The first days in Kenya have been interesting. It has been a more intimidating experience than I expected. While in the Amsterdam airport, I had to go through security again and packed into a line of an entire group of people I had never been around or seen before. For the first time I think […]
Soon, I’ll be in Sudan hanging with the family, can’t wait! In Nairobi now and today I will have orientation on how to live safetly in Sudan and all things SIM that I need to know. Can’t wait! More later.
I am logged in for a stingy 14 more minutes at an internet cafe while laying over in the Amsterdam airport. Man, it had been forever since I have found myself wandering Europe, since 2006, I think, and oh! have I have missed it. It just has a feel. An international feel no where else […]
Dannnng, I had a week. A week to get everything done for Africa and personal logistics around Dallas and I am still 8 minutes from leaving to go to the airport, with 6 things yet on my list. Arg. It’s been 4 months, officially of my road trip and travels. I have thoughts, but they […]
So, yesterday was a good day. I was a real life rock climber and finally found my lead head in full force and led all of the climbs that I got on. I was rockin’ the Left Flank crag with a Salt Lake homie, Dan, who I put some pictures up from a couple days […]
I’ve been at the red now since the 4th of October, and in the last 13 days, it has been crazy how many pro climbers have been around. Sonnie Trotter, Brad Weaver, Emily Harrington, Lauren Lee, Mike Doyle, Alli Rainey, Kevin Wilkinson, and Matt Segal just wandered in last night and I am sure there […]
It’s been raining here on and off since I arrived to the Red River Gorge, and now will 100% down pouring from the gods today and most likely tomorrow, looks like no climbing til Friday at least, and maybe as late as SUNDAY!?!!? This is Lindsey and me, chilling at Miguel’s, enjoying his wireless internet. […]