You may contact me . . . but there are some ground rules . . .
First, you have to go read my Disclaimer. I'm an attorney . . . I make a living dealing with jurisdiction, litigation, and liability, therefore you and I need to understand where we stand before there is any chance of two way communication.
Second, if you want to ask me about a trade route on a Colorado 14'er, please don't as I simply will not respond. I'm not trying to be a jerk but both the Roach and Dawson guidebooks are outstanding resources and each provides any 14er route information you might want. If those books still don't meet your need, then join a climbing forum on 14ers.com or Summitpost or just check out either site as they both provide a wealth of information. 14ers.com has many helpful members and no fear of new climbers getting abused.
Third, if you have a less traveled route in mind, perhaps south of the Equator, finding climbing and logistics information for the remote parts of the Andes gets more difficult with every step you take off the gringo climbing circuit. We left the trade routes, due in some part to a few kind folks who were willing to relate their experiences. I will "pay forward" the climbers who helped us out and share what I know with others who have similar interests. I do; however, reserve the right to cull out messages from folks who are obviously out of their league or just plain out of their minds.
Fourth, if a photo is missing, a page is screwed up or something similar, I'd like to hear about it so that I can fix the problem. I have been known to forget to link a page to the menu, forget to load photos for a particular page or commit some similarly dumb error. I'd love to hear from you if I've got something broken on the site. If you want to correct my grammar, give some extended dissertation on my use of a different font for my captions or take offense at the size of the headings at top of the page . . . (I'm not making these up) . . . please create your own site as an outlet to your creative frustration.
All that said, address email as follows - chode at climbing with bob dot com. You know the drill, substitute the "a with the circle" symbol for the at, run all the words together, and put a period where I have the "dot".