Monthly Archives: December 2011

Inter-Holiday Limbo

We are post-Christmas, and still (by about one day) pre-New Year.  Hence, Holiday Limbo! Life has been good in Harrisonburg, even though the weather has been too warm for the season and for my liking.  We spent Christmas with my family … Continue reading

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Sasha DiGiulian Climbs “Pure Imagination,” 5.14d

Sasha DiGiulian is the first American female to climb at this level.  She’s 18 years old.  All I have to say is that this is simply incredible.  The video pretty much says it all.  Watch and feel inadequate…

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Social Media on the Crags?

When I logged into Facebook today, I was interested to see that several organizations/individuals I follow (National Geographic, International Mountain Equipment, Inc., and Tommy Caldwell) had linked to an article that appeared on the New York Times website yesterday.  The … Continue reading

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Bean Update

This is going to be a bit of an atypical blog post for me and this blog…  Instead of talking about my latest adventure, I will instead give you a Bean update, and then talk about baby stuff for a … Continue reading

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Another Great Day at Seneca

On Monday, I was finally able to get back to Seneca and climb again.  Josh visited (up from Roanoke), and we were able to snag a nice day (by “nice” I mean “not raining”).  You can read Josh’s sermons each … Continue reading

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