Monthly Archives: September 2010

Scorched on the Southern Arete

Madaleine and I hadn’t seen each other in 25 days, the length of time we’d spent living in the boulders at the base of Proboscis. So, we met after dark on Sunday night on the North Rim of the Black … Continue reading

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Missing my ladies

I miss you girls!

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The Original Women-At-Work Line, VI 5.12 R

A dance party commenced, and walls surrounded me. The dark sky let stars shine through, and I jived with my ipod, laughing at my interaction with this amazing place. We’d achieved our goal, and now joy and relief were lifting … Continue reading

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Topo of the Route

Here is a topographic drawing of the SE Face Original Route/Women at Work (VI 5.12R).  We climbed to the top of Proboscis on August 5th, 2010.  It was a warm, sunny day and we reached the top with large smiles … Continue reading

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Emily’s Rock and Ice feature article

Check out Emily’s recent piece on climbing in Montana!  ‘Big Sky: the seasons and faces of Montana climbing’ can be found in the newest issue #189. I’m dreaming about spacious adventures whilst on the bus to school.

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Dear Mom

Dear Mom(s), We talked about you many times on our trip. Being away made us think of the people we love. All three of us have a deep connection to our mothers, which was something that brought us together in … Continue reading

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