Posted by D. Scott Clark on Tuesday, March 13, 2012 with No comments
Last week I met up with Tiffany Hensley and went to Carter Lake, which is about 30 minutes from Boulder. Matt Lloyd and his girlfriend met us there on the 70º bluebird day. Carter lake is a reservoir with sandstone boulders on the southeast shore that by some is not considered a great destination. But the sandstone boulders offer some great climbing, and we had the entire playground to ourselves, which is always nice. I brought my new Pixel King wireless radio slaves to play with, and I will give a full review of them soon.
|Tiffany Hensley working the traverse start of the warm up problem.|
|Tiffany relaxing at the top of "Doughboy", a boulder that just a few years ago eroded out of it's base, slid down hill and stood on end.|
|Matt standing on top of Doughboy|
|Matt working the easier problem on the north face of Doughboy Bolder.|