Yeah, the title says it all, but really though, I could have went further. I wasn't going to add this cuz I know it sounds like excuses, but I felt like CRAP from the moment I woke up this morning. Dizzy, headache, more dizzy.....I really had no business on that mountain, but the higher I got, the worse the dizziness was. I didn't need to be climbing a rock face and have a dizzy spell :-).
There's always, God willing, next time...
Here's a lil video...
And some pics from the trek
Some old stuff to start ya off. More of those at the end.
Haven't even hit the trail yet and we get this view!
About a mile into the hike. I start to wonder if I'm gonna get any clear shots today.
And another 1/2 mile or so we get the view of the other side.
This is as far as I got. Like I said in the beginning...just not feeling it.
This side was kind enough to pose one more time for me.
Gotta love the left-leaning trees, right?
And a few shots of the buildings.
FMF (Fat-Man-Factor)(FMF is a difficulty scale from 1-10, from an out of shape, fat, white guy's point of view): 6 Ya know, that 6 is probably keeping in mind what I didn't do. To go where I got to wasn't necessarily hard or dangerous. To this fat guy, it's a cardio killer, but so is any other hike that is 100% uphill. Still though, I rank difficulty in how much I feel I risked my life :-). Even with the dizziness, I felt safe. I've been on thinner ridges, that's for sure. Now then, to get to the top may be a completely different story. I'll have to let ya know when I know.