Monthly Archive: November, 2012

Unofficial Begining

Luke on his way toward the first run of the season  Last October, I was on a bouldering trip in the sandstone belt for the monster snowstorm that ripped through the Northeast.  While… Continue reading


I think Ashley may have done more tea drinking than climbing; nonetheless, we were happy to have her along  For the past seven years, I have spent my Thanksgiving morning climbing.  While the… Continue reading

Five Suds for Sending

Nothing caps off a great day on the rock more than an ice cold beer.  Let’s face it, there is something incredibly soothing about the way an ice cold bottle feels of in… Continue reading


Climbing at the Red River Gorge Almost eight years ago, I left a job that I really enjoyed with people I loved to pursue a “career” in the outdoor industry.  I was getting… Continue reading


Looking across at Mount Tecumseh It’s easy to get caught up chasing numbers in our outdoor pursuits.  Whether you’re chasing personal records on benchmark runs, trying to get a certain amount of days… Continue reading

Five Things to Get Your Bro

**Editor’s note: After giving this post a quick read-through, I decided it would be more hilarious to leave it alone. The author was perhaps a little drunk when writing, and I feel as… Continue reading