Category Archive for: ‘Thursday Thoughts’

Thursday Thought: No Child Left Inside

Lila on Mt. Kinabalu, Borneo, at 7 months Last night I was with the First Ascent team at the Eddie …

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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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Thursday Thoughts

Why climb mountains? The answer cannot be simple. It is compounded of such elements as the great beauty of clear, cold air, of colors beyond the ordinary, of the lure of…

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