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Quotes for Today

“We speak of nature, of the natural world, as if that were something distinct from ourselves and the social world we appear to have made, seldom noticing that we are in nature and never out of it…” – John Haines, “Fables and Distances” I do not strive to be better than you, or anyone. My […]
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Stone Path Review – Mission & Goals

Along with the Winter 2013 issue of Stone Path Review, we updated our mission and goals for the coming year. Our mission is to create a path across the planet joining and linking artists from any background, working in any medium to form an open, safe, and non-exclusive forum. By providing an online and print […]
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Trip Updates

I hope this blog becomes a useful resource, but of course that requires me to actually have information on here.  I am working on content the next couple of days, and will have a lot of stuff for here. An update on the trips for this year, and my training goals.  The end of June, […]
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Why Mt. Rainier?

Why climb Mt. Rainier?  There are other more accessible, and lower height peaks that could be attempted?  So why a mountain that on average has 2 deaths per year, one of the largest amounts of snowfalls, and many glaciers?  I first got the idea from reading “No Shortcuts to the Top”, by Ed  Viesturs.  A […]
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Trip Updates

An update on the trips for this year, and my training goals.  The end of June, I will be in Washington to attempt my first mountain climb, and hope the Mt. Rainier allows me the opportunity.  In order to get there, I am embarking on a more intense strengthening and aerobic routine.  Also, I am […]
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Welcome

Welcome to Mountains and Ice.  This blog will be about nature, tackling mountains and ice, and the journey it takes to get there. I have often eluded to a deep fascination, almost obsession, with mountains and ice on here.  I have had very tasty bites and morsels of these portions of nature, that have left […]
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Mountains and Ice

I have often eluded to a deep fascination, almost obsession, with mountains and ice on here.  I have had very tasty bites and morsels of these portions of nature, that have left me in its grasp.  I have made the mindful commitment to venture out and tackle a mountain or two, starting with Mt. Rainier […]
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