“We are going to be okay,” said Lorena. That’s the first thing I remember. A large boulder that weighed around 1000 pounds had hit me in the head. I blacked out. The last moment I remember is telling Lorena to take the rope because I wanted to take a break. I sat down about 45… Continue reading We Are Going to Be Okay
rediscover yourself. split.
Brooke is a beauty queen. She has golden blonde hair and captivating blue eyes. She is tall and slender. She is polite. She is well spoken. She is highly intelligent. And, part of this beauty queen is this deep love for ice climbing. “You know, when I have had a bad, I just want to… Continue reading Ice Queen
Midweek, I started to feel the adventure gut feeling. I quickly glanced over the weather forecasts in the area. Purgatory showed rain-snow, and all I could imagine is that rain-snow hitting my face like little needles as my shoulder felt that rain-snow slush… Not really that great. I jumped to the Creek, and it showed… Continue reading Escape the Rain/Snow
Let’s talk about ice climbing. I moved to Durango, Colorado where the dirtbags transition from granite to sandstone to ice. I always considered ice climbing to be too dangerous. Plus, I am a snowboarder. This year has been dry, bone dry… Grassy and rocky kind of dry. The ice on the other hand is just… Continue reading Ice Climbing, You Have to Try It
New Years Resolutions that have nothing to do about losing weight
First Trip Abroad to Climb: Kalymnos, Greece.