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Eavesdrop: Young Empires | The Gates

Everything I’ve heard from Young Empires so far have been absolute tunes.

Young Empires are a Canadian three-peice with a love of hedonistic synths and guitar-work, knitting together dance music and rock, a concoction I approve of. 124 more words

Music

Climbing Lascar - The Most Active Volcano in Northern Chile

If you ever find yourself in the San Pedro de Atacama area of Chile, Lascar will prove to be an easy volcano to spot.  Its not the famously conical shaped one that everyone takes pictures of, that one is… 1,121 more words

Hiking

Cocaine, Culture and a "Cup of Tea"

Guidebooks, blogs and forums all warned us about the altitude of La Paz, standing at an outrageous 3640m. Freya being a skier and used to high altitudes, and Cat generally being a tough cookie, it didn’t even cross our minds. 384 more words

Backpacking

Attitude, Aptitude and Altitude (By Fenny West)

Your Attitude, Not your Aptitude, Determines Your Altitude

Attitude it is often said: “It is your Attitude, not your Aptitude, determines your Altitude. There are many talented and gifted people who have failed to make any impact or have made very little impact compared to their endowment. 739 more words

Faith Fuel

Running update - more slow & steady but adjusting to the altitude

Running has continued to go well after getting back on my feet towards the end of March. I’m still being cautious and focusing on pacing myself and supplementing my running with plenty of cross-training. 180 more words

Running

A Little Inspiration: First African-American team to Summit Denali

This is just an awesome story. An American Ascent is a film about the first all African-American team, consisting of men and women, to climb and successfully summit Denali. 210 more words

Training

Climb Higher, Grow Wiser, Soar Like an Eagle

Often times we pray for our inconveniences to be taken away. “Dear Lord, please remove this sickness.” Or, “Father, if you would only help my co-workers see my ideas the way I do”. 475 more words

Personal Reflection