While spending unwanted hours working each week, I NEED a dose of trail talk to get me through. Podcasts have changed the way I look at my workload, my mind is focused on better things as I keep busy. It also has helped me look forward to my day, and be able to leave all … Continue reading Podcasts for Outdoor Lovers
Project 333 is a minimalist wardrobe challenge created by Courtney Carver. I learned of her challenge in January of 2017 when I watched Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things on Netflix. I decided to take the initiative promptly. Three months later I am still successful using my minimalist wardrobe. The rules according to her blog are: … Continue reading Project 333
Here I am working two jobs today, daydreaming about last summer biking around the quaint coastal town of Beaufort, North Carolina with one of my really good friends Ashlie. She has a wonderful heart and the type of extrovert personality that can make introverts, such as myself, envious of how she easily connects with new … Continue reading Biking Beaufort
Kentucky is known for caves, more specifically Mammoth Cave National Park, however there are many more all over the state, some not even publicly known, such as the one I got to explore. The cave is on private property and the details of its location have to be kept secret. This cave had been closed … Continue reading Kentucky Caving
As I have been prepping for my trip coming up, I began making lists of food to get at the grocery. The food I went shopping for is somewhat different than the trail food I would eat in other seasons. My requirements for summer trail food: little water needed. (must be more efficient since the … Continue reading Summer Trail Food
Last holiday I was working many hours but was able to take a short break and spend time with family in between the madness that was Black Friday. My brother Lee and I did some urban exploring in Louisville. To adventure one does not always need to seek distant lands, big mountains, or vast oceans, … Continue reading Create Your Own Adventure
This March of 2016 I spent two days climbing in the Red River Gorge with a wonderful and diverse group. The group ranged from 3 years old to a friends father in his 60s. There were plenty of highlights in these two days. I climbed higher than I ever have before and even finished leading … Continue reading Trip Summary/Why We Climb?