Monthly Archives: April 2011

Weekend Ticklist: Naked (running) stuff

Today’s Weekend Ticklist for Boulder is all about being naked. Not really. You see, the marketing for Sunday’s Naked Extravaganza is just a big tease. It’s about barefoot running. So I guess that isn’t a tease if you have a … Continue reading

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Dash and Dine 5K series starts tonight

The Dash and Dine 5K series starts at 6:30 p.m. most Tuesdays over the next two months (but not all Tuesdays — check the calendar) at Boulder’s Coot Lake…and the first one is today!

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Finding his tribe at the Boulder Rock Club

When I first learned about Liam Orlando — an 11-year-old who has had two organ transplants and is now climbing at the Boulder Rock Club — I thought wow, two organ transplants, that’s a lot for one kiddo to handle! … Continue reading

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This weekend in Boulder

This weekend in Boulder and beyond, there’s good stuff going on — as I’ve outlined in today’s Ticklist. Like the Mead Roubaix. And a survival clinic tonight at REI Boulder. But the latest news (which I didn’t know about when … Continue reading

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Tom Hornbein–Mountaineering Excellence

The Denver Post ran a great story today on mountaineer Tom Hornbein, who lives in Estes and though 80 years old, can still be seen scrambling around Lumpy Ridge. Hornbein will be inducted into the Hall of Mountaineering Excellence during … Continue reading

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Rubber ducks, kayaks, a good cause

All I’m going to say is that I love this.

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At SCS Nationals in Boulder, community

Today’s Field Notes is about the Sport Climbing Series national championships, which took place in Boulder, at Movement, this past weekend. The prevailing spirit I felt at the comp? Community.  

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