How summiting can become more satisfying than scary
Absolutely amazing. Spent my childhood hood in Colorado in the summers helping build houses. I had forgotten just how beautiful it is. Looks like it might be time to revisit. Best of luck on your race.
Hello! I stumbled on your blog because I signed up for the women's hardrock camp and am now panicking trying to read every course description, wondering if I'll be able to complete the group runs! Eeek! Can you point me to any resources? Have I made a mistake??? Will I survive??
Amazing. And so inspiring. I know that fear but am impressed with how you have addressed it and met it. I will try to do the same!!
I’m continually amazed at your bravery and willingness to take on new challenges. The 14er climb and the via ferreta (with a recent horrible death -yikes!) both would scare the bejesus out of me! Well done to all of you!
Ooof, the last nugget about the woman the fell...GD was not expecting THAT. You buried that lead with aplomb per usual. Thoroughly enjoyed your recap and photos...from sea level. Good luck at RRR and stand by for greatness from my amiga Tara Dower (coming off her FKT last month) who is toeing the Hare line. Cheers.