Month: July 2014

Home » 2014 » July

The Teapot

A new climb we’re working on we deemed “The Teapot.” As you can see it isn’t too far off from our Abajo Mountain backyard. This climb has the view, the perfect approach, and a little variation to your typical climb.  Aid climbing, a.k.a. the dark arts, is a method used to attack a climb that […]


We spent the weekend in Idaho for Isaac’s baptism; catching frisbees, kicking soccer balls, and trying to score the best football catch. We don’t take enough time to express what we believe–one of the greatest things we hold dear is our family. Weekends where we can come together always serve as a reminder of how […]