Continuing the Climb!

Well after a day off climbing yesterday I Had hoped for an easier day. It certainly didn’t feel easier but I have managed to get faster and to do my longest set of consecutive flights without stopping (50 up from 33) which feels like a success of sorts. I’ve also broken into double figures of thousands at a total of 10,500ft now. Clearly I’m not going to get another 9000ft done tomorrow so I won’t achieve the full climb in a week as I’d hoped but Monday or Tuesday seem possible knees permitting. I continue to be massively encouraged by seeing the amount that’s been raised for Tearfund so far. On behalf of all those who the money will help - thank you so so much!

Onwards and upwards as they say!

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