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After four winters spent writing and shooting photos full time for Stevens Pass, I quit. What will I do with an extra 40-50 hours to burn every week? A lot, I hope. Mine isn't really a personal climbing page, but I do plan on sharing some some of the things that I've learned in the mountains, telling some stories, and posting a lot of photos. My most recent post is about keeping warm and dry, and includes a story about climbing a mixed route on Dragontail some years ago. I'm thinking the next one might delve into my dirtbagging past, and how I climbed Denali with almost no money to my name. 




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Wow, @Dannible that's quite a site!  I will have to read the posts closely as I'm sure you have a lot to teach folks like myself.  And I always love great images!  Thanks!

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