The Kentucky Dirtbag: A Spring Break at the Red River Gorge

(Featured Image: Scoping out “Omaha Beach” (5.14a) and “Transworld Depravity” (5.14a) at the Motherlodeon a cold day.)​Most of us need to exert extra effort to find the wild. Our communities of concrete, electricity and pavement often keeps us closed to the harsh beauty of our environment’s more organic forms. Yet, Eric has been an outdoorsman […]

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Sustain the Stoke: Being Prepared

Every adventure is five parts work, one part fun. All of the work we put in to making our fantastic ideas for travel realities in itself makes the trip daunting, but there’s a few tricks we can all employ to make sure your next excursion isn’t just successful – it’ll also be memorable. Not memorable […]

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Adventures to Inspire: Panama

A Journal on the Power of Adventure (October 2016)​We haven’t even been on the road for a full day yet. It’s a crowded metrobus ride to Panama City, and many of the passengers are painfully aware of the herd of expat children from the states. I’m packed into a seat with my traveling backpack on […]

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