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Monday, 12 April 2010

Fossil Wall

Yesterday saw a mad dash to the Peak for a day out of London, which I have been in need of for quite some time.

Grit probably would have probably been a  better option given the abundance of easy problems but both my partner and I never get on with the stuff. We did however want to try something different and after a quick search I came across Fossil Wall.

It was a speculative choice, but having been I can highly recommend it provided you like limestone. It is situated above the A6 just outside of Bakewell.



It was great to get out for a bit and dust off the cobwebs, however I am now paying the price with an acky shoulder.

6 comments:

Minister of the Masochistic Truth said...

That's awesome Jenn!

I know the Bakewell area - very nice. I'm definitely bringing my climbing shoes the next time I go to Blighty!

Despite the achy shoulder, I'm glad to see you back at it! The pics are great!

Best wishes,

e.

Minister of the Masochistic Truth said...

Hey Jenn,

Sorry to see that you've not posted in a while.

Sadly, my climbing career has been placed on hold indefinitely. I managed to rupture my bicep a couple of weeks ago. It required surgery and i'm looking at a minimum of 10 months before i can get back at it. given my age and size, i might have to give the whole climbing gig up. Needless to say my spirits have tanked to rock bottom (no pun intended). The beautiful Canadian summer is here and I can't even ride my bike.

sigh....

Hope that you are back into the swing of things.

Cheers,

e.

Jenn said...

So sorry to hear about your bicep rupture. Owch - that sounds very painful. Did you have the surgery yet? I hope that you have a quick recovery.

I understand how MTB would be out of the question - but could you do some hiking? I've been thinking of taking that up again myslef.

Sadly, I'm still very injured. I never had the surgery for lots of reasons and my life is ratehr occupied. I just started a PhD. It is going well, but it leaves little time for anything else.

Try to hang in there. I know just how tough it can be.

J

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