Archive for July, 2007

Fires in Idaho

Friday, July 27th, 2007

Found this cool satellite image the other day showing all the fires and smoke in Idaho right now. Been hot and dry summer in the west, hopefully the fall will bring some cooler weather.

Living it Up in the Sawtooths

Monday, July 23rd, 2007

The Sawtooths are an incredibly jagged range of peaks, about two hours north and east of Boise. More and more folks from out of state are learning what the locals have known for a long time: the Sawtooths offer some of the best alpine climbing in the country, without the crowds of more popular places. […]

More Stuff on the Way

Friday, July 20th, 2007

Stay tuned for our trip to Canada, climbing in the Sawtooths with Jim and Shannon, and this weekend we are going for a climbing/rafting extravaganza on Saturday. Plus Dave and Jess are on their way up here for the week. The fun never stops here in Boise. It just never stops…

Slick Rock – That’s One Big Slab

Friday, July 20th, 2007

Outside of the town of McCall, about two hours north of Boise, sits Slick Rock. It’s one of the largest chunks of rock in Idaho, about 1200′ tall. It’s a giant slab, so most of the routes aren’t very hard, as you are always on your feet. The regular route goes right up the center […]

Amy & Joe’s Wedding in Montana

Friday, July 13th, 2007

Tracy: On June 22nd our friends Amy and Joe cast off on the biggest adventure of their lives, and we were priveleged to be able to celebrate with them. What better reason to flea Idaho State lines than to see our two new friends tie the knot. We had a standard BJ and Tracy crack […]

We’ve Been Busy

Monday, July 9th, 2007

Damn, the last couple weeks have been flying by! We went to Montana for our friends Joe and Amy’s wedding, we climbed a giant 1200′ slab of rock outside McCall, one of the longest technical routes in Idaho, and we traveled to British Columbia to hang out with our Canadian cousins. Look for posts about […]