Monthly Archives: February 2013

Sam Page review of Enduring Patagonia

Sam Page runs an interesting website called The Mountaineering Review, and he just posted a review of Enduring Patagonia. I’m happy he enjoyed Enduring Patagonia so much, and that he got a kick out of the ball washing stories — … Continue reading

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A Fine Piece — stories & photos from the first ascent

Stories and photos from the first ascent of A Fine Piece on the West Pillar of Cerro Pollone that Jim Donini and I made in 1999. Continue reading

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Parenting, climbing, and Enduring Patagonia – watching my son read my book

Strange experience last night. My 12-year old son Ryan and I were reading at the kitchen table last night when he exploded with gales of laughter. Nothing too unusual about that, except for the fact that he’s reading my book, … Continue reading

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The DC 2 1/2

Photo of the DC-2 1/2, one of the best stories in China’s Wings. Continue reading

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DC-2 Photo Gallery

a gallery of photos honoring the Douglas DC-2 in China, where it served with the China National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) from 1935-1942. Continue reading

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J. Jay Brooks in Patagonia in black & white

These pictures come from the roll of black & white film I took to Patagonia as an experiment when J. Jay Brooks and I tried to climb a route on the west face of Aguja Saint Exupery, an adventure described … Continue reading

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Charlie Fowler in Patagonia

Last week’s post of photos of Jim Donini in Patagonia and Alaska got me thinking of the other great people with whom I climbed during my Enduring Patagonia years:  Alex Hall, J. Jay Brooks, Stefan Hiermaier, Stefan Siegrist, David Fasel, … Continue reading

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