"Some people work hard for important things like food, shelter, safety and esteem, and relish in the comfort and security they achieve. But for some reason, some of us push those things aside and continue to seek some sort of enlightenment through discomfort."
Yes, yes, and well yes.
There’s something charming about beautiful places that not many people will ever visit.
Wanderlust will forever be in my soul
And so begins this year trip planning…….
The chemistry-led quest to create the world’s best super chalk blends for climbers and weight lifters
For some reason I spent my first two climbing years denying myself the use of chalk. Why? Who knows…now I never leave home without it.
At least 12 Sherpas have died and others are missing and injured on Mount Everest after an avalanche swept the South Col route just below Camp 2.
What an incredibly tragic loss of life.
I haven’t seen much reported on this, but does it seem that it’s not as publicized as it should be? Would it be more so if these had been individuals who came to climb rather than sherpas? Or have I just missed the news?
Take a moment to look through these photos and read the brief stories.
Simply stated, they are Boston Strong
I wonder if this would be of any help on NYC subways.
These 50 photos were taken during Andy Laub’s 2011 thru-hike of the Pacific Crest Trail- and they are absolutely incredible.
Kind of makes me rethink my decision to get a job instead of hiking the PCT.
Headed to the summit of Mt. Omu - Romania
I want you to love Iceland as much as I do
Don’t be intimidated by other people’s opinions. Only mediocrity is sure of itself, so take risks and do what you really want to do.
Street camping? I like it.
Memories of Mt. Washington: Sometimes you just need to stop and snap a picture
Much, Much, needed update!
I’ve been a bit Tumblr neglectful this week. Shame on me.
I’ve got a fine reason…
I am officially gainfully employed in San Francisco working at an epic non profit and last week was my first full week (insert unnecessarily loud scream).
Now I am on the hunt for the perfect place to live which means I’m taking off my nomad hat for a while. This feels incredibly weird as I haven’t had a home in almost a year or sat behind a desk, but man, it also feels good.
So the west coast life truly begins and I can only imagine the adventures that await!
Looking forward to sharing the next chapter.
Cheers to new beginnings!
Getting lost on the way back to SF the other day wasn’t so bad with a view like this