Life in the paint pot continues unabated. I have painted downstairs ready for the window and door to be fitted which is happening around me as I type. Hopefully it means I can move onto project flooring next so I don’t have to walk over the concrete floor down stair for much longer. Although I need to put in underfloor heating that won’t be plumbed in for a good few months.
I have also been doing a lot of climbing coaching of late, with a few days a week of lead climbing coaching for various people. As such my jumaring is second to none. I am also heading into work at the weekend.
I have also been investing a lot of time in the RockFax guide that is nearing completion and the deadline is approaching fast. As such finding time to blog has seem to fall by the wayside. However I hope by the beginning of september that normal services may start again.
Whilst I have managed to get outside, I took a friends rather grown up daughter climbing at Tremadog earlier this week. As she hasn’t really gotten into dragging. I think she was rather surprised by the fact that we dispatch three routes in about 3 hours. All classics – One Step in the Clouds, Merlin Direct and Boo Boo.
In the evenings which are now rapidally drawing in I have been heading to the beacon and even maanged a session and the all new indy climbing wall, which is great BTW. It seems I am finally getting over my tendonitis as I have managed to climb a few V7s and nearly managed a couple of V8s. So training for the winter looks like it could be a good one if I remain injury free.