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  • 22 October 2014: How to Build Wands - SCARPA Team Newswire copy
    I know – the moment you’ve all been waiting for.  Both of you. As detailed in my previous post, I’ve built a lot of bad mountaineering wands before arriving at this solution.  I like this design as they stay put in deep snow for weeks on end, withstand wind, are easy to place, easy to […]
  • 21 October 2014: Ski Mountaineering Wand Making – Greatest Fails - SCARPA Team Newswire copy
    According to Malcom Gladwell’s theory that a person can only achieve true mastery of an activity by doing it for ten thousand hours, I’m almost a wand building prodigy. This is nothing to be proud of (except if you are my mom) and came about accidentally when I was building wands to mark ski mountaineering […]
  • 16 October 2014: Wands for Ski Mountaineering – Part One - SCARPA Team Newswire copy
    Wands are an obscure and trivial part of ski mountaineering, which makes them a perfect topic for straightchuter.com.  I’ve carried thousands of wands, placed hundreds and actually used them for emergency navigation about five times, which made it all worthwhile.  It’s hard to describe how calming and reassuring finding a wand can be when you […]
  • 10 October 2014: No Barriers Grand Canyon Expedition Reflection - SCARPA Team Newswire copy
    Some of you know I celebrated my birthday in the Grand Canyon during our No Barriers expedition. What an amazing place to have a birthday party. That night, the team [...]
  • 9 October 2014: Kayaking Blind Grand Canyon Celebration - SCARPA Team Newswire copy
    My recent No Barriers Grand Canyon expedition was my most physically and mentally challenging experience yet. It was a big stretch for me and my team. Throughout, there was plenty [...]

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