Saturday, 28 August 2010

Genuine Swiss Movement

A 7:00am flight from Manchester meant an almost sleepless night, the plus side was being on Azalee Beach, in the heart of the Grimsel Granite area by mid-afternoon. A four pitcher was cracked off in good style, then back to base for a snooze!
Friday we dodged the showers up at Susten and Saturday was wet, not a Bank Holiday surely?
Sunday dawned clear blue, and turned out to be primo. We expected things to be wet but found our chosen route almost bone-dry; Foxie (5+) is nine pitches on the most perfect granite imaginable. We swung leads and did it up and down in 2.5 hours whilst Sherri collected bilberries for tomorrows breakfast - I guess it has to be muesli!

1 comment:

andysomething said...

Like the title of this blog, would have been more than happy to dream that one up. Hope you are avoiding the nasty weather that might be heading your way.
Had a pleasant day with the limestone cowboys at Tinseltown Scar as Norm calls it, details as usual at

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