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Deep Water Free Solo – Ton Sai

July 31, 2013

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Closer to the top The second zone we climbed at separated the climbers from the watchers. One of the guides scurried up both of the moderate routes, and then jumped about 12 meters into the water. Everyone in the boat was a little intimidated, but I jumped in the kayak and headed towards the ladder, refreshed from the delicious Thai lunch.

Give yourself a hi-five, you’re on Ton Sai

July 31, 2013

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Back on-board After turning in the kayak, we evaluated the options on Ton Sai for the best place to post up for New Years Eve. After perusing a few different places, we stumbled into one where a couple of guys were asking the audience if any one can play the drums. I stepped in, and proceeded to jam out with some other tourists playing an odd mix of mellow jazzy stuff with a touch of reggae when some local guys joined in. We played right up to the countdown, and then watched some pretty rad fireworks taking place on the beaches all around. It was a very different place compared to dancing in a bar in Silverton like I did the year prior, but both were undoubtedly some of the most fun I've ever had for New Years.

Koh Lipe

June 1, 2013

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20130601-210027.jpg One of the biggest highlights was when John and I rented a tandem sea kayak and paddled to an island just north of Koh Lipe, called Koh Adang. Koh Adang is a nature preserve, and no one but the park rangers are allowed to live on the island. When we found the deserted beach on its western shore, John described it very accurately by saying it was "like walking into a stock photograph in your computer's screensaver."

Bozeman Tritons Triathlon 2012

August 7, 2012

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While I was certainly stoked for Zack, Sara, and especially my mom for finishing, the real winner of the weekend was my Dad, who competed in the half-Ironman competition of the race. We completed our entire 0.5 mile swim, 13.5 mile bike and 3.5 mile run during the time he was only on the 50+ mile bike portion of his event. It took him 6 hours and 17 minutes to complete the grueling race, and he was pooped at the end to say the least. Way to go pops!

Three Weekends with the Alpine Club

May 20, 2009

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Hey all- I’ve been super busy with school and whatnot, but I thought I’d share some of the stuff I’ve been doing with the DU Alpine Club the last three weeks. Click any picture or title for a photo-album of the trip. Hiking in the Flatirons Climbing in Castlewood Canyon Photo Credits: Mark Lopez Rafting […]