With the rest day behind us we met back up with Scott and headed to 95.2. Typically the rest day had been fantasic, cool and dry but with a hint of sunshine, Friday had rain showers. Brilliant.
Lee announced he and Ben were to do the entire Red Circuit that day, a bold statement 47 problems. They disappeared into the woods searching for Red No.1 meanwhile the the rest of us set about knocking off problems from from orange > white generally, occasionally ducking under the little roof of Le P'tit Toit to keep out of the rain. Scott pointed out a prow called indestructible at F7a+ I should get on, It looked impressive so I set to work on a sequence. In one of the sunny periods between the showers I powered to victory!
Over lunch Gary, Jen and Justine worked the Le P'tit Toit (F6b+) roof traverse, during their rest times Scott and I took it in turns to toe hook hang the roof of it and reverse mantle the nose.
|Backwards Mantle. Feet First.|
|Thats 2 Sarnies Please.|
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