|Dan Rynkowski (8th, '04) Returns from Climbing Sojourn|
Dan Rynkowski (8th, ’04) stopped by Craig during his spring vacation. He had just returned from Red River Gorge, KY where he and four others rented a cabin for a week in order to do some spelunking and rock climbing in the Mammoth Caves. Dan got into climbing a year ago and spent the summer of 2008 climbing the “Gunks” (Shawangunks) in the Catskills. When asked about his most challenging climb, he said “hanging upside down in the Mammoth Caves” (a 5.13 rated climb -- top difficulty is 5.15) “was amazing.”
Dan is finishing up a PG year at Cheshire Academy in CT and has been accepted at Colby-Sawyer College in NH. He is waiting to hear from Curry College in Boston, his first choice, where he would have a chance to see Libby (class of 2007). Dan’s long term plans are to find a job in international business management. To that end, he is currently taking college level computer and web design courses along with “Global Issues” at Cheshire.