Cat has had kind of an incredible work-load this semester. I’m writing like mad in the mornings and working at the climbing gym in the afternoons. And it’s been cold. Very cold. These things combined have made for kind of an uneventful and uninspiring winter. For the last six years,
Me climbing at Red River Gorge a millennia ago I turned 30 shortly after moving to Alaska. Before moving to Fairbanks, I used to climb a lot outdoors. Unfortunately, there isn’t much good rock climbing or bouldering in the Alaska Interior. Around the time I turned 30, I made the
I recently went back to college for a degree in engineering. The nice thing about it is that since I already have a degree from this university, this next four-year degree will only take me three years instead of five. I don’t know who said, “Ah yes, a four-year degree.
Hello World! We’re Lee and Cat and we want to share our stories of adventures in Alaska and outside. “Outside” is Alaska speak for “not in Alaska.” But we are usually in Alaska, so most of our writing and photos are about the largest state in the USA. Actually, Lee