Monthly Archives: June 2009

From Mountain Man to Cyclist

Over the last couple of days here in Anchorage I have been transitioning from “mountain man” to cyclist. First I packed up all my mountain gear and cold weather clothing and shipped it back home to Florida (USPS Parcel Post, … Continue reading

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Closure after Denali

It’s been 4 days since coming down from Denali and flying off the glacier. Since then all the gear has been dried, sorted, and divvied up between mountaineering (mostly shipped back home to Florida) and cycling. I have been sleeping … Continue reading

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Bad Luck On Denali

Hello again! After 16 days on the mountain we flew out from Kahiltna glacier to Talkeetna airport on Monday, June 22. It was a great trip! However, unfortunately I didn’t reach the summit of Denali (6194m). My highest point was … Continue reading

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Next up: Denali

After a 14 hr busride from Whitehorse I arrived in Anchorage late last night. Today we met with the expedition team (9 clients, 3 guides) for some introductions and a gear check. We also made a quick trip to the … Continue reading

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Mount Logan expedition pictures

Here is a picture of me standing on the summit of Mount Logan, highest point of Canada at 5959m, June 1, 2009: During one short rest-day in Whitehorse I was able to upload some more photos of our expedition using … Continue reading

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