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As far as home bases go, Boulder is a pretty good way to go. It’s reasonably close to an international airport;  has access to cheap good food or opulent excellent food, mountains, college speakers, central location on the North American continent; etc. That said, having a super chill home base can make it a little hard to get out....
Sunday, October 26, 2008
Argentina Part Three
These entries will certainly be updated to include more of the trip, but in the interest of getting something up, this is the (current) last entry of argentina- southern Argentina, Patagonia. Expect either a five or seven part series on Argentina to replace this at some point. These pictures
Monday, October 6, 2008
Argentina Part Two
Above you see one of spiritual centers of the world; south america’s quantum hills. The mountain has it’s own allure, but the carved forest at tree line adds a whole new dimention (see right). Also in the lakes district we have Bariloche (directly below), which feels as if it has been transplanted
Friday, September 26, 2008
Argentina Part One
Buenos Aires is the largest city in the southern hemisphere, often referred to as the Paris of the South, and with good reason. Just a quick sampling of some of the sights we took in; directly above is the outside of the Recoleta cemetery (spire top right and tiled dome mid-right), where a large
Friday, June 6, 2008
Midnight Frightening
There has been a lack of updates recently, in part because of a lack of sending. That’s not to say that there has not been climbing; just more trying and less succeeding. It gets hard to get motivated to post attempts and failures, but the post need to continue regardless of success for two
Friday, April 11, 2008
Big bend
Utah is cool, crazy and STOUT. Chaos to the right and a hard V2 below.
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