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    Going Up: The High-Altitude Life of REI Member #14

    virginia-kelley-rei-memberToday’s guest blogger, REI employee Stacey Cook, shares her interview with Virginia Kelley, a climber and REI member from the co-op’s early days. Virginia, who recently turned 100 years old, enjoyed many years of climbing with Clint Kelley, her husband and REI member #14. ...

    Posted by Steve T on May 22, 2013 9:00 AM & Tagged Climbing, Mountaineering and REI member | permalink | Comments

    Let Us Document Your Next Adventure

    Did you enjoy Monday's REI Blog video about the Colorado family taking their baby out backpacking? We sent pro videographer (and nice guy) Larry out with that REI member family to document the first trip into the wilderness with their baby, and he came back with something really inspiring.   We'd love to have Larry film more REI member trips in the near future so we can share them with you here. If you have a trip planned for September or October, leave us a brief description (50 words or less) ...

    Posted by KG_old on August 24, 2011 7:27 PM & Tagged REI member, adventure and video | permalink | Comments

    Member Profile: Dave Ohlson Discusses Filmmaking in the Himalayas

    fileREI has nearly 4 million active members, but a comparative handful participate in some extraordinary adventures. Meet Dave Ohlson, a Seattle based filmmaker, high-altitude mountaineer, blogger, REI member (for 21 years!) and aspiring emergency room doctor whose filmmaking adventures have taken him to such mountaineering hotspots as K2, Ama Dablam and Pumori. Dave and I sat down to discuss some of his recent excursions and projects.  How did you start filmmaking? In 2001, I was in Nepal trying ...

    Posted by Lea D on June 29, 2010 5:22 PM & Tagged Climbing, Dave Ohlson, K2, Photography, REI member, filmmaking, himalayas and mountaineering | permalink | Comments

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