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Gunther Holtorf’s 23 Year Road Trip-
July 31, 2012

Gunther Holtorf’s 23 Year Road Trip-

Gunther Holtorf’s 23 Year Road Trip- This is a man we respect.  This is a man who deserves respect. His greatness is well summarized in the first few lines of the video below.  “This is a man who has to be one of human histories greatest travelers, and he has done his journey completely under…

Follow The Snow Tour 2011
June 2, 2011

Follow The Snow Tour 2011

Record powder days as the search for endless snowfall produced some truly epic skiing! Now I don’t use that word lightly, “epic” as I believe it is a precious and only a special set of circumstances produces such a day! I set off on the adventure of the year in my Dodge 4×4 with super…

Rip Curl’s – The Seven Ghosts Video
April 4, 2011

Rip Curl’s – The Seven Ghosts Video

The 7 Ghosts Video from Rip Curl Tip 2 Tip- Leave it to the folks over at Rip Curl to continue pushing the limit.  A few days ago they released a trailer for an upcoming video called “The Seven Ghosts.” The Seven Ghosts is a wave so perfect, so imagined so strange that most can’t…

Indian Cove Rock Climbing
March 23, 2011

Indian Cove Rock Climbing

It’s March 2011 and there are only a few weeks left before the rocks get too hot to climb at Joshua Tree National Park in California.  Not to mention the most campsites in the park are booked months in advance, so where do you go? You go to a place where the beer flows like…

Big Trouble In Little China – Hong Kong
March 6, 2011

Big Trouble In Little China – Hong Kong

Well, technically its China. The Island of Hong Kong was actually first seized by the British in 1841 in what is referred to as the first Opium War waged by the British against China. It was returned to China in 1997, but officially it is termed a SAR of the Peoples Republic of China. SAR…

Why You Need To Go See Thailand
February 20, 2011

Why You Need To Go See Thailand

I have to admit, I love Thailand. The people are warm and inviting, the islands rival the Caribbean, the food is off the charts and everyone loves the King! I was most recently in Thailand back in 2008. We traveled through Bangkok on our way to Koh Samui and to catch the Full Moon Party…

180 Degrees South – Couquerors of The Useless Movie Review
February 17, 2011

180 Degrees South – Couquerors of The Useless Movie Review

If you have ever had the desire to pack up and leave it all, to shed your corporate robe and go in search of pure life, then this is the movie for you. The fine folks over at Woodshed films and have teamed up with Patagonia and Kashi to bring you 180 South – Counquerors…

Climbing Half Dome at Night in Yosemite
August 25, 2009

Climbing Half Dome at Night in Yosemite

I am 27 years old, and after this trip I wonder why I waited so long to finally go to Yosemite. The place is awesome and the whole valley looks like a postcard.  You can literally see exactly where the Glacier came through and carved out the valley.  Yosemite is also home to 3 famous…

Pipeline – North Shore of Oahu
June 27, 2009

Pipeline – North Shore of Oahu

If you ever think you have seen a big wave, go to the north shore of Oahu, Hawaii during a big winter swell. This was a small day and they were still 8-12 feet Hawaiian. If you have never been, the best part about this wave is that it literally breaks about 40-50 yards from…

Bangkok Dangerous
June 14, 2009

Bangkok Dangerous

Bangkok is one of my favorite cities in the world.  The people are warm and inviting, the city is clean (all relative of course) and everyone loves the King.  You can pretty much see anything you want there and the curry is unreal.  I suggest staying out of Soi Cowboy and checking out Jimmy Wong…

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