A week from today, I’ll be giving the first public slide show on the Shifting Ice and Changing Tides expedition from last April. In case you haven’t been an avid reader of this blog, the show will cover the expedition of an all-female team via sailboat to ski first descents in Iceland and Greenland! I was a member of the team and worked on the project for over a year before setting sail last April! The trip was amazing and I hope to bring you along with the slide show!
Just a teaser to get you excited! See more amazing photos like these next Friday!
Date: Friday, January 9th, 2015
Location: Tahoe Art Haus and Cinema, Tahoe City, CA
More info here!
I just returned from a fabulous weekend in the Bay Area where I was able to catch up with old friends and new babies and catch 2 of the America’s Cup races whilst sailing on the San Francisco Bay.
Friday night, “Gourmet Tim” held a backyard BBQ and the food and company was perfect. The next morning, Tim, Max, Jeremy and I set off on a 30 mile bike ride in the Oakland Hills. We even saw Ohio State’s football team’s bus and were able to give them the double thumbs down.
Jeremy rides into the fog at the top of the 1st climb
After the bike ride, we headed to the park and I was finally able to give this beautiful couple
their wedding gift, a custom cornhole set! We enjoyed a few rounds and sent the not so newlyweds off with their new backyard entertainment. Also, check out Jake’s new movie, Inequality for All
, coming out in two weeks!
The Kornbluths with their new kornhole set. Ket’s best sport is yoga.
New and old friends
The next day, I was off to the city to meet up with Greg and Amanda to watch the America’s Cup from Greg’s sailboat. It was a perfect day on the bay – sunny, relatively light wind, and both races were able to run. USA and New Zealand split 1 to 1 and so USA kept the cup a few more days. Tuesday’s races were cancelled due to high winds and so the deciding races could be today!
Greg and Amanda looking for seals and enjoying a perfect day on the bay.
Team New Zealand showing us why the boats are so fast
Team USA in front of the San Francisco skyline. Say what you want about Larry Ellison, but he did single-handedly make this a spectator sport. GO USA!
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