As the animas water starts to hit the low 400s cfs and the tubers are out in full force, we are starting the uphill climb to the local crags.
It’s been a hot (literal) minute, since we have pulled on our harness on over our hips and shoved our feet into some climbing shoes. Our hands show signs of cracking from over exposure to river water not chalk.
Friday after work, we met several friends at East A. The community feel of catching up, and laughing about rope swings made it very real that summer is coming to end and fall is very much on its way.
This year I have not picked out my Fall objectives for the Creek, but I hope to have a list here soon.
Not a pumpkin spice girl, I am a Desert Lizard who very much likes her campfires and brat dinners in the Creek.
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