Final Belay Station

A slow, dreamy electronic piece from 1987.  The title is in reference to rock climbing, which is something I used to do a lot of back in those days.  A belay station is a place where one climber is anchored securely to the rock, while they "belay" the person who is climbing by feeding the rope through a breaking device that can be locked if the climber falls.  The picture in the Sound Cloud link above is of me at a belay station on Suicide Rock in Southern California.  I don't recall the name of the route.  The book I'm holding is the climbing guide for that rock formation. Probably just checking to make sure we were staying on the route.