Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Martini Mondays

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Summer Challenge #1

Got to the park at 8am to get an early start and got distracted taking photos of these tiny frogs.

Lone Survivor

In the hot months it usually helps to try to give yourself a challenge in Hueco to stay psyched for the morning before it gets to hot.  I normally just choose an area and try to do all the boulders there.  This year I'm gonna have to build a wall in order to be strong enough to send all the projects left on the plate.

Saturday, August 16, 2014

The End of Summer

Summer just flew by.  Worked a lot and climbed a lot. Wish we got to spend the Fall in Colorado but its time to return to El Paso. 

The Fire Trail
 Boulder street art

 Dark Crystal - Mt.Evans Area A

No More Greener Grasses

Ode to the Modern Man

Sweet Pea wondering why she can't sleep on the Organic pad

This thing looks a lot taller with Collin on it then when you just look up from the ground.

Nature stuff

Thursday, July 31, 2014


A full time job and climbing means photography has kind of suffered this summer.  Heres a few shots from Guanella pass and Rocky.
 Matt Fultz on Crimping Matters right after flashing Mind Matters.

Working Top Notch earlier in the season

Collin on Riddles in the Park.  

Ana doing Love Matters.


Monday, April 28, 2014

Rules of Heat

1.  Bring more water than you think
2.  Go as early as you can.  At least in Hueco it doesn't cool down in the afternoons.
3.  Get where you're going and stay there.  Too much walking in the sun is bad for bouldering.
4.  Don't lay down.  This will kill any remaining motivation you had.
5.  On really hot days try to be out of the park or done training by 11am.  After that the heat just gets oppressive.
6.  Don't climb in the sun (not recommended anytime of the year).

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Hueco Mashup Vid

Hueco Tanks in a Blender from sammyd on Vimeo.

Here's a little vid from Hueco

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

wake up and smell the flowers

Hueco season is not 100% over but Colorado season is just around the corner. There's a fine line between training too much and wrecking yourself for the present and not training enough so that you can send fast at 10000 leagues above sea level in Chaos. . Here's a video too of a new thing that Matt Gentile cleaned up in flag that I was able to do over spring break. There has been a lot of development in flag recently. Check out it out roof town bouldering.
cutthroat from Sam T on Vimeo.