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Adventure Girl

Friday, March 28th, 2008

I’m happy with the childhood I had, and wouldn’t trade it for a thing. However, reading through the life of Bria Schurke it sure makes me wish my parents had would’ve had the travel bug. You’re going to have to cut and paste the link, because I don’t know how to write code like BJ. […]

I’ve always liked Avocados

Wednesday, March 19th, 2008

For many of the locals, Avocado Gully is part of their winter training routine. It’s 13 miles south of Carbondale, and is truly a classic. I know some people use that term loosely, but not I. Top ten reason whys Avocado gully is the bomb diggity bro-bra! 1. A quick 15 minute drive Carbondale 2. […]

La Plata Peak

Tuesday, September 4th, 2007

Last weekend we climbed Tracy’s first fourteen thousand foot peak, La Plata. You can read about it over on BJ’s Colorado climbing site. Here are some photos:

Tracy Graduated!

Monday, August 27th, 2007

Good news, Tracy finished her Math class with flying colors, earning an A+! I didn’t even know you could get an A+ in college. That was her last class for her to get her degree, a double english and communications major. Way to go Tracy!

Nickle Pup the Dog

Monday, August 27th, 2007

Well, we have a new addition to our family. Sarah Nickle Pup lived with Tracy’s brother and his family for the last three years. Recently, they decided they wanted to get another dog for breeding, and Nickle Pup got fixed when she was a puppy. So they gave her to us, and now she’s probably […]

Oh Canada

Tuesday, August 14th, 2007

The last couple of years in the beginning of July the Wilson clan has headed packed up the car and headed north to meet up with the Canadian part of the family. This year we stopped in Couer d Alene along the way for the 4th, and then continued north. The drive to Couer dAlene […]

Back in Colorado

Monday, August 6th, 2007

Well, as crazy as it seems our time in Boise has come and gone. It’s been a fun summer, and I am excited to spend more time there when it’s not so warm. There are so many great, friendly people that I met, and it was a lot of fun exploring the mountains of Idaho. […]

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.

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 […]

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