The Sochi Olympics

By |March 8th, 2014|


It’s hard to even begin this post, about the Sochi Olympics, because the entire experience has been such a whirlwind.  How do you even explain a surreal period of time? For so many months; the preparation, the planning, leading up to the 2014 Olympics, nothing can describe what it felt like…to walk through the entry […]

From one to the next, an 8,000’er, and the top 10

By |January 25th, 2014|

This year’s schedule for competitions is demanding to say the least.  The UIAA has shoe-horned 5 events into just over a month, then…the demonstration of ice climbing at the olympics, finishing off the last weekend of feb in Ufa, Russia, for the world championships.  It’s intense…from start to finish.  No time for real rest, just […]

First Round-Korea. Feel the excitement

By |January 14th, 2014|

6 months ago I started preparation for this season’s World Cup competition tour.  Who’d a thought it would have come so fast.  I’m in an airport right now, Amsterdam, en route to the second round.  July was when the plan took effect and now, I’ve just left Korea after the first round of competitions for […]

Too many minds

By |October 21st, 2013|

Climbing, competitions, #theroadtosochi, family, #vanlife, business.  Too many minds.

“Please forgive. Too many mind.

Too many mind?

 Mind sword, mind people watch, mind enemy.

Too many mind?

Too many mind.  No mind.  No mind.”

This little dialogue is from a movie, “The Last Samurai”, where good ol’ Tom Cruise is learning to be a swordsman whilst being held captive in an […]

Along the way

By |August 20th, 2013|


To help with this crazy adventure, supporting my dream and aspirations as a world cup competitor, AND TO GO TO SOCHI, RUSSIA to represent Canada at the Olympic Venue, promoting ice climbing click the donate button.  Thank you.

Along the way we experience the inevitable. We cross paths with the unknown every moment of ever day. […]