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Josh skiing off of a 50 foot cliff at Solitude Mountain Resort in Utah.
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Demonstrating the egregious heel-breaking act: Inverted
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May 30, 2014 Posted by Josh in Thoughts

Injury-induced Musings and Internal Reflections

There’s nothing like a debilitating injury to lead one’s consciousness within. Spawning sudden cases of the woulda-coulda-shouldas as the internal brainwave chatter grows louder. Quieting the mind seems near impossible while thinking about lost and misused opportunities both past and future. Such is the challenge I’m faced with once again as I stare longingly at my booted foot while my fractured talus travels is slow mending path.   Read more

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Climbing and Skiing Solitude's Fantasy Ridge

It seems I’ve found a new favorite place on the planet (for now). I’ve spent last two winters teaching skiing at Solitude Mountain Resort in Utah to build funds for our travels. While at Solitude, I’d heard tales of the legendary Fantasy Ridge and the serious nature of the skiing that lay within its chutes and rock-laden ridges. It wasn’t until I chose to venture up the Ridge myself that I realized the brevity of this wintry world which overlooked Solitude’s resort boundaries.   Read more

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Van Dwelling at Yellowstone's Mammoth Hot Springs

Our first stop in Yellowstone was Mammoth Hot Springs. Realistically, the pictures and video of Mammoth’s travertine terraces, steaming hot springs, and gaunt dead trees will do it far more justice than our words could ever do. So in the interest of short reads and our ADD society… enjoy our visual representation of Mammoth Hot Springs.   Read more