Just keep hiking

10-second 2020 video: Getting closer to Piegan’s 9,200′ summit.

All five posts today are videos from September 29, 2020. This was simply a hike up through the Lunch Creek bowl to get to the Pollock-Piegan saddle. Then head over to Pollock Mountain to see how far i could get on my own – Pollock Mountain (not Piegan Mountain) reconnaissance.

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Lunch Creek few see

16-second video: Worth a second look. Lunch Creek from a vantage few are privileged to see.

Today’s posts are short Glacier National Park videos shot September 29, 2020 during the Piegan Mountain (9,200′) solo summit.

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The wind chill of life

25-second video from Piegan Mountain 9,200′. Sept 2020. First solo summit.

The wind chill of life does two things:

  1. Provides perfect opportunity for whiners to whine
  2. Provides perfect opportunity for optimists to hope

Most of the time a mountain is windy and cold. You generally won’t know until you get there. Although the odds are low for still, warm summits, you summit anyway. You love everything about it, especially the obstacles opportunities.

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Life goes like this

three ancient wise men
Exchange wisdom with other like-minded people. Compare what they do with what they say. There should be no difference.

It goes like this…

Anger is weakness.

Self-control is power.

Calm is mastery.

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Remembering January 25, 1982

1988 Disney Traditions Facilitator team. Jungle Jeff far left, standing row. Disney University behind us. There’s a story about this opportunity that was interrupted by a promotion from hourly Disney Cast Member to salaried Disney Leader.

Remembering January 25, 1982.

The original intent was simply to ‘pad’ my resume with a name that would counter balance the limited and unremarkable work experience on my resume. Disney seemed like a perfect name to add.

Who knew it would transform our – Cheryl and me – lives?

No one.

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