A sore ass cheek/tailbone continues to remind me of the hilarity that was the trip up to Snowbird. From the car ride to the last run, this mini road trip is going to stick in my mind for the rest of my life. Mystic Hot Springs was an idea that was thrown in after Nick … Continue reading
Curing boredom as a Rhode Islander, personally means, having a few beers, building something out of recycled wood, staring at my surfboards, or tinkering with the Jeep. One of the only things I hate about living in the North East is the lack of playgrounds. Not the playgrounds where the highschool kids hang out and … Continue reading
While dodging grains of sand and airing out my blistered feet, I found myself picking black schmutz out from under my fingernails and laying in bed at 8pm. Two and a Half days spent wondering the Southern Desert of Utah will do that to ya, especially if you’re a pasty, wetsuit wearing, tender skinned, surfer … Continue reading
Utah bound, story to follow.
I sit here, two days before my trip, piling up all the “gear” I will be packing into snowboard bags and backpacks. After deciding half the junk I piled will be useless on a hiking/snow-hunting trip I decided to cut the list down to 40 essentials. Striving to be a minimalist traverler, I thought I … Continue reading
A good friend of mine had just rolled into town, we got a good session in before sunset and we rushed back home to catch the bands that would be playing in my back yard. For the past 4 months, my landlord had been raving about these music fests she would be hosting in our … Continue reading
“Surfing isn’t just about finding waves, its all about how you get there.” – Sean Davey There is nothing more satisfying then traveling hours upon hours to the most remote areas to find waves. Sometimes you get skunked, and sometimes you score big. Regardless, how you get there can make or break the trip. From … Continue reading
Simple Living is either growing more popular, or “simplests” are becoming more advanced. Regardless, I dig the fact that I can plan a simple lifestyle with just a few clicks. Seems simple enough, right? FairCompanies.com is a site that takes simple living ideas from the grassroot “simplests” and applies them to the regular people that … Continue reading