We’re treated to another day of gorgeous sun, with just a little bite in the wind this time. We figure out the hike from the Bank campground to Cactus Cliff, a worthwhile outing in itself. There are more climbers on the rock today, but we still find things to climb. I try an onsight of an unoccupied route and it luckily turns out to be within my ability. Ann leads Kalahari Sidewinder, described by another climber as “a devious 5.8”. Some friendly climbers let me use their toprope on Dihedrus, 5.10b, a very fun stemmy dihedral.