In which everyone sends like the truest of gangsters.
In which I learn to not spend an entire day climbing a single route.
In which I kick off the Wild Iris season watching sunsets with hairy men
The sends of the summer on that pocketed goodness at the top of limestone mountain.
A week centered on the Fourth of July in Wild Iris, the wild people I was there with, and the photos that tell their (our) stories.
There are two types of days: climbing days, and rest days. This is a celebration of the latter; the story of what I do when I'm not doing anything.
A month of my life at fifteen frames per second.
Matt meets a new climbing partner, and realizes he hasn't been climbing anywhere near his limit this whole time.
Climbing is a thing in my life again, and that makes life so much better. While the climbing gym in Jackson closed this month, the outdoors
Not such a long wait after all! Memorial Weekend Climbing I went home to move out of Lander, visit Leah, and meet up with Luke over
Alyssa and I had a three day weekend of climbing after a stupendous Fourth of July in Lander with a bunch of friends. Thanks for the
Car camping! Yeah! Luke and I camped out at Wild Iris, about half an hour South of Lander, and enjoyed some high-altitude summer sport climbing. The