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Maybe my life is not as unlucky as I think it is.
Maybe I am able to find joy even in challenging times.

Last weekend I was able to spend some time adventuring, both in and out of the city. 268 more words


Providence 5k!

This weekend my friend Mike and I decided that we were going to run a 5k for the Providence Police and the D-Strong Foundation. I do a lot of running/jogging to keep up with my endurance but I never ran a 5k before so this was all new to me. 285 more words

A memory of war

This place takes my breath away, not because of the nature, but because of the history that formed here. Marshes stretch far up here, the tracks old and hardly used, the roads neglected. 247 more words


Alaska: A Climbing Guide (Climbing Guides)

Alaska: A Climbing Guide (Climbing Guides)

Author: Colby Coombs and Michael Wood
ISBN: 9780898867244

The definitive climbing guidebook to Alaska’s mountain peaks, from the Southeast to the Brooks RangeDetails 80 routes throughout AlaskaNewest addition to The Mountaineers Books’…

A climber turned away twice by disaster on Everest explains why she risked it all to try again

I met Mel Southworth at on April 26, 2015, at Everest Base Camp, the day after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake had rocked Nepal and sent an avalanche crashing through our city of tents underneath the world’s highest mountain. 1,723 more words

Melissa Arnot Is The First American Woman To Summit Everest Without Oxygen

On Monday, Melissa Arnot of Ketchum, Idaho successfully climbed Everest without the assistance of supplemental oxygen and thus grabbed one of the last relevant honors left on the world’s highest mountain. 261 more words