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Czeching out new places

I’m quick to fall in love with a new place.  I don’t necessarily think that it’s a bad thing, but it’s always exciting to adventure somewhere you’ve never been and have this connection and desire to stay for just a little bit longer. 1,076 more words

DIS

15 Gambar Yang Membuat Anda Gayat Dan Hampir Kencing

Mungkin bagi yang tidak mampu menahan, anda akan terkencing sedikit demi sedikit tanpa anda sedari. Mungkin juga tapak kaki dan tangan anda akan basah dan menghasilkan sebaldi peluh. 581 more words

Dunia

Fate, are you a believer?

A couple of months ago I decided to put aside my climbing ambitions in Nepal this year after my sister, Debbie, was diagnosed with advanced cancer. 310 more words

The Blog

The road to NIAD starts with...

…a little crag in Central Mass. (I should clarify that NIAD = Nose-in-a-Day).

My friend Clint, a Yosemite encylopedia who did a fair bit of climbing around here in his student days at Harvard, suggested Crow Hill Ledge as a spot to practice jumaring, given the proximity to Cambridge (less than an hour), not very long approach (I would have said “super short” in my pre-accident days, but approaches are never too short for me these days), and sufficient height and over-hang at Fisherman’s Wall.  900 more words

Spinal Cord Injury

Climbing at Eagle Rocks

The evenings are getting longer as we enter spring and that can mean one very good thing – mid-week outdoor climbing :)

On Thursday my buddy Colm and I set off for a few routes on Eagle Rocks; a nice crag on the side of Slieve Donard. 18 more words

Mourne Mountains

Exercise Or Extra fun?

It can be easy to derail from your health and fitness routine when you have a significant other or group of friends whose hobbies includes social drinking and eating. 477 more words

Fitness

One Year On

It has been one year since my injury. One year since I tore a part of my knee using a heel hook while bouldering. One year in which I made my injury worse and in which I’ve been trying to recover so that I can climb again. 1,168 more words

Rock Climbing