Harbor Fish Market Video – Portland Travel Videos – Tripfilms. I kneel down in the middle of a floor soaked in icy water, feeling the wetness seep into the fabric of my pants. The scent of fish hangs thick in the air. People around me make an effort not to pay attention to what I’mContinue reading “Harbor Fish Market Video – Portland Travel Videos – Tripfilms”
The story is an adventure of hope.
This is a very personal story that appeared in Matador Network. On The Other Side of the World Someone Awaits You A few minutes earlier I had let her cut in front of me at the ticket counter because I felt uncomfortable with her standing so close. In Chile you have to stand on topContinue reading “On The Other Side of the World Someone Awaits You [Matador Network]”
I was addicted to travel and Ian and Justine were my dealers. But what these guys were peddling was the free sample. I, however, need the real stuff. The stuff of adventure.
New travel article for Matador Network about the 5 best places to keep your adventure sports alive during winter. It features five incredible indoor adventure parks around the world.
My latest article for the Matador Travel Network is up and can be seen here: http://matadorsports.com/how-to-become-a-hut-master It’s a short article about how to land the dream-job of being a backcountry “hut-master.” Check it out. Also, spend some time looking over some of the other content on the network. These guys do a great job (andContinue reading “How to Become a Hut Master [Matador Network]”
Here is another TED talk. Think a man who has spent his life trying to build virtual worlds can’t teach us something about living better in the real world? Think again. Randy Pausch, one of the pioneers of 3-D virtual reality talks about making childhood dreams come true. Then, he takes it a step furtherContinue reading “The Art of Achieving Childhood Dreams”
Their footage will add much texture to the public discourse on Americans’ views on the environment.
A must-see for writers trying to capture the essence of “why characters do what they do” on more than a purely intuitive level.
Modern corporations take voting themselves “generous gifts” several steps further, not only bleeding the treasury dry, but all of the nation’s resources, natural and human, plus seeking the unfettered right to pollute in single-minded search for profits