How To: Get A Date On Valentine’s Day

Posted by on Feb 9, 2018 | No Comments
How To:  Get A Date On Valentine’s Day

If It’s This Easy, Why Wouldn’t You? This article is intended for all those who are hyper-adventurous, a little crazy, and have no idea where they might be on any particular holiday.  So much so that you may even forget that Valentine’s Day is even happening.  Upon realizing what day it is you are subsequently […]

9 Days of SHT ‘Part Two’

Posted by on Oct 17, 2017 | No Comments
9 Days of SHT ‘Part Two’

‘Part Two’ (We’re picking up where we left off, our adventurer trekking not only through the northern wilderness but also his troubled past.  Ok not that troubled but it’s a little more dramatic that way.) Four years ago the first .2 miles tuckered my weak body out, but today I had eight in before lunch.  […]

9 Days of SHT ‘Part One’

Posted by on Oct 4, 2017 | No Comments
9 Days of SHT ‘Part One’

  A Harrowing Tale of Walking   “So this is how it’s gonna be?!?”  I thought to myself.  I was no more than a few blocks from my starting point and had picked up what I thought was an auspicious find.  That unopened bottle of water in the gutter would wet my whistle for a […]

Things You Can Do With Free Time

Posted by on Dec 16, 2014 | No Comments
Things You Can Do With Free Time

Deciding how to title this post was not easy.  I may have toyed with the idea of labeling my friends crazy.  It’s possible I tried to make you jealous, through bragging about my adventurous friends.  In the end however, I would rather inspire than negate. So let these adventures push you over the edge, out of your […]

Mille Lacs Kathio

Posted by on Nov 9, 2014 | 2 Comments
Mille Lacs Kathio

Sometimes I will have a free day sneak up on me and I just won’t know what to do with it. They are rare and usually a surprise via cancellation or change-of-plans.  However, a few weeks ago, I found myself with a free day.  One that I knew of ahead of time.  Naturally I planned a mini-adventure. […]

My Little Garden

Posted by on May 24, 2012 | No Comments
My Little Garden

You hear that sound of hard, dry dirt on a steel shovel.  Try to imagine the feeling of black soil working its way under your fingertips.  Your hand gently spreads the earth over the precious seeds.   It will harbor them until they emerge from the darkness.  They will be safe, warm, and kept damp by […]