Sunday, October 12, 2008

Introductions

Blogs are the new media, yo, and Free the Hills is my attempt to participate. Its about a type I diabetic training for and attempting to free climb in Washington State's Cascade Mountains. I will strive to include a mix of high quality photo trip reports and well researched postings on topics directly and not so directly related to climbing.

In the next couple of weeks I'll be posting often as I recuperate from a bike crash. I'm planning on writing up a couple of trip from this summer, describing methods I've used to prevent and treatment of some common climbing injuries and writing a bit about climbing with type I diabetes.

If further introduction is needed here are a few photos from a trip to the enchantments about a month ago:

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Me, photo by Braxton Osting

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Braxton earlier in the same trip.

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