Uncategorized | May 21, 2010
“Flakes, Jugs & Splitters: The Geology of Rock Climbing,” a free slide show and book signing by geologist, writer and climber Sarah Garlick, is scheduled Wednesday, June 2, at 7 p.m. in Room 133 of the University of Wyoming Classroom Building.
A UW alumna, Garlick brings the stories behind the boulders, cliffs and mountains of the world’s top climbing destinations. She tells about granite, limestone and sandstone features gleaned from her adventures in Yosemite, Patagonia and Newfoundland.
“Offering an irresistible combination of plucky adventure stories and well-informed, clearly explained science, Sarah Garlick’s presentation of the award winning ‘Flakes, Jugs and Splitter’ was the surprise hit of the 2009 Banff Book Festival. Don’t pass up an opportunity to hear Sarah speak,” according to reviewer Freddie Wilkinson.
Cross Country Connection and the UW Outdoor Program sponsor the presentation. For more information visit: www.rockclimbinggeology.com or call (307) 721-2851.
Photo: Spectacular geology such as this is featured in Sarah Garlick’s “Flakes, Jugs and Splitter.” She will sign copies of the book and show slides Wednesday, June 2. (Jim Surette Photo)