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Visual Soliloquy #979 Morning is an important time of day, because how you spend your morning can often tell you what kind of day you are going to have…

Morning is an important time of day, because how you spend your morning can often tell you what kind of day you are going to have. ― Lemony Snicket

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Et tu, Brute?

This is Brutus. Brutus probably weighs about 50 pounds with the rim in. Brutus is new to Signal Hill and is still getting broken in so that’s how it got its name. It’s a brut to pull up hill. I’ve … Continue reading

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Signal Hill Seven Times

A quick edit on some training footage-I was trying out the “audio” back on the Go Pro and some different angles and shots off using the ski pole mount. A lovely day to be out on the hill.

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Waiting For Doyle

When filled to the brim with excitement for the new Republic of Doyle Season premiere tonight, what’s a girl to do to manage all that energy?  Go and do the four Signal Hills you promised to Allan Hawco (and 22,000 … Continue reading

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I am the Tow Truck

One morning when I was training for a climb, a guy in a truck roared up and said, “do you want me to call you a tow truck?”  I wasn’t quick enough that morning mentally because about half way up … Continue reading

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Every Moment is New

We woke up yesterday and looked up towards Signal Hill and noticed a strange new cross looking item plastered to the side of the hill. We knew it was new and knew it must not have been there long and … Continue reading

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Epically Wonderful Day on Signal Hill

Yesterday was the sort of gorgeous spring day with the sun streaming out hourly invitations to throw off the parka, throw open the doors, and throw ourselves outside. And we accepted. Graciously. For about seven and half hours on “The … Continue reading

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Learning from the Monster

The major learning of this week came in a much more intimate understanding of friction coefficients. You see, when you drag tire and its rim up Signal Hill, you are aware of every nuance of slope, snow, and ice. You … Continue reading

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