So today the Squamish skies have cleared yet again, we’ll see if it gets dry enough to scramble up something later, I’m working on a cup of green tea and some English crumpets right now, you know with jam everything. Can’t have coffee and breaky burritos everyday. Or can we? Oh well, I’m getting jacked for the day, I think it’s going to be beautiful, and I’ll try and squeeze in a hangboard session as well at some point. But until then, I wanted to share with you a new video by my buddy Sean McColl. In Dec we went down to Hueco for a week and climbed some stuff. One of the prize picks was this line I saw, it looked improbable. I’ve done V12 and this looked harder than that, so I showed it to Sean right away. The next day I flew home and the day after that, Sean went back and dispatched what may be an upcoming classic. It’s hard to say if anyone has ever done it, the rock crumbled upon first inspection, there was no chalk and nobody we knew ever heard of it, so it’s a probable first ascent. Check out this video just posted, it’s quite good actually for a bouldering clip and it shows the progress well, from stage one through stage nine. Sean even had the consideration to give me props for the vision, he called it, Sunny Side Up. How sweet. He gave it V12, but I think it’s likely hard for the grade, either way – Nice work Sean and Jamie you too for a good filming job, you’re like a tripod man, steady as she goes. Hope to see you guys soon, maybe at the Edge where I can pretend to keep up.