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Climbing the Grand Teton. Again. Part 2.

Climbing the Grand Teton. Again. Part 2.

Check out part 1 After the Marscot incident, which lasted for at least an hour of the approach, the hike continued…on and on and on. Across the valley, to the east, it was hard to miss the forest fire that was front-page material throughout Wyoming (that’s right–Wyoming has newspapers.  Next up for the cowboy state:(…)

Climbing the Grand Teton. Again. Part 1

Climbing the Grand Teton. Again. Part 1

With the onslaught of September came changing leaves, increased numbers of college students in SLC, ski movie premiers, and a 2-week trip to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. First up was a 2-day ascent of the infamous Grand Teton with my weirdest friend, Lindsay.  Having never climbed any sort of route in her life, she also hadn’t(…)

Busi Bawi, Korea

Busi Bawi, Korea

After the saga of Korean train travel wrapped up, I was finally in the climbing capital of Korea: …oh wait.  That doesn’t exist. But southern Korea does have a plethora of crags and a robust, established rock climbing scene. From the subway station, Jean and Sonia took me, through Busan, to Busi Bawi (which, I’m(…)

Rising Tide of the Video

Rising Tide of the Video

As I sit and poach WiFI at the Park City Public Library, still homeless (but moving again this afternoon…into another wretched non-house of a living space), I am astounded by all of the cyber-locations where my most recent edit has reared its ugly, snow-bearded, and generally hidden-under-the-snow head. This video of a solid white screen(…)

Another Wall Picture from China

Another Wall Picture from China

The Road Kicked Me Off

The Road Kicked Me Off

OK. I’m back in Park City, Utah after being on the road for asdfl;kjsdfl;kdjfl;aksjf;laksfj;als—-a long time.  I have about a gazillion photographs and 23492438 gigabytes of video footage to edit, along with about 392328 stories to tell. My computer will be my BFF for the next few days/weeks, as I attempt to adequately understate stories(…)