Timmy O’Neill: That concept of being inspired is beautiful and we ask ourselves, what are we inspired to do. I know you spoke about becoming a mother with Aaro Storm being out in the world, what are your thoughts on risk and adventure?
Emily Harrington: Obviously that’s at the forefront of my mind a lot now. With our baby, who is now 6 months old, and just sort of wondering what he is going to be gravitating towards as he gets older. And, you know, what we expose him to is a lot of mountain adventure. He’s already been to several climbing areas, been skiing, been exposed to the mountains in a lot of ways that many babies his age haven’t yet. I think there are two sides. I’m excited and terrified for him to embark on a life that emulates ours in the mountains. Obviously, we all deal with a lot of risk and a lot of loss, but like Hilaree was saying in the film, we are so passionate about it, it’s so important to us, that it is worth it to us. I hope he can find something that he is so passionate about as well. If it entails risk, we can teach him to think very thoughtfully and very carefully about it. I don’t think risk should be eliminated from our lives. I think it’s very important to learning about who we are so I just want to teach him to think about it carefully and move through the world with passion. Of course, I’ll be terrified, but my parents were terrified as well. So it comes full circle I guess.