May 21: Motivational Monday: Wim Hof

Look into the eyes of Wim Hof and tell me you don’t feel primal intensity and deep-rooted potency. Wim was born in the Netherlands and began developing his techniques after his wife committed suicide. A father of five children (four of them being born to his late wife), Wim found peace in nature; more specifically … More May 21: Motivational Monday: Wim Hof

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May 8th: Back From a Weekend of Hunting

As I’ve been taught, the river bottom of eastern Colorado is a place to reenergize, to reconnect with the world in a natural way. There, beneath large cotton trees and tall, dancing grasses, one can clear their mind and contemplate the world and everything in it. When it comes to hunting, the last thing on a person’s … More May 8th: Back From a Weekend of Hunting

Bagan, Myanmar

Now that I know they have hot air balloon trips here, there’s not I way I CANNOT go. Of the many great sites across the globe, that harbor architectural relics of ancient cultures, Bagan, Myanmar has always been near the top of my want-to-travel-to list. The intricacy of the temples, pagodas, and monasteries that remain … More Bagan, Myanmar

Amelia Earhart Bones Confirmed: World News Wednesday

This is insane. I was certain that aliens had abducted her, but alas, that is not the case. I wasn’t aware of any previous study on a body found in the South Pacific, but there was one. A skeletonized body was found on an island called Nikumaroro with items like a Benedictine bottle and a woman’s … More Amelia Earhart Bones Confirmed: World News Wednesday

White Sands National Monument: Travel Tuesday

In Colorado, we have the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve, and I’ve never been, to my shameful admittance of course.  But I want to go. However, there is another place in the US that grabs my attention a bit more and that place is White Sand National Monument in New Mexico. I mean, … More White Sands National Monument: Travel Tuesday

Mountains and Ice Castles: New YouTube Vid

There’s nothing like getting drone and GoPro footage in snowy mountain towns. If you like frozen lakes, white-capped mountains, and ice castles lit by vibrant lights, check this video out. If you enjoy the video and want to see more, feel free to like, subscribe, and leave a comment. Thanks, and enjoy!

New YouTube Vid: Early Bird 1

People, this post is coming a few days late seeing as I posted it YouTube on Saturday. In the process of discovering exactly what I want to talk about on my channel—trying to widdle down the millions of subjects in my mind at the moment—I’ve finally decided on one particular series that I want to create … More New YouTube Vid: Early Bird 1

New YouTube Vid: Paint Mines Interpretive Park!

So, there is this place outside of Colorado Springs called the Paint Mines Interpretive Park. It’s an odd place, well hidden in a shallow canyon between small grassy hills. You would never guess that anything so majestic could be hidden in a such a colorless landscape. The park itself isn’t very large, but once you’re … More New YouTube Vid: Paint Mines Interpretive Park!

Where the Sun and Earth Collide

High altitude is hard on the body and mind, and before you take the first step toward the summit that looms so ominously in the distance, you may notice that your breathing is strained, each lung full of cold air more forced than the last. If you’re timing it right, your trip is starting before … More Where the Sun and Earth Collide

Aliens on the Wall

When I heard about the Aliens on the wall, I immediately ran out of the cabin, camera in hand and excitement in my belly. I knew what they were talking about and I knew that I had to see it as soon as possible. The ATV rumbled and growled between the outhouse and farming equipment … More Aliens on the Wall