A little sport climbing sounds appealing, so we head up to the Riviera wall in Boulder Canyon. Despite dark clouds, we enjoy climbing Chouette, 5.6, and Splash, 5.7, on beautifully smooth, featured granite before the rain starts. We have to wait out half an hour of rain, then Ann surprises me by announcing she’s in the mood to lead something. She climbs the slightly awkward, well-bolted Topless Ettiquette, 5.8, apparently without drawing a tense breath. This is her first lead in well over a year, and much stiffer than her previous two. I’m inspired to lead Birthday Suit, 10a, which has one cranky, balancy move that throws me before I get it. I finish up on Devil’s Dihedral, 9+, a very clean, aesthetic line. We feel like working on a few more of the bolted routes here, but by this time the light is fading.