Everything in the desert wants to harm you. It’s a true statement. The animals, the…
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“Of all the mountains I’ve seen, the Tetons are the ones that look like they want to rip your head off, but then cuddle with you afterward because they feel bad.”
— Eric (Epic Tour) Morton
“Success” is not actually attaining the goal of experiencing everything you want to, but rather never losing the desire to achieve such a feat.
In a day and age where “photo or it didn’t happen” reigns supreme and the…
What pushes us to keep exploring? What keeps the fire of soulful adventure burning? What drives us to go just a little further despite pain, struggle and not knowing what we will see or if it will be “worth it”? And what makes it still seem worth it when the outcome isn’t what we were expecting?
A Wanderlusting Mind is more than occasionally visiting new places or wanting to take a vacation. It affects every part of you. Your decisions. Your values. Your future.
Some people ski. Some snowmobile. And some keep running through the winter. I keep biking. I do ski. I do snowshoe. But bikes just have a hold on me. I find them magical.
Nebraska: A state of waterfalls, canyons and geological features… wait, what?!
I would say there is one achievement that sticks particularly out in my mind. One that seemed a little “big” and I wondered how I’d break through it. Camping in the backcountry… in bear country… and carrying all the gear necessary to do so.
I think people often view “adventure” as one of those abstract things that they aren’t able to attain. That it’s only for the “lucky”.