Monthly Archives: October 2016

Climbing Mount Rainier has been on my mind and on my radar for a long time, all 14000+ feet of it. I find that it keeps randomly coming up in conversations, and not always by me. Sometimes someone mentions reading about it, or that they know someone who climbed it and suddenly my ears perk up. I have spoken with folks in my hiking and climbing wheelhouse about tackling it and we all… Read More

Grizzly Bear’s “Yellow House” Album is playing and I, sitting on my kitchen floor with coffee in hand am processing. For me this is common. This is my spot. For others it may be yoga, painting, or meditation and such. In this crazy 24/7 life that we are all breezing through at lightning speed I think it is extremely valuable to give ourselves this time to process. Time to filter through our… Read More