Monthly Archives: May 2011

The most ridiculous sandal

If you need a little laugh this Monday, go check out the Teva Stiletto. I’m thinking about getting a pair — for bouldering, of course — but I can’t decide which color I like better. Perhaps I’ll hold out for … Continue reading

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World record for climbing, 10 feet at a time

At 5 p.m. today, Will Levandowski, a Ph.D. student in geophysics at the University of Colorado at Boulder, will start his attempt at setting the world record for greatest vertical distance rock climbing in 24 hours. He’s going to do … Continue reading

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On the road: “23 Feet” coming to Boulder

The Airstream trailer is the star of today’s Field Notes. It’s also the star of “23 Feet,” a film that’s coming to Boulder Friday night…along with the Airstream it was filmed from. Filmmaker Allie Bombach made a flick about living … Continue reading

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