Bighorn Society Firewood Fundraiser

 

Bighorn Society, The Crag’s youth climbing team, is selling firewood to help cover the registration and travel costs of this year’s American Bouldering Series competitions. All of the wood is excellent quality hardwood ready for burning. The wood has been harvested and cut locally by our team members, parents and Crag staff.

 

Quantity/Cost

Full Truck Load: $135

Half Truck Load: $80

1/4 Truck Load: $50

Bundle (approximately 5 pieces of wood): $5

 

All orders are prepaid, cash and check only. We’ll happily deliver full and half truck loads in Franklin, Brentwood, South Nashville, Antioch and Smyrna on December 15-16. Smaller quantities can be picked up from The Crag on December 15th.

 

If you’d like to place an order or have any questions, please drop by The Crag or call us at 615-661-9444.

Adult Bouldering League – Week 2 Standings

Today’s Adult Bouldering League update is brought to you by the letter P: problems, pies and pints! Judging by the scores and shaky handwriting on the scorecards, everyone stepped up their game last night. If you haven’t joined the league yet, the last day to register and have a full 4 week scorecard is Tuesday, October 2nd. All are welcome to climb with the big kids and join us for the ABL Social Hour at Brixx, even if you can’t compete week to week in the league.

 

Here are your week 2 scores and standings:

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From the Field – California Pt. 1

Last summer I got word that one of my good friends was engaged to be married. This was great news, because it meant a trip to California and a trip to California meant a climbing adventure. Within minutes of this news my friends Jonathan, Austin, Mike, and I started planning a climbing trip to the Golden State. Mike had moved to San Fransisco a year before so we would use his place as home base. Of course when you think of California climbing the first place that pops up is Yosemite. This valley was the playground of my climbing hero, Royal Robbins. I have spent so much time drooling over photos, styles, and books that tell the tales of him and his crew conquering legendary big wall routes. I couldn’t wait to walk in the valley where this storybook character was real. These next few From the Field posts are that of my trip to California, which included a reintroduction to trad, realizing my possible climbing future, and a naked dude.

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