The average historical snowfall on Mt. Washington for the months of October (17.6in) and November (37.8in) sit well below this season’s current totals; unofficially 100+ inches from late October through mid-November. Interestingly, this precipitation outlier was accompanied by equally as strange low wind speeds (based on data gathered from unscientific but incredibly fun “fieldwork”). Additionally, … Continue reading ANOMOLIES
(Beth topping out in Left Gully) “When was the last time you skied in an all female group?” My mind raced searching for at least one example in which I was the sole Y chromosome among my ski partners. I couldn’t find one, so I lied. “Umm, I think once a while back when I … Continue reading LADY POSSE
The following words were read to the Waynflete upper school before departing for our annual Outdoor Experience trips. …….I wasn’t a great student….but I was a really good thinker, and the place(s) where I did most of my thinking was outside. This wasn’t a mistake. Woolf, Einstein, Wadsworth, Tchaikovsky, and even Jobs, all recognized the … Continue reading A Letter to my Students
I begin each winter with clear personal and professional goals. This year all plans had to be changed or abandoned due to injury and great personal loss. What resulted was a winter spent trying to heal physically and emotionally, searching for answers to life’s unanswerable questions. This video commemorates the lives of Brad Lord and … Continue reading SOLACE
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