No I am not talking about the ecomonic recovery, I’m talking about my recovery from open heart surgery. Well, so far so good! I have been able to ski for 7 days so far, 2 of them in the back country so that’s great. I feel great. I have more energy. [...] . . . → Read More: An Update on the Recovery
Santa brought me a shiny new tripple by-pass. . . . → Read More: Look what I got for Christmas!
Well the plan was to back pack for 5 days and maybe hit 3 14ner’s. Well that’s what 5 other guys did. No one to blame but myself. I burned the candle finishing my tent. By Friday night at midnight while I was sealing it in my kitchen I realized I was supposed to be [...] . . . → Read More: What the Hell Happened?
It turns out that it appears that Steve and his partner were doing all the right things. Moderate Avi. forcast, beepers, shovels and probes, track on the side of the slope. It was just a big avy. Steve as taken 3000 feet down the moutain, his partner was 400 feet above [...] . . . → Read More: More on Rando Steve
I have been a follower of the blog TetonAT for years. Steve Romeo who ran the site was a beacon of inspiration and stoke for backountry skiing. His comments, photos and videos were fantastic and really gave a good insight as to what the Tetons are like in the winter. Steve [...] . . . → Read More: RIP Steve Romeo