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A little bit about kitesurfing

Sailing runs in my family. Mother sails and in fact brought my father into the world of sailing. I often tell people that I’ve been sailing since I was able to stand. In more recent years, I’ve found myself taking somewhat of a hiatus from sailing. Yes, I...

The Klosters

Growing up, my family’s primary ski destination was the Klosters in Switzerland. I don’t make it back there as much as I would like to nowadays (often hitting the slopes around the Northeast and Colorado¬†when I can), but I do make it back every now and...

Sailing the San Juans

In the waters between Victoria, British Columbia and Bellingham, Washington, lies a chain of islands largely untouched by civilization. The only way to get them is by boat. I’ve yet to sail much in the Pacific Northwest, but the San Juan Islands are a...

Skiing Destinations: Alyeska Resort

As mentioned elsewhere, I’ve historically skied and snowboarded around the Alps. I’m no stranger to skiing, but one area I haven’t really checked out yet is Alaska. Recently, I’ve heard quite a few people talk about one place in particular:...

La Vagabonde and the Seven Seas

It’s nothing new: people saving up money and putting a hold on their jobs to sail the world. But regardless of many times we hear about this, there’s still a certain charm to it. Below you’ll find a Medium post that I wrote about this very same...