Monthly Archives: February 2011

Cayoosh Mtn.

Richard So is an unlikely backcountry badass.  I’m not exactly sure what his life would look like if he hadn’t discovered the outdoors while at university, but I suspect that he would be very good at video games.  As it … Continue reading

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Maintaining a Presence in the Blogosphere

    As far as I can tell, the success of a blog has as much to do with the frequency of posts as it does with the quality of content.  When the average blog reader is looking to waste … Continue reading

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Dreams of Big, Sunny, Spanish Sport Climbs

It’s raining again here in Squamish and the high freezing level isn’t exactly inspiring me to get out skiing today.  However, I’ll avoid any more ethical ramblings for the time being and instead try to post something more visually, as … Continue reading

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On Chipping: A Few Thoughts Concerning Practical Ethics and Climbing

The following post is both pretentiously pseudo-academic and about climbing.  In short, it is unlikely to appeal to anyone. The weather in Squamish hasn’t been very inspiring lately.  Consequently, the amount of time I’ve spent online reading about the latest … Continue reading

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