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Life in Colorado

Unless you want to wake up to one of the most beautiful views of the mountains every morning and feel lucky to be alive, you might think about living somewhere else other than Colorado. 391 more words

Real Estate

The freedom to move

Lying here is no hardship.

What do you see?

I see everything.

A season gently shifting. The glow of late sunlight on the crest of a beech tree. 782 more words


Keep calm, big move onto decent smear – nothing for hands, crimp hard, more big moves, backs hurting, now the crux – shit I’ve been holding my breath! 250 more words


Grab A Rope

The state of Idaho is completely underestimated. The moment I felt like I was getting bored of what Idaho had to offer, it proved me wrong. 227 more words

Sharing our fears with our students

I am not a risk-taker in both the physical and not-physical sense. Thinking myself adept in the process of cost-benefit analysis (just not the math kind), I have made sure to make choices that put my planned-upon success before the risky kind of success. 689 more words

Curriculum And Instruction

Rock 'n Rope

There are two parks in Utah (yes, UTAH) on our travel itinerary; Arches National Park and Zion National Park. Last year a friend lent me the book “Only Pack What You Can Carry” by Janice Booth which convinced me that we needed to try canyoneering. 294 more words


Five people, five climbs and all at 6A Max!

I have a friend I respect highly, whom when he recommends a film to me I know for a fact I’m going to think it’s rubbish. 2,349 more words