I didn't realize what a mistake I made going to Red Rocks until I got back. I had so much fun there, that I now have no interest in climbing back here. I am trying to work up some enthusiasm for climbing the "vertical kitty litter" that is Red Wing. Or the
soaring towering low cliffs of Taylors Falls. But I am struggling to do it. I keep checking the weather in the Black Hills (the weather there last week was perfect for climbing, BTW.) But I am not going to the Black Hills until mid-June. I keep thinking of the climb I did in Yosemite last year but I am not there now and currently have no plans to go back there.
So help me get motivated. Tell me what you do. (I think I know all the recommended ways of motivating myself. Such as, "bloom where you're planted." And, have a goal and make a plan to achieve it. And - maybe this is the best one for me now - commit to scheduling climbing with others. )
What else do you recommend? (I know one thing you'll tell me: stop using terms like "vertical kitty litter." OK,and then what?)