Sport Climbing in the Gorge
My achievements were much, much less remarkable. I hung on an 11b and a 10b, but alzheimer on-sighted* a 5.7 and two 5.8s! Still, by the end of the day my forearms were twitching from the strain - making this a great day.
Photo: Shadow shows Vic how its done on his repeat clean ascent of Aurora, 5.13a, Owen River Gorge.
*alzheimer on-sight: also called a "senility on-sight", refers to making an ascent of a route previously climbed but without recollection. In this case, I climbed the 5.7 and one of the 5.8's back in 1996 - according to my notes.