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We were awoken at midnight by the guides and told it was time for the final climb to the summit. Tired, cold and mentally drained, I knew there was no option but to go on. After 7 days of hiking this was it. We hiked through the night with our headlamps on, one foot inContinue reading “How To Climb Kilimanjaro, Everything You Need To Know Before You Go!”
The gambler 500 is not only the coolest race/not race on the planet, it is also the largest trail cleanup in Oregon. it started in 2014 when Tate Morgan (the founder and) and 14 other cars decided to get the least practical, most ridiculous cars they could find and use as few roads as possibleContinue reading “The Gambler 500 Off-road Race Oregon (Just two guys on a moped).”
A Very Brief History Wing Walking is nearly as old as flight itself, Almost always performed on a Bi-Plane (a plane with two wings, duh) dating back to 1911 when Colonel Samuel Franklin Cody took his two stepsons for a flight on the lower wing of his plane. During the 1920’s it’s popularity skyrocketed andContinue reading “What Is Wing Walking Like? And Where Can You Do It?”
This trip began with a plane crash (see my other post here), so I figured I had gotten all my bad luck out of the way. I arrived at the Attix hotel in La Paz, Bolivia- the worlds highest capital city- with no baggage because it was still stuck on that ole wonky 737 thatContinue reading “N Yungas Road Bolivia Alone. What Is The World’s Most Dangerous Road Like?”
It started with a call to my adventure pal Karch “Hey, how would you like to run in the oldest bull run in Spain in a month?” He replied “Absolutely not” and hung up. Ten minutes later I got a call from none other then Karch “How much?” and the rest is history. We flewContinue reading “What’s It Like To Run With The Bulls? I Watched Someone Die.”
My journey began in Lima Peru, I spent two days exploring the city and para-glided over the ocean. I caught an early flight on Peruvian airlines (My first mistake) OB-2041P, a 737-500 that looked like its best days ended at the same time corduroy pants went out of style. I was in the front rowContinue reading “What It Was Like To Be In a Plane Crash (Boeing 737 Peruvian Air)”
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