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Boundary Waters – Day 1: Great Team/Group Our instructors seem nice and genuinely happy to be here. The veterans all seem very laid back and, surprisingly, there does not seem to be an overbearing alpha personality in the group. Steve … Continue reading →
Growing up in Lake Wobegon, Texas, I was often told we had the most severe weather in the country. I’ve since lived in Illinois, California, Maine, Kansas, and now Colorado and I’ve been pretty impressed with the severity of the … Continue reading →
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West Coast Trail CT Segment 8 CT Segments 18-21 – Going to be dry San Luis Peak Castle and Conundrum Padre – Failed, redo 3.19 Longs, Mt. Lady Washington, Storm Mt. Taylor Blanca and Ellingwood, Lindsey – Will likely punt … Continue reading →
A buddy and I decided to go after Quandary Peak shortly before the years end after a third party backed out (rightfully) of our initial Mt. Lady Washington plans. The weather forecast called for clear, unseasonably warm (at that altitude) … Continue reading →
Quoting a report from motherboard … Think of the stickiest, record-hot summer you’ve ever experienced, whether you’re 30 or 60 years old. In 10 years or less, that miserable summer will happen every second year across most of the U.S. … Continue reading →
Holy hell we got hammered by Chinook winds (see Chinook tidbits below) over the last three days: Monday 1.9.17 – Weather station registered a gust of 77 MPH, and sustained winds of 50 mph Tuesday 1.10.17 – Gust of 74, … Continue reading →