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Skiing By Instinct

Skiing By Instinct

  “Nature presides in all her dignity, permitting us the study and the use of such her forces as we may understand. It is when we presume to intimacy, having been granted only tolerance, that the harsh stick falls across our impudent knuckles and we rub the pain, staring upward startled by our ignorance.” –Beryl […]

Climb Until Numb

Climb Until Numb

Cold? No, that’s just sending temps. At least that’s what you tell yourself. Shade on the wall had come a week ago and its icy grip was here until spring. As far as I knew the Good Medicine Area had never known sun but I had also only recently come to know the crag. I […]