BY OLIVIA MILTNER
Rosemary Casey is stoked.
She says it over and over again as her coach hooks her up to the rope. She reaches out for the wall, and as she clambers up, she sweeps her arms and legs around her, searching for other holds she can use to propel herself to the top.
The thing is, Rosemary doesn’t understand how high she’s climbing, and she has no fear.
Not just because she’s six—but because she’s been blind her entire life.