Danni and Ted know how to rock it. I forgot about the camera for the first hour or so, but when I stopped to think about all the amazing costumes people had, knew what I had to do.t
[Readers might be interested in my 2/2014 addendum to this post.] Backcountry skiing (that is, skiing solely on natural snow surfaces) can mean three different things in today’s world. Three quite distinct things. The first is off-track XC skiing, with light gear and on flatish terrain. While speedy and enjoyable, steep and/or rough terrain and […]
It is out there. 37 inches at the summit of Big Mountain. We’re going skiing tomorrow. Yesterday evening there was a quite a lot in Glacier, even (as shown) at 3905′ (Avalanche Lake). Yeee. Haw! Whitefish Resort uphill policy.
I carved a jack o lantern for the first time in years last night. Over the weekend, M and I finished moving out of and cleaning up our Missoula house, and are now full residents of Kalispell. It’s good to have her up here, coming home to an empty and quiet house last week was […]
The fish weren’t interested in what I was throwin’ yesterday evening, once again foiling ambitions to catch a fish from the packraft. But I was pretty busy taking pictures. You can’t get these from dry land. Vote on your favorite, and explain why!
I’m giving myself a little while to get re-used to working 40 hours a week on a regular schedule, before I again expect myself to get out and train on a daily basis. With a distinct lack of mental energy at the end of every day, it’s really easy to turn my back on ambition, […]
I finished the first part of the year in review video last night, so it is now time to start thinking about next year (like we haven’t all been assembling race calenders for a month already; I’m waiting on the Classic to set a date). On Sunday night I slept restlessly, and as the alarm […]