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Wallowa Hut Trip 
Just back from 4 day backcountry yurt trip in Wallowa Mtns NE Oregon. Great operation WallowaHut.com!







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Chris Sharma, Kevin Cocco & Jeremy Jones 

Had the amazing luck to run into two of my favorite athletes of all time at the same time during the Salt Lake City Outdoor Retailer show. Arguably Chris the best climber and Jeremy snowboarder of all time.

Jeremy Jones

TGR - Deeper Trailer from IronFistMedia on Vimeo.



Chris Sharma
Sharma Video


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Ice 

Alex Lemieux and I climbing GWI

Tree exit, step over, wild! Climbing up no problem, coming down hike/cartwheel ouch!

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Dr. Magali Lequient Veterinarian ... has moved! 

Shout out to all Salt Lake and Park City pet owners!
My close friend Magali Lequient has moved from University Veterinary Hospital to White Pine Veterinary Clinic. I can't recommend her enough, amazingly sharp and compassionate vet. Magali is also an ultra hard mountain women, that continually kicks my ass back country skiing, climbing, biking, trail running, ...
Cheers Dr. L!
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Wilderness First Responder 
This Saturday I finished my Wilderness First Responder certification at the University of Utah's Medical center through Wilderness Medicine of Utah. Great instructors! Fun group of Ski Guides, Climbing Guides, Wilderness Guides,..., Snowmobile, Horse and one Computer Scientist (me). If the class wasn't being taught by a med student there was always one or more in the class to dive deeper into the how and why. I may travel to Kenya to assist in the training the Mt. Kenya climbing guides next year? Sounds amazing....
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