I asked my friend Dylan if he knew where I could rent a kayak for cheap and told him about the plans I had for it. He said why not just buy one? I said they’re expensive and he said he’d look for some. Two days later he sends me a link to a kayak on Craigslist and says he’s buying it, and there’s another one if I want it. I said yes.
One of the best most adrenaline pumped days of my existence was the time Nikki and I rode our bikes from Carpinteria to Rincon along the train tracks all to find a secret-ish beach. Continue reading “Racing the Train to the Hidden Beach”
Some days, like today, are extremely memorable. Some days, like today, I hope to hold on to for the rest of my life.
On Friday morning my best friend back in Phoenix, asked if we could get lunch, it was immediately followed with an explanation of her saying, nearly everyday I almost ask you if you’re free for lunch: the thing is-I always am, however, I live two hours away from her in Flagstaff now. Continue reading “When in Prescott”
An evening with a simple plan. All I wanted to do was hammock in the park with my best friend after I got off work. All I wanted to do. A simple plan turned rogue when a flood, a storm, frogs, waterfalls, broken shoes, broken phones & the cops got involved.
The E.A.C. Eastern Australian Current? Eggs And Chicken? no! Emma’s Adventure Club
For a little over a few years, I have been non-stop obsessed with a mountain off the side of the Bee-line Highway 87 in Arizona called Mount Ord. This mountain is so grand and massive, it is in the transition zone of AZ where the cactus and pine trees meet so it’s really one of the coolest looking mountains I’ve ever seen, and to make things even better, there’s a road the goes to the very top of it. Continue reading “Emma’s Adventure Club Takes Mount Ord”