Nathan on the Belay couch. Belay loveseat? Beloveseat. Mt. Currahee is probably the closest sport climbing to Athens. I don’t know, maybe Yonah is closer, but we didn’t go there this weekend. We went to Currahee. Evan, Lucy, Beckett, Nathan, and I drove up there on Friday for a half day, and since it’s only about 90 … More Cookies & Currahee
Trying not to think about the fact that I’m hanging from a two-foot piece of fabric 40 feet up in the air. Seven of us went to Chattanooga on Friday to climb some rocks. I don’t know the names of any of the routes we got on, but gee were they fun. We had … More I took photos way up high!
Whenever I walk through the bulk section at Kroger, I must fight to resist the pull of the Naughty But Nice “energy bites.” I’m not sure about their stimulatory powers, but they are an amalgamation of chocolate, peanut butter, and oats that please my carb-loving body and heart. Unfortunately, they cost $10.99/lb., a price I cannot pay when … More Recipe: Cocoatmeal nuggets
This seems to be the norm for approaches at Little River Canyon: Class 4? This weekend, I learned about hiking classes. I’d heard of them before, but as a budding adventurer I was unfamiliar with how hardcore hikers graded their routes. According to my seasoned outdoorsman friend Charles, the basic breakdown is this: Class 1: You’re … More There Goes The Fear
Remember how in my last post, I declared Little Rock City “my second-favorite bouldering spot?” Well, my first-favorite is Rocktown*. And after shredding my fingertips and ego bouldering at LRC, I was aching to get back to Lafayette**. So on Thursday, I posted this Facebook status: I didn’t expect it to work; most people seem … More Summertime Radness: A sunny day at Rocktown