Archive | The Original Adventure

As most of you know on May 1, 2011, I left on what would turn out to be a two year journey across the United States and Canada. Below are the original blog posts chronicling my adventure. I had absolutely no idea of the natural wonders I would encounter, the beautiful, remote places I would visit and the dozens of wonderful people who would turn out to be lifelong friends. While that particular journey is at an end, the adventure certainly continues. My hope for this section of the new website now is that it can be used by anyone looking to visit the remote and wonderful places you might not otherwise find across North America.

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Ready, Set, Go! Iditarod

For all the people outside of Alaska in the lower forty eight, the Iditarod  is something you may or may not have heard of.  Up here and to many fans around the world, its like the Alaskan Super Bowl! Now that I’ve been in Fairbanks for almost 6 months, I’ve had the amazing opportunity to learn […]

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Fairbanks Follies-The Adventure Continues

Here I am still up in Fairbanks and surviving after almost 5 months!  What a weird, wacky, wonderful adventure its been. I’ve endured -50 degree temperatures, ice rain, ice fog, darkness, several minor earthquakes and a moose encounter on the trails. There really is no place like Fairbanks! This remote outpost will always be one of the highlights […]

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WTF (Welcome to Fairbanks) Months Two & Three

I was going to do a Month 2 post but somehow that didn’t happen, so let’s combine them since it’s been almost 3 months that I’ve been here now. If anyone says to me “There’s nothing to do in Fairbanks” ever again, I’m going to slap them upside their head. If you can’t find things […]

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WTF (Welcome To Fairbanks) Month One

So I’ve been here about a month now and I’m settling into life in what is becoming an ever darker and increasingly colder spot. I woke up one recent morning in complete darkness at 8:15 AM and the temperature was -9 degrees Fahrenheit in October! Someone used the expression the other day WTF, which stands for something entirely different here […]

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