March 2021

Mar 8, 2021

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Life has gained structure: I work during the week and ski on weekends. It’s a balance that I’m enjoying, although I’m sure that the novelty of the 9–5 will soon wear off. Nevertheless, I’m having a great time. Here’s my friend Tobias boot-packing up a couloir we skied near Whistler:

A few weeks ago my dad brought me out to Hope for the long-weekend to learn to ice climb. It’s the most fun, yet most miserable sport I’ve ever tried. Needless to say, I’m hooked.

Yesterday, I bullied myself into skiing off my largest cliff yet (bigger than it looks; probably 26 or 27 ft). My friends tell me I need to work on my landings, but I don’t believe them.

That’s been my month. Get outside and give yourself a break. You probably deserve it.

Updated March 8th, 2021 from North Vancouver, British Columbia


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