Bridland UPDATE: After I got back from this climbing a 5.8 in the rain, I realized I got much more of a workout then I should have. A little later I was in my basement stuffing insulation over furniture back toward the outside wall of the house. The air leaks in the basement from there and I had to seal it up with fiberglass. So I needed to stand on my toes and punch it in with the tips of my fingers. I was doing little squares between the beams, I did 60'. On the second day in the bathroom I looked down and I saw this giant bump at the very top of my leg. I went to the Chiropractor and he worked on it, it is a big strain knot and became very painful when he beat on it! I have been rubbing it and using a vibrator on it, it just gets smaller and then gets bigger, but it does hurt less, and now I am wrapping it. On top of that I caught a virus from all the rat shit in the rafters for two weeks.
Anyway, the moral of the story is NEVER STOP CLIMBING! And if you take off, better start really really slow and carefully for AT LEAST A MONTH. And if that does not work, maybe you need to stop eating the poison from Shop Rite, like soda with appertain or coffee in liquid Styrofoam, or water with Fluoride. A very little fluoride is good, but you guys are probably OD-ing on it and doesn't even know it because you don't know how or don't care to test for it. And then there is the gluten and the plastic and the hormones, it all accumulates until you are ____________. You can fill in the blank.
Anyway, if I die from this giant knot on my leg the size of a burrito don't forget what I told you. I would not wish this on my worst enemy. If you have been sitting around for 6 weeks START SLOW!
The Mohonk Mountain House and the Mohonk Preserve have done a great job protecting the environment thus far, but ... it's all down hill from here http://youtu.be/9AU8fMo8v4k.