Highway 11 along the Nipigon River, looking South. On a recent work trip to Thunder Bay Ontario, I had spoken with my friend Brian early one morning, to arrange a climbing date. He had a board meeting that morning and a family hike planned afterward with his family. He really liked the objective I had … Continue reading Mt Helen in the dark
At 7:00 pm Tuesday evening I looked at Dave and said "Well that's fine, I'll leave tomorrow." He rebuked "No! You don't have to go, I just have to be at work Thursday morning.. early!" The game continued; "What do you want to do?" I asked. He responded with "You have never been to the … Continue reading Twilight on the Rundlehorn
and its a good thing! Todays physiotherapy session was unquestionably and convincingly confidence inspiring. It primarily involved testing and evaluation. The purpose, to establish quantitative limits. I can't deny being pleased. Outside of the overhead lifting, The numbers were especially encouraging. Tests involved pulling, pushing, lifting a crate from the floor and placing a crate … Continue reading The weight is getting heavier . . .