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
St Claude and The Pembina Hills bikepack compromise
The road looked like gumbo! Stopping, gritting my teeth, and riding one bicycle length confirmed my fears. My wheels plugged up, my shoes gummed up, and I …
Twilight on the Rundlehorn
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
The weight is getting heavier . . .
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 . . .