We love this place. Bishop, California: land of snow-peaked Sierra mountains, rich-smelling desert sage, local donuts, baked breads, cheesy bagels and frozen yogurt. And beautiful, beautiful boulders. We drove four long days from Mexico to California, to spend the first 10 days of March in Bishop. We were rushing to make it in time … Continue reading Bishop 2017
Love tufa-pinching? Empanadas filled with dulce de leche? Chickens in the back yard? Sunrises on massive, limestone canyon walls? Delicious street food fried up in front of you? Local veggie trucks? Seemingly unlimited rock climbing potential? Puppies??? Mexico. We cruised the Millenium FalcVan across the continent for days until we arrived in the tiny mountain … Continue reading Escalada Mexico: El Salto
Gathering advice from several friends about how to drive to El Salto in Mexico, one common suggestion was to go as far as possible in the USA before crossing the border. So, we braved ice storms, heavy snow, endless rain, and crossed the country over several long driving days to make it from Victoria, BC, … Continue reading Driving to Mexico
That’s a wrap 2016! Somehow this year seemed to just fly by. It was a trip around the sun filled with both ups and downs, but overall has left us in a place of happiness and anticipation for what’s around the corner next. While reflecting over the year, we came up with a list of … Continue reading So long 2016, Hello 2017
After more than 7 years of adventuring through life together we decided to tie the knot. We had always thought, “if we’re going to get married, we’ll just get married!” – we weren’t really big on the idea of an engagement period. We got engaged on the last day of April and went promptly into … Continue reading We tied the knot!
We leapt into September this year with a vengeance. Graham and I had spent the four months of summer apart. I had a fantastic job doing biodiversity monitoring in northern Alberta with the ABMI (they’ve posted positions for next year already!) and Graham settled back in Vancouver and returned to his awesome job at MEC. … Continue reading What happened to our fall season?
Summer is drawing to a close and it is time to start wrapping up those projects. September is one of our favourite months of the year for climbing, and Graham took it upon himself to usher in the season of Sendtember with style. So now I get to gush a little... Graham had been projecting … Continue reading Division Bell