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Category Archives: Mountain Climbing
“To give anything less than your best is to sacrifice the Gift.” –Steve Prefontaine
I have seen the fear of God in the eyes of four people. These are always an amazing experience. Here are the details behind each: #1 Mt Rainer, I was climbing with Steve Filips, Tyler and Jim Work, at the 12,000ft it was … Continue reading
I was one of the sickest there. My cousin Mike was the sickest of us. My grandpa on the another hand was always sleeping. My sister was sick how I wondered how many more people could get sick. knew we … Continue reading
I was reading an article about an MIT Professor that lost some limbs in a climbing accident. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hugh_Herr Its amazing what some people will do with the situations God puts them it. Hugh goes onto say in this article that … Continue reading
Don’t worry, I really have no interest in climbing this. Mt. Denali is much harder and cheaper to climb. I read this morning that a Nepal cell phone provider is putting a cell phone tower near the base camp at … Continue reading
Here is a helmet cam of the Mt Whitney Rescue http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QsW050TIsv8
Check this out. Omaha is one of the top 10 cites to move to http://realestate.yahoo.com/promo/best-cities-to-move-to-in-america.htm Of interesting note of the 1o people that climbed Mt Whitney. Only one of them was not from one of the top 10 cites to move … Continue reading
Always bring a cell phone even if you do not think it will work Train Train Train Read everything you can about the climb Have a pre-climb meeting to go over with your climbing team what gear you should take … Continue reading
I finally got to talk to Dale and Phil in great detail about their experience. Wow. And the pictures. There was never a point that they thought they were not going to make it. Although there were some very harry … Continue reading