Jayne and my husband are just barely visible in the photo below. I tried very hard to get a photo that showed the size of these rock formations, but I don't think I succeeded. It looks fairly easy, but in reality this involved some pretty savvy climbing! Luckily my dogs know Go, Easy, and Wait. They will go where they're told at a specified speed, and they will stop and wait. Unfortunately, my husband isn't a good communicator when it comes to Go, Easy, and Wait. As a result, Jayne got himself into some dicey situations and Steve nearly fell to his death a few times. I had Kaylee, and it should come to no surprise that we did better.
Part of my climbing success can be attributed to my choice in footwear. Clmbing in VFFs allows so much more control and flexibility. VFFs allow you to grip the rocks with your toes, and have a better feel for unstable areas. As a loyal VFF wearer, I was duty-bound to take a photo of my feet. This is a phenomena I like to call footbombing. Most VFFers are guilty of doing this at least once. This photo was taken atop a large boulder, probably about 50ft above the water.
Until next time... the end!