Unfortunately the one morning I had off this week was all wet and drippy. However, my beloved wife got fed up with my moping and kicked me out at 5 O'clock for an hour or so of power. Only one venue is fit for times like these..
Dry and pretty. Skadoosh is fast becoming my current Shed. Quick to get to, as comfortable on the psyche as some old tatty pompom slippers. Everything from the chalking up to the warm ups are familiar friends, happy patterns repeated ad infinitum. The sharp eyed of you will have spotted the mismatch shoe combo. This can mean only one thing.. Projects are Afoot. Basically I have to get from the chalk on the left to the chalk on the right. James' Sit down into skadoosh. It's far to early in the process to actually try the crux, so here's the bit after the crux into holds on skadoosh :
Fairly sure I can hold that swing, then it's the final bopp of Skadoosh. Hence the left foot solution ( I nailed it earlier obvs).
My next challenge to solve is how to isolate some bits of the crux so I can build some belief. This may involve using footholds I can't use on the actual sequence, but it'll give me something to flail at.
Keep flailing y'all!