It was the first bluebird day of the season in Huntington, but as is typically the case on the “rock pile,” winds were hammering start zones and the skis on our packs were turning into sails. After being knocked down to our hands and knees (while climbing over a fun mixture of rock, rotting snow, … Continue reading Intuition

Slowly Pushing Limits

I had no idea the undertaking writing a master’s thesis would be. My imagination fell horribly short in its attempts to create what it would look and feel like to complete this level of academic work. All facets of life were impacted by the project, however, what I truly underestimated was the toll research and … Continue reading Slowly Pushing Limits

Overly Attached

The DAS airing out after a good day on Mt. Washington           My buddies Al and Ryan are gear heads. Engineers by trade, they are able to dissect the tensile strength of any material you show them, the breaking points of the myriad components in a tech binding, and can determine … Continue reading Overly Attached