A wide shot of the Andes Mountains with a snow covered Mt. Ausangate in the center. The 2020 team of eleven are hiking in the foreground on a beautiful day.

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26 Jul
2010
An Accomplishment on All Fronts

by Randy Pierce As I settle into the electronic world to share our excursion details, I'm tremendously buoyed by the feeling of full

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26 Jul
2010
Happy 20th Anniversary to the Americans with Disabilities Act!

by Randy Pierce While there are still many challenges to face with regard to accessibility awareness and education, the world I reside in

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23 Jul
2010
Sense of the Summit

by Randy Pierce Randy, as a blind person, what exactly is the thrill you get from the hiking to the summit of a mountain I understand the

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22 Jul
2010
Confessions of a Former Hike Hater

by Kim Beauchemin So, I have a confession to make There was a time, not too far in the distant past, when I had a love/hate relationship

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21 Jul
2010
Looking to Hale: Moving Concerns

by Jenifer Tidwell On Mount Washington, we learned some hard lessons about how slowly Team 2020 hikes We knew already that we need to

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20 Jul
2010
Reflection on Tragedy – Death on Mt. Washington

by Randy Pierce I wanted to share a personal reflection on an article I read in the news yesterday The article talks about the tragic

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20 Jul
2010
Eager for a Hale Storm

by Randy Pierce What is the "hardest" hike for me The answer, for now, is both the last mountain I climbed and the next mountain I

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15 Jul
2010
Falling For You!

by Randy Pierce This post is not some romantic melodrama inspired by the majesty of the mountain hikes, but rather addresses a common

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12 Jul
2010
Applause for Mother Nature

by Tracy Goyette Hiking with Randy and the large 2020 team translates, understandably, to very little “couple time” for us on the

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10 Jul
2010
What’s the Hub-bub about Hup-pup – and where’s my video!

by The Mighty Quinn Well that was quite the excursion! I could probably generate quite a few pages of observations from my four-paw

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