Monthly Archive: November, 2013


The persistent rain throughout the day on Friday, and a relatively late night out, put my plans of bouldering at Lincoln Woods the following morning in jeopardy. When the text came from Doug… Continue reading

Once Upon a Vacation

Originally posted on Run | Climb | Ride:
As you know by now, Tim and I went on our annual fall climbing trip to the south three weeks ago. I thought that waiting to write…

TMI (Tim’s Mutinous Intestines)

Normally when we think about the natural physical  gifts we have when it pertains to outdoor activities, we think of qualities such as positive ape indexes, low body mass, long strides, flexibility, and the… Continue reading


Early last week, I was surprised to learn that Mount Wachusett was planning to open a week earlier than planned. While this news was both surprising and exciting, it also left me scrambling… Continue reading

Shoulder Season

No matter how many years pass or how many trips I make up north, the arrival of winter in New Hampshire still always sneaks up on me. More often than not, this sudden… Continue reading

The Ribcage

“The Ribcage, V3. A classic and popular short problem. Sit start in a small cave on the corner of the boulder with your hands on your choice of a bunch of chalked holds.… Continue reading


Last Friday, after working our regular 9 to 5 shifts, Ashley and I ate some dinner and departed on the roughly 18-hour drive to Stone Fort, just outside of Chattanooga, Tennessee.  No strangers… Continue reading


Ever since discovering the amazing climbing the southeastern United States has to offer, the southern climbing trip has become a near-annual rock climbing pilgrimage for Ashley and I. Nothing wraps up the climbing… Continue reading