What's I'm seeing now-ishDeception Falls during our snowy hike#RenéMagritteNew Year's day means time to get in cold waterSo #climbing community, I need some advice. Does this call for Gorilla Glue or JB Weld? I'm pretty sure my standard duct tape isn't right for this? #WrongAnswersOnlyTesting a custom Arduino board designed by @mimicrobots. It controlled 256 multicolored LEDs to create #UnderGlow on Avery's jogger.
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Tag Archives: kayaking
Seventy48 Training Begins… again
Last year I learned about the Seventy48 and started training for it without really knowing what to expect. I went in a bit nervous but had a great time and decided to do it again. Since Avery, my adventure buddy, … Continue reading
Posted in Adventures Tagged kayaking, Seventy48 1 Comment
My experience at ToorCamp
A few months ago, friends mentioned that they were going to ToorCamp and thought it was the sort of event I’d enjoy. As I looked into “The American Hacker Camp: for hackers, makers, breaks & shakers” I started getting very … Continue reading
Seventy48 Race Report
TL;DR – I finished the Seventy48 race, kayaking 70 miles from Tacoma to Port Townsend in 15.5 hours and I’m ready to sign up for next year. One of the lessons I’ve learned from doing various long distance events is … Continue reading
Posted in Adventures Tagged kayaking, Races, Seventy48 3 Comments
I’m often looking for a way to challenge myself and last year while listening to a Beer on the Run podcast, I found something that will push my limits. Jack and Clint were interviewing Joel Ballezza, mostly about his running … Continue reading
Posted in Adventures Tagged kayaking, Lake Washington, personal challenge, Puget Sound, Seventy48 6 Comments