American Alpine Club The boys who claim to represent American mountain climbers, much to the amusement of climbers.
BigDeadPlace.com The REAL Antarctica insider stories.
BodyResults.com Mountaineering training information to get you in shape.
ClimbMagazine.com Archives of good info at top of page. British.
EarthTrekUK.net Karl, walking around the world.
ExploreNorth.com Circumpolar area information.
Gripped.com Canadian climbing magazine.
MountainZone.com Climbing and other adventure news.
Mount Everest history A cool Brit website about Mt. Everest (Sagarmatha).
Ouray Ice Festival The cool Colorado ice festival.
RockClimbing.com A comprehensive climbing website.
Summit Journal Climbing and Adventure news. SuperTopo.com Yosemite based climbing info site with good forum.
Sport Adventure Adventure news.
TraditionalMountaineering.org Climbing website with good info, Oregon.aving fun.
i UNDERLINED 'us-all-there' so you'd all see, real-fast... :)
so manyyyyyyyyyyy other links there...
i just put this one section... :)
thought we might like to see this ,too, :))
BuchananLake.com A small lake with floating islands, because the web slave likes it, for some reason.
i'm going to go see it, before i go to sleep...
got to babysit again, the gals dad is in the hospital, :(
and she needs me...
night all... miss you all...
through another LOG on the fire... ;)
miss you being on the ol' quilt doug--glad that the good lord
connected you, and sewed you on, for your time here, so that we all
got to know you....
edit again, :)
wow--sooooooo many links...
good for folks that need to read at night, :)
also--wow, the lake buchanan has soooo much to see...
We had a larger island and a house all designed and ready to build. I don't think I'll do it alone, but we had a great time doing all the research and getting the plans put together.
When we were working on the islands in the lake, the ducks and geese would come over and check that we were not bothering their nests. It was a fun time. I have a whole slide show of when we were building Betty's Island at the lake.
Ran across some photos of Doug from our Blitz Hill climb, maybe June '76. He had identified it as the highest unclimbed peak in the range, but I guess named it after the climb, which we did on the day we flew in.
Doug scrambling on Blitz Hill, eastern Alaska Range