Tag Archives: Living with CF

Jack Kruse Cruise

Ok so an Osteopath, a Neurosurgeon and a computer programmer walk into a bar. The tallest asian man most have seen stands up from his chair, drops his pants and sashays into conversation in a pink speedo. narrator clears throat…where to start? Why did the tiger cross the river? Because his grandma did- Tigers on […]

“A night in Paris”

So.. a quick word. We went to the mother land of Bouldering in Fontainebleau France for 3 weeks. After 6 days climbing we went into Paris. Moments after making out in front of the Eiffel Tower Lindsay and I got hit by a car while standing on the sidewalk. The car jumped the curb and […]

Unprecedented Jan15.UAB

Its been 15 days, they wish I’d stay another week. I have been sent home early but never faced this decision. I am leaving the hospital because they can’t do anything else for me. A month before I came in I had struggled with flu-like symptoms that same week-its gotten so I only want to […]

Venezuela: AuyanTepui

Well… after months the story came out in Climbing Magazine November issue of 2014. My comments were refined and amended for public consumption. Here they are raw and unAbridged. I will include the article so you can see Gustavo & Gary’s experience too. Enjoy:) http://www.climbing.com/places/tepui-top-bouldering-in-venezuela/ It took months for me to write this: I finally […]

The Art of Healing-UMMC

http://www.umc.edu/Administration/Institutional_Advancement/Children_s_Hospital/2014-05-01-02_The_Art_of_Healing.aspx So I finally sat down and read this article. Some of it is not factual, as my grandmother says its mostly accurate. For example I am not sponsored by Camelback, our trip we took to Venezuela was. The Yeti at RAMP was 33ft tall. I don’t remember eating steak every night but I did […]

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