It’s been long enough since I’ve bouldered that it feels kind foreign and strange. Ted, Randy, Greg, and Curtis are working on something right of Walter’s crack when we arrive. I do a number of familiar and long-neglected problems in the area. Some that used to seem hard are now not so bad. Others I have done seem impossible now. It feels good to be on the rocks though, and slowly my head clears. I finish the day on a problem I once had a monopoly on due to a long reach, but Curtis has figured out a better way to do it and now we all make it up.
Meanwhile Ann has started walking back with Jezze and I drive several miles past her before swinging back to look more carefully. Luckily there’s still a little light left and I spot them on the second try.