It’s so hard for me to unplug. I’ve just received new emails, the coffee is only half-finished, and my friends … Continue reading The Struggle Unplugging
So stoked to be on the road in Canada. I’m in Vancouver, about to check out the Boulders Climbing Gym … Continue reading Vancouver! Victoria! Squamish!!!
Recently Revista Escalando (Climbing Magazine in Spanish) did an interview with me about combining a traveling, professional climbing career with … Continue reading Interview: Revista Escalando
There are times in our lives when we are expanding the fastest, learning from our environment as quickly we can … Continue reading The See-Saw
Today had a theme of discipline and caution. Diego, Argentinian. I tagged along with Fer and Carlos to photograph their paragliding group … Continue reading Day with Paragliders
I have a project I’m working on, a tiny book about Vantarian eating for climbers (or really, anyone) traveling on … Continue reading “Van, Life, Food: Vantarian Eating on a Roll”
In 2013, with the help of sponsors GSI Outdoors, Mad Rock Climbing, and KAVU, I ditched a townhouse to live … Continue reading Moving to Mexico
Sinking deeper and deeper into that familiar feeling of crazy depression, my ankle felt almost worse. For four months, I haven’t been … Continue reading A Monster Named Denial
I always remember having the luxury of an American life (perhaps with the exception of camping in the Buttermilks in Bishop … Continue reading A Description of Monterrey’s Poverty
Sunday, I hiked Mt Sherman with an amazing group of badasses who work with Paradox Sports. Who am I to complain about … Continue reading Mt. Sherman’s Wrecked Ships
… It’s not so bad. Anyone can work full time and train hard for their projects. The other week I listened … Continue reading The Dream Life…With a Job
That rocked!!! In preparation for Long’s Peak, I wanted to jog up Rocky Mountain National Park’s trail to the … Continue reading Best. Day. Ever.