Call me Steph Curry, because I’ve been dropping buckets left and right. However, I’m not talking about basketball. What is one supposed to do if they accomplish most of their personal bucket list items before they’re 26 years old? Well, of course there are always more things to accomplish. There are also ways to expand […]Read more "Dropping Buckets: Updates and Reflections from the Last Five Months"
After some time away, my segment “Pairing: Hiking and Beer” is returning, the time for the state in which I currently reside, Washington! I must admit, this pairing is one I labored over for a while. Seattle has a plethora of great breweries, but the state’s greatest hikes are many times a couple hours of […]Read more "Pairing: Hiking and Beer (Washington)"
Want to know how to maximize your diet? It’s simple! Ditch the fad diets and pricey supplements, eat the right foods, and the rest will take care of itself. It’s important to properly fuel up for all outdoor sports, whether hiking/backpacking, trail running, rock climbing, kayaking, or cycling. Read this short article by North Face […]Read more "Eating for the Outdoor Athlete"
To get to Seattle, I drove across the country from Connecticut. I’m certainly no road-tripping expert, but here are my tips from the road on how to have a great time: Food Food is one of the best things about driving across the country. My suggestion is to forget about calories, and try what’s good. […]Read more "Tips for a Successful Roadtrip"
Going to Colorado and not sampling their finest selection of brews is like going to New York City and not trying a slice of pizza or a bagel. It’s like going to the Maine seacoast and not trying their lobsters. Dietary restrictions aside, of course. Going to Colorado and not hiking is like going to […]Read more "Pairing: Hiking and Beer (Colorado)"
In honor of my most recent visit to Maine, you know I’d have to do a hike and beer pairing. As usual, I got to sample of the finest in local trail and brew. Maine does not disappoint. Maine The Hike For the hike, we’ll head to Acadia National Park. After my recent time at […]Read more "Pairing: Hiking and Beer (Special Edition – Maine)"
I told you I might be back with some special edition pairings! Here’s one! In Part 2 of 3, I featured the great state of Vermont. However, I suggested that either Vermont or North Carolina is the beer mecca of the east coast. Well, I was fortunate enough to spend last weekend (April 27-28, 2013) […]Read more "Pairing: Hiking And Beer (Special Edition – North Carolina)"