Cataluyna: love at first sight

Its 10 at night and Im sitting in cafe. Okay it’s a restaurant. But it’s Spain and cafe sounds better. Jesse and i just stuffed our faces after our 3rd climbing day. Best food yet. White asparagus with ham. Chicken soup. Salad. Chocolate mouse. I can’t undertstand Catalan to save my life. On thursday, we…

For the Love of Eldo

While always closer than the smell of bacon, my love Eldo resurged in January with a warm winter spell. Scary Canary was the first new route of year to thaw my addiction to Eldo. The route presents excitement off the ground, as you fiddle in an RP and double or triple zero before making committing…

I Think Therefore I Ambush

A new, challenging route in the Wind River Range was what we desired. Chris and I met in Lander 3 weeks ago, slowly got ourselves organized and hiked into the East Fork Valley on July 17th, for one of the snowiest, buggiest damn good times I’ve experienced in that range. We hired a wrangler and…

MAD Tour Reflections

Check out photos and other updates at lizzyscully.wordpress.com and girlsed.org Lizzy (Scully) and I took this past month and went “East coasting.” Multiple agenda resulted in five slideshows/fundraisers, three family visits, one wedding, three climbing areas, and seven driving days. First of all, we want to thank all the gear sponsors for donating heaps of…

Gunks and Thanks Evolve

Evolve shoes has really helped make Lizzy and my slideshow/fundraiser tour a success, donating free shoes to every show! In need of a respite from travel, Lizzy and I stayed in the Gunks for a week, enjoying the summer swimming holes and climbing into the dark as much as possible. I guess I couldn’t get…

Sending Projects

Ending my spring semester has been a whirlwind of papers, presentations and having a climbing project. Somehow, all has gone swimmingly and I am welcoming the changes that summer weather and plans for adventures bring. Here’s a video that Lizzy has made of me sending the Freeline route on the Rincon Wall of Eldorado Canyon…