Nice to get out and put some faces to names. Though there were so many people I didn't catch half of the names. e.g. Who had the yellow Royal Caribbean shirt? Ironically that is where I got into climbing. My wife and I went on a belated honeymoon last year and there was a climbing wall on the ship. I find it ironic now that my coworker had been trying to get me to go out for 10 years and it took a wall on a cruise ship to make me realize what I'd been missing. Sad but true.
Looking back at the pics, the wall actually wasn't all that bad considering the clientele.
Anyway, back to NST. My vote for "climbing move of the day" had to be Eric (Erik?) on Waterslide, the 5.9+ friction. He was a move below the one and only bolt which is about 20' off the ground when he peels, runs down the slab and then jumps the last 4' or so and lands perfectly on the not-so level ground. Turns around without even blinking and gets back on it. Peels again, this time back-pedaling down and manages to catch himself on a small ledge, while standing on the rope and willing himself back onto the face so he doesn't do a cartwheel off backwards and land on his head. This time he only pauses long enough to say that he might need to work on his slab technique. By now there are about 4 spotters jumping into place, but he marches up it and sends. Sorry if I misremembered the name, there were like 30 people there.
I'm still up for making at the next outing, but they'd be much better at a bbq in the hot sun. Icy cold drinks in the cold of night and having to drive afterwards isn't a great recipe.