I rallied to Colorado to shoot Lynn Hill for Petzl, finalize on some routes I bolted (and they clean and open to anyone), shoot some more with Goodtimes Tattoo, and get my van. And now… I am back in Cali. View full post »
I figured I could make this video quick and easy as well as pack it all into a simple 45 second video… NOPE! This one was work and sure hope I executed well. My wishes are that you will learn something or pass it along to someone who might. Thanks for checking in everyone and have an AWESOME weekend.
Enjoy a video that speaks about one of my favorite sponsors… I love these guys. Great product and an awesome team of real people. I have a RAD “job” for sure. Thanks Gregory.
The latest of the series from Eastern Mountain Sports is TRAD CLIMBING… yup… I know SO much about that one. (Sarcasm) Thanks so much Emily Harrington for the help as well as The North Face… Enjoy everyone!!!!!!!!
It’s surely been an interesting summer and I really can’t lay out every detail but I can say this. It’s been a time of change. I always embrace new things and believe that these healthy experiences and motions create who we are. I mean that’s what I love about life, travel and climbing. But the ugly things are always present in ways we never see… sometimes right in front of us. The fears of change are common in most people I know. I find climbers to be some of the most adaptable people on earth and trust that my climber folk are the ones who never fear an evolution. Relationships, pace of life, health, and opportunities in my world are never the same and yes… it can be exhausting and emotional sometimes.
Sooner or later I am going to write up a normal blog post on what the hell I have been up to lately. Basically I have been on the injured list with a partially torn bicep… yeah… real bummer. I canceled my trip to Australia and will be heading there likely in the Spring time… April? In the mean-time I have been trying to get on top of my other business obligations and endeavors like videos and sponsor work. Life is good, but always a little heady and rough when your body isn’t allowing you to do what you love. The doctor said I will be back to full strength over a little time and that is the best news possible really. I just have to be smart and as usual seize the day in all aspects of life… if you climb as much as I do you will surely go through a rough patch from time to time and that’s what I would call this.
Enjoy everyone and thanks so much for checking in.