This week's podcast featured Alana Schick from Calgary, Canada who shared her story of getting stuck in a tent for 40 hours when she was caught in a huge snowstorm while crossing the Lillooet Icefield near Pemberton in British Columbia, Canada.
Alana told her story impeccably, and her adventure carried a high gnar factor. Stories aren't judged based on sexiness, but if they were, Alana nailed that too. When I was preparing the podcast for release, I asked Alana if she could share a photo or two with me that I could use for promotion on social media. What she sent in return is this series of photos that give us new perspective to her daring adventure.
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Top, left to right: Alana and partner; Storm rolling in; Tent buried in snow during storm.
Bottom, left to right: Approach to food; Flagged food cache-look closely to see the flag peaking out in the lower right hand corner!); Dug out food cache.
Tim and Angel
The goat in the picture lives in Silverton, CO, and tried to kill us. We survived to bring you this dirtbag wisdom for the ages.