Hey, Sam, your footnote is a hotlink to a real site-- in no way connected to me.
As with edk and strat, the Adirondacks figure prominently in my 2004 non-Gunks plans. I've been researching multimedia opportunities for kayaking to hikes and climbs in the eastern, western, and high peak sections of the Adirondacks. I'm only 7 hills away from a complete second round of the Adirondack 46 (I'd have re-finished already if I didn't keep going back to Algonquin (10x) and Marcy (10x) and several others), and I want to make progress on that. True North on Gothics, Gamesmanship at Poke-O, Pete's Farewell. Some more routes on the Barkeater cliff.
A NH tour including Rumney and Whitehorse.
Hope to get to the Sierra in September for the SE buttress of Cathedral Peak and sport climbs in Clark Canyon.
Driving to visit my mother on Cape Cod, I hope to continue my exploration of miscellaneous climbing venues in eastern CT and RI (have visited Lantern Hill, Chatfield Hollow, Lincoln Woods, Durfee Mgt. Area, etc., plenty of others out there).
In general, climb what I can, enjoy all of it, share good times with some great people, see new sights, continue doing new-to-me stuff, and rejoice every day that I'm mostly still ambulatory!