Welcome to summer, a.k.a. chaco tan season. Time to get off that couch and get those sweet sandal tan muscles a-flexin’, folks. … More Do You Even Chaco Tan, Bro?
To all of those who are in college or simply elect to be paid ten dollars an hour for the pure joy of working outside and fostering love of the natural world in the next generation, I salute you. … More There Is No Sleep Like the Sleep of a Camp Counselor
Leaving Boulder was weirdly difficult. I find that the longer I stay in a place, the more it feels like I’ve got peanut butter on my feet when I try to leave. There are always a dozen little things that get in the way. I misplaced my phone charger, I needed to go pick up … More When Road Tripping Isn’t So Fun…
There exists on this site the guide to taking a mountaintop selfie, but I realized that the game changes when you’re on a mountain with send sticks strapped to your feet. Here are a few key tips to get you going on taking your most “legit,” “epic” and “sendy” selfie ever. Make sure to turn … More The Subtle Art of Skiing Seflies
Author of Blog Mentioned in Mountain Project Journal Article About a month ago I was riding my bike home along the Goose Creek path in Boulder, pondering the little split I was starting to see along the soles of my climbing shoes when I looked up and saw the sign for “Rock and Resole” right … More “A Person Wrote a Thing About Me! (Kind of)”
This past Wednesday, after only two and a half days in the office, Molly McCahan of Boulder, CO was feeling pretty down about life. “I just couldn’t get up the energy or enthusiasm for anything,” she says. “Maybe it was all the sleep I lost over the weekend thanks to Frozen Dead Guy Days overlapping … More BREAKING NEWS: WOMAN SPENDS AFTERNOON OUTSIDE AND FEELS BETTER ABOUT LIFE
Happy Valentine’s Week everyone. While most of the consumer culture would have you believe that this is a time to celebrate and show your appreciation for the romantic love you have in your life, I’m here to tell you that, no; what you need to be worried about is whether or not you’ve found yourself … More Tips and Tricks to Find Your One, True Climbing Partner
Inspired by diagrams, I present you with my thoughts from the week, brought to you with the help of the brilliant Toby Hammer. This is serious science. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF felis catus WITH A COLLECTION OF S. cerevisiea AND lactobacilli (SOURDOUGH STARTER): CATS: meow/purr have fur/hair will bite your face walks has legs, eyes, etc. is corporeal carnivorous … More A Comparative Analysis of Cats and Sourdough (this is what I did this week)