Monthly Archive for: ‘June, 2016’


Moody morning for a run through the…

Moody morning for a run through the Lake District on the road leading to #Wast Water and #Scafell Pike. Amazing country here, and just wish I had time (and better weather) to explore some of George Mallory’s early climbs. #liveyouradventure @eddiebauer #wastwater #lakedistrict

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The future of all societies lies with…

The future of all societies lies with the next generation, and education is the fundamental cornerstone of that generation’s ability to succeed in all ways. Sadly, in many parts of #Tanzania, education is not a real option for kids. Poverty, family issues, discrimination, and simple lack of schools keeps many kids in the fields instead of the classroom. Fortunately, @africaschoolassistanceproject is changing that. Yesterday, we had the opportunity to visit #Mbasseny Primary School, built with help from ASAP, and the pride of the community and it’s 400 students. It’s truly a game changer for the local community, as students progress with excellent marks onto secondary school and beyond. So proud to be here supporting the good work of # ASAP and the people of Tanzania. Today, we’re off to #Kilimanjaro to continue climbing, fundraising, and supporting #education. If you’d like to make a donation, please do so at #liveyouradventure

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In 7 trips or so now to…

In 7 trips or so now to #Kilimanjaro, I’ve never seen her clearly from the low country here in #Moshi. But, last night, she decided to emerge from the clouds, clad in a fresh dusting of snow on her upper flanks, just in time for the last rays of sun. A great first view of the climb ahead for my friends and clients on this trip, supporting @africaschoolassistanceproject. #liveyouradventure

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Psyched to be headed back to #Tanzania…

Psyched to be headed back to #Tanzania for another climb of Mount #Kilimanjaro! I’ve got a great team of 15 clients, guiding help from my friend @sid_pattison, and an amazing staff, and best part is we’re climbing to support the critical work of @AfricaSchoolAssistanceProject and the building of new songs in rural Tanzania. Climbing the mountain view the #Rongai Route – a beautiful route, and away from the crowds of Machame and Marangu. | In this photo, Mount #Mawenzi – a satellite peak of Kili – rises from the clouds near Mawenzi Tarn Camp. #liveyouradventure @eddiebauer

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