First off, War Eagle.
Second, I'm getting psyched. Is it weird that my excitement level is directly linked to how cold it is outside? Think about it. When I wake up, walk outside, and take a breath of nice cool air (im talking 40's people!), I immediately want to strap on my shoes, run out back, and start training. How come I can't keep this enthusiasm for the rest of the year? Climbers are no doubt a rare breed... Alluding to my upcoming trip, my Dad asked, "Why are you purposely maximizing the amount of cold you have to endure in both areas?" HAH! Why would I not?? It only makes sense right? Suffer the cold to send hard. Screw being comfortable. However, as I begin to realize that I am actually going on such an epic journey, I'm also thinking about the repercussions. How will camping in the cold for 7 months effect me? Am I cut out for this? Do I even have enough MONEY????
Only time will tell.
Regardless, I have have a few project in mind this fall that I would love to send before I went.
2. Golden Harvest
Speaking of Golden Harvest... Has anyone been to Rocktown lately? What is the deal with that place?