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- Visual Soliloquy # 1273 The river has taught me to listen; you will learn from it, too. The river knows everything; one can learn everything from it. You have already learned from the river that it is good to strive downwards…
- In Honour of Michael Beecher Smith 4/27/2007
- Visual Soliloquy #1272 They who marvel at the beauty of the world in summer will find equal cause for wonder and admiration in winter…
- Of Hands and Helicopters
- In 2017, what ‘mountain’ will you climb?
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Category Archives: Highest Peak
Having had the privilege of climbing on all seven continents over the past eight years, I thought it was finally time to claim “home court advantage” and take on the challenge of climbing Mount Logan, Canada’s highest peak. At an … Continue reading
I often seek out videos on You Tube and other sites as a way to preview and visualize the mountain I am about to climb. I study the route and land marks as well as what the climbers are wearing … Continue reading
By Michelle Osmond (MUN Today May 31, 2012) “Imagine looking out at vistas of only white and blue with a horizon line that parts only these two colours and that you ski toward for days at a time.” This is … Continue reading