When I first moved to South Lake Tahoe, I lived in a three-bedroom ski lease with about twelve other weekend … More
Tahoe Daily Tribune — Just One More Climb
I love the smell of wood-burning stoves in the crisp autumn air. There’s something refreshing in the sound of saws … More
Tahoe Daily Tribune — A Stormy Sunset Summit
The past week or so has produced some amazing displays of afternoon weather. Muggy air masses in the late morning … More
Tahoe Daily Tribune — Why Climb?
Recently I engaged in a conversation with a new friend that temporarily focused on the question of why climbers climb. … More
Tahoe Daily Tribune — Tahoe Weather Discussed
Last February I had the pleasure of interviewing the creator and author of the increasingly popular blog Tahoe Weather Discussion. … More
Tahoe Daily Tribune — A Side Walk in the Sky
“Hey dude, what are you doin’ Sunday.” That’s how the conversation started. “Sleepin’ in,” came the gruff response through the … More
Little Slide and a Snowy Saw Tooth Ride
The Eastern Sierra never ceases to amaze me with its peaks, cols, and other high places. Every time I am over there I feel like I have been let in on a secret, like I have been shown some realm hidden from the common – a place I imagined as a child.