First off, let me say that these tips will not be coming from me! (This will probably make you more inclined to read on.) I am a novice, nervous whitewater kayaker at best – Clay Lucas on the other hand.. … Continue reading Tips From a Whitewater Kayaker: Success On and Off the River
When asked, “Which is your favorite Hawaiian island”, one in particular tempts me most in my reply. The truth is that I do not have a favorite island. I love Oahu because it is my home, offers the most beautiful … Continue reading How to Explore Hawaiʻi (the Big Island) in Seven Days
Last week I embarked on my first open-water multi-day sailing trip. It was all things incredible! It turns out that a couple days spent on the open ocean basking in the sun, snorkeling, fishing, and learning more about the sport … Continue reading 10 Must-Do’s for a Most Epic Sailing Trip!
Icebreakers, long road-trips, and late-night campfire chats sometimes lead to hypothetical, whimsical questions much like this next one. Maybe it is a question that you have been asked before. Which three items would you save if your home suddenly caught … Continue reading Life on the Edge: Part Two
Hey friends – it has been a couple of weeks! Thanks for checking back in! Last week, Clay and I returned from a most-epic trip to Kauai! Between then and now I have been showing friends around Kailua and getting … Continue reading Kalalau Trail – The Na Pali Coast
Everybody loves a good road-trip! Clay and I have had the pleasure of four cross-country road trips to date, and there is still so much more of the country to see. Working seasonally (April – October) at Wet Planet Whitewater … Continue reading Secrets to the Best Road Trip Yet!
In March of this year, I was presented with an irresistable opportunity – the chance to trek to Everest Base Camp. As I have previously mentioned, the invitation from my girlfriend, Alex, came at the most interesting time, as I was … Continue reading Everest Base Camp & Nepal Relief
I never planned to live in a tent. Sure, I liked camping, and I certainly loved travel. But prior to experiencing life in this minimalist way, I had two preconceived notions. First and foremost, I believed that the only people … Continue reading Tent Living: Not Just for Hobos and Hippies