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A few moments later I am standing next to Jay. I clove hitch myself into the belay anchor and finally lean back giving my calves a rest while I rummage through my pack searching for the crumpled brown paper bag. Opening it and removing the contents briefly brings me back to the morning so many hours ago, sitting in a warm coffee shop, while Amanda and I let the adrenaline surge of the accident slowly fade down. My cold sausage, egg and cheese bagel sandwich I saved for lunch. Its now almost 7pm. I rip the sandwich in half and hold out one portion for Jay who graciously accepts my meager offer of sustenance. We have been on the go for about 7 hours now and so far since breakfast at about 8:30am all I have had to eat is a few sesame seed crackers. I don't recall seeing Jay or Amanda snacking on anything. I chug down a few frozen sips of water and then take over Amanda's belay so that Jay can have both hands to eat.


A few moments later I am standing next to Jay. I clove hitch myself into the belay anchor and finally lean back giving my calves a rest while I rummage through my pack searching for the crumpled brown paper bag. Opening it and removing the contents briefly brings me back to the morning so many hours ago, sitting in a warm coffee shop, while Amanda and I let the adrenaline surge of the accident slowly fade down. My cold sausage, egg and cheese bagel sandwich I saved for lunch. Its now almost 7pm. I rip the sandwich in half and hold out one portion for Jay who graciously accepts my meager offer of sustenance. We have been on the go for about 7 hours now and so far since breakfast at about 8:30am all I have had to eat is a few sesame seed crackers. I don't recall seeing Jay or Amanda snacking on anything. I chug down a few frozen sips of water and then take over Amanda's belay so that Jay can have both hands to eat.


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A few moments later I am standing next to Jay. I clove hitch myself into the belay anchor and finally lean back giving my calves a rest while I rummage through my pack searching for the crumpled brown paper bag. Opening it and removing the contents briefly brings me back to the morning so many hours ago, sitting in a warm coffee shop, while Amanda and I let the adrenaline surge of the accident slowly fade down. My cold sausage, egg and cheese bagel sandwich I saved for lunch. Its now almost 7pm. I rip the sandwich in half and hold out one portion for Jay who graciously accepts my meager offer of sustenance. We have been on the go for about 7 hours now and so far since breakfast at about 8:30am all I have had to eat is a few sesame seed crackers. I don't recall seeing Jay or Amanda snacking on anything. I chug down a few frozen sips of water and then take over Amanda's belay so that Jay can have both hands to eat.


A few moments later I am standing next to Jay. I clove hitch myself into the belay anchor and finally lean back giving my calves a rest while I rummage through my pack searching for the crumpled brown paper bag. Opening it and removing the contents briefly brings me back to the morning so many hours ago, sitting in a warm coffee shop, while Amanda and I let the adrenaline surge of the accident slowly fade down. My cold sausage, egg and cheese bagel sandwich I saved for lunch. Its now almost 7pm. I rip the sandwich in half and hold out one portion for Jay who graciously accepts my meager offer of sustenance. We have been on the go for about 7 hours now and so far since breakfast at about 8:30am all I have had to eat is a few sesame seed crackers. I don't recall seeing Jay or Amanda snacking on anything. I chug down a few frozen sips of water and then take over Amanda's belay so that Jay can have both hands to eat.


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A few moments later I am standing next to Jay. I clove hitch myself into the belay anchor and finally lean back giving my calves a rest while I rummage through my pack searching for the crumpled brown paper bag. Opening it and removing the contents briefly brings me back to the morning so many hours ago, sitting in a warm coffee shop, while Amanda and I let the adrenaline surge of the accident slowly fade down. My cold sausage, egg and cheese bagel sandwich I saved for lunch. Its now almost 7pm. I rip the sandwich in half and hold out one portion for Jay who graciously accepts my meager offer of sustenance. We have been on the go for about 7 hours now and so far since breakfast at about 8:30am all I have had to eat is a few sesame seed crackers. I don't recall seeing Jay or Amanda snacking on anything. I chug down a few frozen sips of water and then take over Amanda's belay so that Jay can have both hands to eat.