No Swimming: much of what you know about surviving an avalanche is wrong
Okay, and then there was this skiing piece—
Hucking yourself off your first cliff: jumping off cliffs takes a little practice but isn’t as hard as it may seem
Right, so we’ve got 72-hour marathons, running trails at night, surviving avalanches, and jumping off cliffs. Do any of these sound like good ideas to you? I didn't even write about the 53 year old man who free solos (that's rock climbing without ropes) 1,500 vertical feet every morning. He said the experience was "embiggening" which is right up there with "Danielesque" in my book. Such is life in Boulder. Can't wait to see what's suggested in next weekend's paper.