experiencesstarting with a year in France at age 7 with his family. Soon theymoved to Boulder, Colorado a rock climbing mecca even in the 1950s.He started climbing rocks and mountains and flew a plane before hedrove a car. His love affair with the replica omega Speedmaster Broad Arrow watches international life continuedafter graduating from the University of Washington in 1964 with adegree in math when Gerry served as a teacher in the Peace Corps inBhubaneshwar, India not long after the Peace Corps was formed.
Today, more than 60 years of travel and mountaineering, Gerry haplored and lived in dozens of countries and been on more than 30major replica omega Omega Speedmaster Professional watches expeditions. In addition to pursuing a career as a computerscientist, he found time to run a university outdoor program and teachOutward Bound in Colorado and Alaska.After climbing Mount Everest in 1983, Gerry went on to become thesecond person to climb the highest peak on each of the 7 continents in1985.
In 2003, Gerry became the first person to climb every major peakover 16,000 feet in North America. Gerry received the Sierra Club’scoveted replica omega Omega Speedmaster Racing Chronom watches Farquhar lifetime achievement award for mountaineering in 2005and the Colorado Mountain Club’s rare Ellingwood Golden Ice Ax Award in2006.Gerry is not alone in his ventures. His wife, Jennifer, has climbedover 1000 Colorado peaks including all the 14ers and all 637 13ers. Sheis the coauthor on several of the guide books.