Category Archive for: ‘Perspective’

Thursday Thought: The Oft-Forgotten H. W. “Bill” Tilman

I've long been an admirer of Harold William "Bill" Tilman (1898-1977). I first encountered his name – and his legend …

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Thursday Thought: Criticism, Conservation, & Politics by Teddy Roosevelt

I've always been enamored with Teddy Roosevelt. A gallant, eloquent statesman, he was also an ardent supporter of conservation in …

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Thursday Thought: Get Travelin’ – October 15, 2009

  I’ve always loved to travel…Visiting foreign lands, experiencing new cultures and worldviews, religions and politics, never ceases to expand …

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Thursday Thought: Hegel, MLK, Obama, and the Dalai Lama

I definitely tend toward the left side of the political spectrum, and identify myself more as a Democrat than otherwise. …

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Thursday Thought…Working with Passion

I was reading Colorado Biz Magazine today – which, by the way, is a great publication! – and their article …

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Thursday Thought…on Friday morning…

Sitting here in the Vancouver Airport waiting to fly home after 5 days in Whistler for a conference with Eddie …

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Thursday Thought, September 17, 2009 – Video Version

Well, late but not too late…It's still Thursday – for another 2 hours – here in Colorado. Got a bit …

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Thursday Thought, September 10, 2009

One of the questions we, as climbers, get quite often is a simple one with a remarkably complex answer: Why …

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Thursday Thought

One of the first climbing books I ever read was the classic Scrambles Amongst The Alps by Edward Whymper. It …

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Thursday Thought…#2 for today

Generally, I would only post one Thursday Thought…and, generally I stay out of politics on this blog. But, with the …

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