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Adirondacks Featured in Alpinist 30

“Told in Stone: Stories from the Adirondack’s Wallface Mountain”, tells the story of a chance encounter that leads to the completion of a climb on Wallface that was started some 50 years prior.

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Ray LaHood Portrait

New Federal Transportation Policy: Bicycles = Cars

Secretary of Transportation, Ray LaHood, says that the government will no longer favor automobiles in transportation planning and when handing out federal money for projects.

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I Quit My Job

I quit my job. There’s such a stigma attached to those words, isn’t there? Especially in this economy where you’re lucky if you have a job at all. But I just upped and quit in the middle of the Great Recession.

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Saturday Slacklining

For those not familiar with slacklining, it’s a fairly new sport made popular by the climbing community. A slackline is essentially a long piece of webbing, usually an inch or two wide, that is strung between two anchor points.

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Thornton Wilder

Quote of the Week – Thornton Wilder

When you’re safe at home you wish you were having an adventure; when you’re having an adventure you wish you were safe at home.

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California Dreamin'

I’m a lucky girl. I get to call two of the most beautiful places in the world “home.”

California, however, will always be my “real” home.

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