Idiom of the Day
lay in (something) or lay (something) in
to store up a supply of something, to get and store something for future use
The farmer is trying to lay in as much food as possible before winter comes.
Rules to play Rock Climbing
This climbing game includes as many players as wanted. The first climber traverses across the walls and makes the most laps as he can. Then the second climber breaks the record of laps the forst climber did. If he does, he wins, and if does not, he loses.