I’m working on it, all of it.
Here are some trout facts you didn’t ask for... also, have you checked out my print shop yet?
Brown trout are one of the most genetically diverse vertebrates known. There is far more genetic variation present across British populations of wild brown trout than between any populations in the entire human race.
A trout can look and focus out of both corners of each eye simultaneously meaning that it can see in almost every direction at once.
Trout can live up to the ripe old age of 20.
fun guy texture study
get it? laugh at me, i’m funny.
I wish I had filmed the dumbest gear rescue of all time which happened soon after these photos were taken... based off of how well ‘free solo’ did, I may have won an Oscar. The films would have been similar, both climbing granite, both skinny white boys, and while we did have a rope, unlike Alex, there was enough slack for a top out of el cap, despite Chritter only traversing across routes 18 feet from the ground, you could have called it free soloing... the QuickDraw was rescued and Chritter is still kicking. Three cheers.
Hold space for each other.
Is it really a trout haven if the trout get eaten?? In recent news, I’ve been mainly vegetarian this month, only eating organic/free range local meat once a week. I made this decision nearly entirely based off the environmental impact of the meat industry. While there’s absolutely no such thing as perfect environmentalism, I really think making little decisions throughout our day to day is a big part of the answer to shifting the paradigm to taking far better care of our earth. Eat local, friendos.
Very very rare pictures of myself making an appearance thanks to @chrittertoalson
picking up my camera in South Dakota this week. I’ve been feeling stronger than I ever have this last month, going into the fall I’ve got a lot of climbing goals, and it feels so good to have those coming into feasibility. I’m stoked to share more images from this trip, SD was like no other place I’ve been.