Monthly Archives: August 2010

Views

Just a few shots of our views last month

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Ptarmigans and processing

For twenty-five days we lived in a boulder field.  Shades of grey dominated our view of the world as rock was above and below us, and sometimes in our tea.  The white snow transformation was the exception.  Lichens were on … Continue reading

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Icing on the Cake

It’s 11 am. We are sitting on a boulder we just cleared of two feet of snow, within a boulder field we’ve called home for 25 days. Our wall still looms above, a five-minute walk from camp and now covered … Continue reading

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We did It!

This morning the storm broke, and sun shone on the mountains near Mount Proboscis. We waded through 15” of wet, heavy snow, taking down our tents and lugging our haul bags through the paths we’d made over the snow-covered boulders. … Continue reading

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