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Almost Alpine - The Greatest Climbing Film Ever...
Goat Mountain Tenth Anniversary, Waterton Canyo...
A high winter 12er in the Snow Mesa area
So we don't forget these things
Outside article on John Mitchler and high pointers
Winter link added
FL - Biscayne NPHP (Totten Key HP & Old Rhodes ...
Two exceptional Adam Ondra videos. Amazing.
CA - Joshua Tree NPHP (Quail Mountain)
Cooper's hawk perched next to our house
Chip Chace dies
Re: St Peters Dome from North Cheyenne Canon. ...
mating rattlesnakes while biking
Brilliant parody trailer to Honnold's Free Solo...
“In a sense everything that is exists to climb. All evolution is a climbing towards a higher form. Climbing for life as it reaches towards the consciousness, towards the spirit. We have always honored the high places because we sense them to be the homes of gods. In the mountains there is the promise of... something unexplainable. A higher place of awareness, a spirit that soars. So we climb... and in climbing there is more than a metaphor; there is a means of discovery.”
-- Rob Parker
Three friends went down to Mexico one night, got drunk, and woke up in jail, only to find that they were to be executed in the morning. Unfortunately, none of them could remember what they did the night before. The first friend was strapped in the electric chair, and was asked if she had any last words. She said, "I believe in the almighty power of God to intervene on the behalf of the innocent." The prison warden threw the switch and nothing happened. Immediately, the prison warden begs her for forgiveness, and sets her free. The second friend is strapped in and says, "I am a law student and I believe in the power of justice to intervene on the part of the innocent." They threw the switch again, nothing happened. The prison warden begs her for forgiveness, and releases her. The last one, a mountaineer, is strapped in and says, "Before I became a mountaineer, I was an electrician, and I can tell you right now, you're not going to electrocute anybody if you don't plug this thing in."