Monthly Archives: November 2010

We’re back (but never left)

After a week off, I’m exhausted in body but renewed in spirit. It’s what I’d hoped for out of a week of climbing in the desert…except my desert trip was canceled thanks to lousy weather. Instead, I spent the whole … Continue reading

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Important topics

One reason I occasionally peruse the forums is that I could be missing out on a great topic. Like this one on Mountain Project: “Beer drinking, tendonitis and climbing” Enjoy.

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In ski purgatory

Today’s Field Notes is about losing my faith in telemark skiing and converting to the church of alpine touring. Though I skied the new AT gear yesterday and loved it, I still have some tele guilt. When I posted the … Continue reading

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“Wintervention” starts tonight

…at the Boulder Theater! If you’re a Warren Miller fanatic, it’s the place to be tonight. Or tomorrow. Or any night between now and Sunday, and through the day (matinees!) through the weekend. That’s a lot of Wintervention.

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Multisport Extravaganza

Last week I tried to do four outdoor sports in one day — a multisport extravaganza. The story’s here. Malcolm Daly dropped me a line today to say my day of four sports reminded him of the time he and … Continue reading

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