Sunday, December 10, 2006


Currently in the middle of updating the site template and software. Hope to have it finished sometime this week. Made a run on a big route in the beartooths on Saturday, but came up short this time around. Will post a photo later this week. Hope all is well.

Sunday, November 05, 2006

New Stuff in the South Fork

Aaron took photos, Anya belayed, I climbed. Possibly a first ascent up on Carter Mountain. Posted by Picasa

Feeling the November Pain Posted by Picasa

clouds roll in, we roll out. Posted by Picasa

Sunday, October 22, 2006

Aaron declares the ice season has begun. Posted by Picasa

where's the boat? Posted by Picasa

Working it. Posted by Picasa

Sunday, October 08, 2006

Moab to Lake Powel

Last week Anya and I floated the Colorado River from Moab to Lake Powell. 112 miles Through Canyonlands National Park, past the confluence with the Green River, and over the 28 rapids of Cataract Canyon. These are mostly "trip ambience" photos, I'll post some whitewater action shots at a later date.

Day one flat water. Posted by Picasa

Chocolate milk or the Colorado River? Scouting rapids. Posted by Picasa

Camp at Rapid Number Five. Posted by Picasa

Camp Life. Posted by Picasa

Hunkered down for record rainfalls. Posted by Picasa

The benifit of rain, water falls cascading down canyon walls. Posted by Picasa

Sunday, September 10, 2006

Went for a quick run up to Black Canyon lake on Saturday. Posted by Picasa

Monday, September 04, 2006

Camp with our climbing objective looming above us. Posted by Picasa

Anya coming up the first pitch above the first ledge. Posted by Picasa

Anya on the 2nd ledge. Posted by Picasa

Joel leading through the 2nd roof of the crux pitch above the 3rd ledge. Posted by Picasa

Walls falling away to the ground. The last belay before the summit rim. Posted by Picasa

Summit shot, Glacier Lake Below. Posted by Picasa

A return to the lakes and soon to camp. Posted by Picasa

Saturday, August 26, 2006

5 for 5.95

I've worked the past 5 weekends. I don't need to say anymore than that. Instead get your fix from the sweet photo Seftick sent.

El Doctoro Seftiikko, skiing the Skillet Glacier on Mount Moran in the Tetons this past June. Posted by Picasa

which is this, Mt. Moran. thank you very much A. Adams. Posted by Picasa

Sunday, July 30, 2006

Heat Wave

Like my Julys of years past, the heat has beaten down, leaving us to abandon goals till autumn, or at least August. For those of you that were here before the fourth, you had it nice. We hit triple digits every day. Not like we're up to nothing out here. Got in some whitewater, took in a show, and got my paws on a little rock.

John with half his body stuck in a crack near Red Lodge. Posted by Picasa