Monthly Archives: July 2012

Mt. Audubon in a New Light

I haven’t climbed Mt. Audubon since, gosh, was it really 2007?  This is a shame.  It’s a big, easy mountain, with easy access, spectacular surroundings, and great views and trails most of the way up; it’s a popular mountain for … Continue reading

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Stag Party

Boys night out!  Wooo!  Party!  Joe and I took our first father/son camping trip leaving Amy and Ella at home for a little chick-flick-watching, slumber-partying, whatever-it-is-that-girls-do-when-they-hang-out-ing.  We were joined by Chris and Susan with Michael and Katie as well. I … Continue reading

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Nine Lakes and a Summit

Worst case scenario: just run back out the way I went in.  Admittedly, having to see the same set of gorgeous alpine and subalpine lakes twice doesn’t constitute much of a worst case, but there were more compelling options to … Continue reading

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Tri as I Might

So I did my first triathalon.  Or at least first since the mid-90s.  My friend Dave runs this little shin dig called the Friendy Tri; a very low-key sprint distance triathlon in Louisville.  Fourteen of us gathered for 500 meters … Continue reading

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