Tomyhoi Peak, WA
I have hailed from the Pacific Northwest all my life. I currently live in Seattle and work full time as a Graphic Designer. Though I lived in the suburbs as a kid, I grew up hunting mushrooms and hucking dried cow pies during any school break where my parents could pack us up & hit the road to the woods of Eastern Washington.
Not all of us can spend our full time jobs being outside. As weekday city-dwellers most of us turn to the mountains, water and woods as weekend warriors. I decided to start this blog because I felt there was a lack of resources and tips that come from trial and error stories from the trail. I also have found that writing down my memories and stories and being able to share them with others has been filling a missing piece in my day-to-day. I have found that whether it’s backpacking, climbing, hiking, camping, snow sports, fitness or even food—there is always a learning curve. In no way do I consider myself an expert in any of these things. In fact, I’m a perpetual beginner in most things. But I take it as a challenge to improve. I hope to shed some humility and genuinely honest stories from my experiences outdoors, provide a few tips and tricks, as well as reviewing some of my favorite gear along the way. Thanks for taking a pause and peruse.
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