As I’m planning my Scotland trip a crazy mini-plan is emerging…the idea is to some how acquire a canoe. Canoes are big and heavy and expensive…they wont fit in your checked baggage, let alone your carry on! They wont fit on the train (usually) or on a bus and fitting them on the roof of a car can be quite sketchy…but in the world of outdoor travel I’d still have to say that canoes are drastically underrated. Continue reading
I’ll be in Scotland a month from now (you can read more about my plans here, and here, and here), flights are bought, plans are made (sort of), and now it’s time to start test everything out…mostly because playing with gear is more fun then other stuff like laundry or cleaning my room.
Any way I’m in my tent right now, heroically pitched in the back yard so as to be withing wifi range. Continue reading
My thoughts on some big topics…
Spirituality in the outdoor community is pretty diverse, some folks put their earbuds in and crank out the miles and bag the peaks while other folks start their day with yoga and keep stopping to commune with nature… Continue reading
The Big Picture, Scotland 2016
I don’t really plan adventures as a whole, I get bits and pieces and eventually things start to come together more or less on their own.
That said, I’m going to do my best to give an over view of the trip I’m planning right now. Continue reading
A Reality Check In Adventure Planning
In my experience, the planning is always chaotic. There’s nothing elegant about my adventure planning. The things I should plan get missed while random useless bits get all the attention… Continue reading