We can travel again! We can go to our Gower climbing spots!
So, 100,000 subscribers, huh?
It’s been a funny lockdown week. The weather got good, so everyone went outside and we’ve been trying to avoid them.
Doing stuff, and keeping ourselves amused. Now we’re allowed back in the sea we’re making the most of it, while keeping our distance from other people.
Flexible working hours and being allowed back out to explore our local area gives the opportunity for a little variety on top of the running and at-home-strength-training. Woot!
We’re allowed to do some more activities in our local area. A step towards normal?
A running vlog talking about mental health, confidence and state of mind as much as anything else. And we do get some climbing in this week, although this tide seems to have other ideas. I need to spend more time outdoors.
The weather is off and on and we need a bit of adventure, so we’re going to try and nab a rock climb outdoors at Rhossili before the rain hits. It’s all very grey.
There’s a storm coming.
We climbed at Crab Rock this week, which was a new spot for us on the Gower that we’ve been meaning to explore but can be a pain to find and get to. Our buddy, Ben, guided us down. The tide was coming in so we perched on a ledge like all good sea cliff climbing.
Also, Kim finds something weird when metal detecting.
I’m looking for a local crag that’s quick to get to, hard enough to train on and dry in February. Let’s check out Ram’s Tor. Those roofs don’t look that big from the coastal path, right?