Dope on a Rope – Dreaming of “Sweet-Dreams”

Baz climbing Sweet Dreams, Blue Mountains, Australia

Last night I dreamt I was back in the Blue Mountains climbing “Sweet Dreams” in the spectacular Blue Mountains, Australia…

And if you are going to dream, it might as well be a sweet dream!

I’m taking it as a good sign!

The foot is recovering extremely well from the surgery and clearly the desire to return is prodding my subconscious!

Perhaps, Brian, my father, is providing some divine intervention already, after all he spent a life time helping others and I can’t imagine he is going to stop just because he’s now pushing up daisies!

And Janet’s father, Archie, well he always thought I was a bit of “a dope” for wanting to climb amongst the world’s highest mountains, and for running around the outback and crossing deserts in a four-wheel drive, Janet and TomO in tow…

So a return to climbing and mountaineering is long overdue and will be a welcome change to the events of the past three months.

And I know many of you are great supporters in my quest to summit an 8,000-metre peak, heaven forbid, Mt Everest, and are cheering me back into the mountains…

And why Dope on a Rope I hear you ask?

Strewth, I must tell you that is how it feels sometimes!

Baz - Southern Alps, New Zealand
Baz – Southern Alps, New Zealand

10 thoughts on “Dope on a Rope – Dreaming of “Sweet-Dreams”

  1. The Guat July 11, 2013 / 5:37 am

    Glad the recovery is going well, and what an awesome sign you got! Definitely a foot in the right direction 🙂 Great pics as always.


  2. joshbakerwriter July 10, 2013 / 3:26 pm

    That looks like a great climb. Looks like unique rock. Keep up the good work.


  3. Mary Strong-Spaid July 10, 2013 / 12:52 pm

    The things you do, I would be afraid to do….but…climbing these mountains looks so exciting.
    Once again, living vicariously through you.
    I love these photos!


    • Baz - The Landy July 10, 2013 / 6:40 pm

      Well let’s hope I live long and we both get to enjoy it for a long time to come, thanks! 😉


  4. July 10, 2013 / 9:58 am

    It IS a great sign! More climbs for you ! Can’t wait to see the photos!


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