What is your recipe to Do More?

When I think of how to Do More I’m really thinking, how do I keep doing what I do? Having made a career in the out of doors, these are the questions I have asked myself over the years: How do I keep things fresh? How do I make this all sustainable?  As a guide,...

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What are you running from?

The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown. - - H. P. Lovecraft - - Early in my climbing career I was faced with fear…the fear of falling. It was unknown to me as I had never taken a fall or a...

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Everyone Loves a Rescue…Dog!

-Several winters ago @tetoncountysar was called out to respond to a party of overdue skiers in Teton Pass. Conditions weren’t favorable. It was nighttime, the height of a severe winter storm, deep snow and elevated avalanche conditions. We did have enough information...

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What’s in your pack?

-What in my pack? ---Specifically this is what is always in the bottom of my pack. I train incessantly on how to implement these items and hope to never use them. - --Here’s the gear list and their uses. --1. First Aid Kit ⛑ To see a complete list of my contents click...

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Patient Packaging with a Tarp

--The third reason I carry a tarp---While injuries generally follow being caught, carried and buried in an avalanche it’s not the only way to get hurt in the backcountry. Snow sports and lower leg injuries are nearly synonymous. -- --Thus a plan for packaging and...

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