my new rule is one huckleberry cone for every pass or summit climbed.
A big shoutout to our client @gossamergear and their amazing outdoor products! One of our own, @danieldixon, and two of his groomsmen recently made the summit of Mt Whitney (14,496ft) to kick off his wedding weekend!
The link is in our bio to listen in case you missed Sirena's appearance on Broad Perspectives on @kxcitucson this afternoon! Go to "play latest broadcast". Thanks to Aspen Green and Kathleen Harris for having Trails Inspire on the show to talk about adventures, current projects and the @REI multi-sport Women's panel discussion taking place on September 30 at 6:30 at @tucsonhopshop!
The link is in my bio to listen in case you missed my appearance on Broad Perspectives on @kxcitucson this afternoon. Go to "play latest broadcast". Thanks to Aspen Green and Kathleen Harris for having me on the show to talk about my adventures, current projects and the @rei multi-sport Women's panel discussion taking place on September 30 at 6:30 at @tucsonhopshop!
80 degrees, clear skies, 15 miles, for these two guys.
One of the last nights under my tarp on the #Appalachiantrail. I honestly got lazy in setting it up and used the shelters quite some time as even without rain everything was kind of soaked in the morning. Open sunny spots during the day to dry out stuff were not always the case either.
This night though I had to set it up and I was excited. Once settled in though I saw all the bugs and crawlers around me and I asked myself why am I doing this, how have I even been able to make the move towards a tarp if I am so grossed out by bugs? I was losing my mind. It took me a minute to remind myself of the fact that all those bugs and crawlers usually don't want to interact with you and furthermore they don't want to be smashed by you turning over :).
It's usually not comfortable to leave your comfort zone.
Got in my longest run since spraining my ankle in Colorado several weeks ago. It felt great to be moving somewhat quickly again in the mountains. Tagged Kendall Peak which rewarded me with these excellent views before making the short side trip to the Katwalk.