a letter from Bangor University, it announced that I am now the proud owner of a Masters Degree in Applied Sports Science.I can’t say how much a relief it is to finally after about three years of hard work and of course a great deal of waiting that the results are finally in. I now seem to be the most over qualified professional jumarer!