Failure or opportunity? At this point, intent on summiting Pollock and heading over to Bishops Cap is 100% doable. The right rock wall is approximately 30′ tall. Doesn’t look anywhere near that tall but it is. Enough snow has melted that snow is a non-issue.This chute is so steep, and so long. As if there is no end in sight.Making the way over to Pollock and The Great Cleft.Looking good so far.Without warning, way finding becomes difficult…and, impossible.The weather is warm yet windy. At 3:00 PM, i should be going through The Great Cleft now.Only 350′ to summit.This is what 8,900′ views look like.My buddy, Oberlin, right-middle mountain at 8,200;. Mt Cannon top right., Clements, left.Sat here and contemplated plan B’s. Perhaps hike over to the right edge. Analyzing the distance, steepness, and rock structure, and being alone, it was an easy, “Nope”.Glacier National Park, October 2, 2020. When you change what you see, what you see changes. For example, do you have a failure or an opportunity?dad • • • • • This website is about our BODY. To read today’s post about our SPIRIT, click here. By jeff noel Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five interconnected sites. View all of jeff noel's posts.