Karen and Jack Marshall at the belay below Pancake Flake on the Nose of El Capitan, Yosemite. It was windy and cold that morning and they were swinging around in the portaledge.
Karen leading the world's best looking thin hands crack. Squamish, British Columbia.
Cleaning a pitch high on the Zodiac, El Cap, Yosemite.
A male Orca and a handful of females surface right offshore from our campsite on a small island in the Johnson Straight, British Columbia.
Megan and Amy pose by Grizzly Bear tracks along the Toklat River, Denali National Park. We saw three separate Grizzlies that morning along the river - including the giant one that left these prints before heading onto a slope to munch on blueberries.
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