On Episode 268, I connect across the northern border with former climber and current therapist, Lincoln Stoller. Lincoln came up climbing in the 70s, and his wide ranging career in climbing found him partnered with the likes of Fred Beckey, Dougal Haston, George Lowe, and John Stannard. When his interest in climbing waned, he found himself face to face with quantum physics, earning a PhD under some of the greats of the field. Then it was on to a myriad of pursuits including psychology, finance, psychedelics, and ultimately (for now) counseling. In the outdoors, Lincoln specialized in solo climbs, solo treks, solo travels, and after climbing, he found scuba, para-gliding, snowboarding, and became a soarplane pilot. Lincoln has written six books on the working of the mind. He also offers therapy through the American Alpine Club’s Grief Fund.