Adulting (v): to throw yourself off a bridge and into real-life tasks such as a 8-5 job, paying the bills, and other grown-up responsibilities. When I decide to do something I typically dive right into it (see above photo), which is how I treated going back to an office job last fall. I thought I […]

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Water it.

My life has changed quite a bit in the last few months! Last time I posted was in August when I was wrapping up the rafting season and starting work at Mt. Princeton Resort. I actually decided to go a different route with my professional choices and ended up as the office manager at a construction […]

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Rock the Boat

Is it really already August?!? Woah. It has been a while since my last blog post “Let’s Go Rafting”, and raft we did! Low water is already here and most of the vacationers have come and gone. That means it’s time for me to find a new job and a more viable winter home than the […]

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Let’s Go Rafting

People have begun wearing sandals with their puffy jackets, the Arkansas River is just above 32 degrees, and unwashed hippies are starting to inhabit the bars, all of which can only mean one thing… It’s almost summertime in the beautiful mountain town of Buena Vista. Archie and I are all settled in his truck bed pop up […]

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The first rule of CrossFit…

Returning to driving on the right side of the road has taken some serious focus and I almost opened a beer while driving the other day. Island habits die hard… In case you missed it –> My Winter It has been a little while since I posted, probably due to the fact that I am in between travels. I […]

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Everytin’ good?

Sometimes when I’m walking around Cruz Bay, I’ll pass a local West Indian who says, “G’afternoon. Everytin’ good?” or some variation of that greeting, in a thick island accent. This official greeting before any interaction/transaction is an important aspect of the island culture. I really like that friendly aspect of life here and how it […]

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