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Mark cheap womens north face store Abma, Chris Rubens, and Eric Hjorleifson head down to Patagonia,Chile. The Mission: To climb by nicelyalicet Posted Fri 14 Dec 2012 6:15am Behind the scenes POV from Revelstoke FWT by John Wells Jan. 6th-10th The 2nd stop of the Freeskiing World Tour brought me to Revelstoke, B.C. cheap womens north face store Canada. Consistent rain in Washington at Mt. Baker drove me 7 hours to the interior of B.C. to check up the north face outlet store on Revelstoke who has been in the snow si ... Read on »
Tour Coach: Climbing, Climbing, Climbing by Tom H. Patient Expert Posted Sat 25 Jul 2009 11:14pm By Chris Carmichael - The known contenders for the yellow jersey in 2009 also helped to shift the focus of Lance’s Tour preparation more towards climbing. With Carlos Sastre as the defending champion, Alberto Contador in the race, and Andy Schleck as the undisputed leader of his team (he had been a support rider for Sastre in 2008), it was ... Read on »
Climbing Mt. Caregiver: Conquering the Peak of Caregiving is like Climbing a Mountain by Brenda Avadian Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Wed 10 Jun 2009 8:16am THE MOUNTAIN CLIMB This past weekend, my husband, his co-worker, and I climbed a mountain in the Angeles National Forest to view a plane-crash site. Starting at 4,900 feet, we climbed to 7,900 feet; first, through pine-needles, then scree (slippery rock and dirt along the side of a mountain). We used trekking poles to keep from sliding dow ... Read on »
Climbing Scenes in Non-Climbing Movies by Jason Martin Posted Mon 13 Sep 2010 6:00am High budget narrative climbing movies are a genre in and of themselves. There are not very many of them out there and those that do exist tend to be filled with plot holes and ludicrous situations. But what about non-climbing movies that include elements of climbing? Mountaineering, rock climbing and ice climbing are generally seen as ext ... Read on »
AMTL Part 3: Big Wall Climbing and Climbing in the Picket Range by Jason Martin Posted Fri 18 Jul 2014 1:00pm I just returned from a Alpine Mountaineering and Technical Leadership Part 3 course. It began with four days of big wall aid climbing and then moved into the Northern Picket Range in the heart of the North Cascades for an alpine climbing expedition. The aid climbing section started with one day of rain so we headed to Leavenworth to get the bas ... Read on »
Climbing Mt. Caregiver: Conquering the Peak of Caregiving is like Climbing a Mountain by Brenda Avadian Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Wed 27 May 2009 10:37pm THE MOUNTAIN CLIMB This past weekend, my husband, his co-worker, and I climbed a mountain in the <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" /> AngelesNational Forest to view a plane-crash site. Starting at 4,900 feet, we climbed to 7,900 feet; first, through pine-needles, then scree (slippery rock and dirt a ... Read on »
HealthVault Hacks For Kinect-Not Yet But How About Climbing Stairs Using Microsoft Tags With Automated Input to The PHR by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 03 Jan 2011 12:46pm There’s a lot in the news about Kinect today and I wrote about the possibility of one last week and well it’s not quite there yet but in principle, it’s close with tracking and receiving information.  Below is the post about World of Warcraft and it’s got a pretty neat video with a hack from USC and they talk about how Kinect can be a health to ... Read on »
Consumerism and Climbing by Jason Martin Posted Fri 27 Nov 2009 10:02pm I recently watched the excellent documentary, What would Jesus Buy? The film uses a theatrical troupe that poses as an anti-consumerism church as a window into today's shopping-driven lifestyles. This is a very serious topic, but the church and their tactics are also extremely funny. As a result, the sober nature of the subject matter can be addr ... Read on »
Climbing and Outdoor News from Here and Abroad - 7/29/10 by Jason Martin Posted Thu 29 Jul 2010 6:00am Northwest: --A climber was killed Tuesday on Mount Rainier when he slid into a crevasse high on the Emmons Glacier. Lee F. Adams, 52, was descending from the summit with three other climbers when the last person on the rope tripped and fell, according to a Mount Rainier National Park news release. The four were swept off their feet and, af ... Read on »
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