Sheesh. I almost forgot my password here.
After climbing the East Ridge of Mt Logan (and traversing the whole mountain) in the Yukon Territory, I sort of lost motivation to write about my adventures. Too much to put down in words. Almost a book amount of words happened. Maybe I’ll write something about it someday but you can read a 5 page spread about the trip in the October Climbing Magazine issue if you have it laying around somewhere.
Anyhow, for once in my life, I think I’m climbing enough that I don’t have time to write about it. Well, except for now.
Maybe I’ll try to spray more in the future. I just don’t really care anymore. Though, it’s cool to look back two years and read about climbs I did and see my progress.
I will add though, the year of 2014 was probably the hardest and most rewarding year I’ve had. I managed to get out 91 days outside on my tools playing around and trying to avoid gravity. There were many many tense moments. If anything, I have become even more thankful for family, friends, and this passion I’m still able to do currently.
I’ve learned even more so, that life is precious. But you got to live it until the end.
I’ll try to write a little more here. Now that I sort of got my life back together. I say that sarcastically.