Category Archives: Injury

May 19th

In the two months since my last post a lot has happened. School kept me very busy till the end like usual and then I got a month off from work so I went on a climbing road trip with … Continue reading

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A Little Bit of This and That

The Recent: Spending lots of time at Whiskey, not registering for ABS Nationals this year, Montana Bouldering Championships, my laptop breaking in half, I don’t have photoshop anymore… sad face, weekly photography project, what to shoot?, working in lab,  having … Continue reading

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Winter’s Here for Better or Worse

Its been a while… at first I was hoping to go back up to cascade a few more times get photos and put up something about how the season ended. For me the season ended almost a month ago now … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving – Joe’s Valley Style

Last week Fletcher and I took off for a record long 13 hour drive from Bozeman to Orangeville. The roads were terrible from West Yellowstone south to Price as a huge storm hit Idaho and the Wasatch front. We drove … Continue reading

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Bolting and stuff

A couple of days after I got back from Boulder I received a package of hangers to go along with the bolts and other supplies I got a few weeks ago to start equipping new routes. Unfortunately while fore-running boulder problems at work my … Continue reading

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The Prognosis

Today I went to see an orthopedic surgeon to have another look at my shoulder. The now normal assortment of odd shoulder positions and resisting movement to check the stability of each muscle and tendon ensued. This time they took x-rays of … Continue reading

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