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Moab 4-Wheeling Adventure in Photos

Like rafting and mountain biking in Moab, Utah, renting 4-wheelers requires a similar adrenaline-pumping face-off: man & machine vs. environment & ability. In this matchup the battlefield is beautiful and the obstacles are deadly. A day after the Yard Sale in the Colorado River my buddy Mike and I tested our 4-wheeling skills in the deserts surrounding Moab. We wasted …

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Yard Sale in the Colorado River

Moab isn’t the type of playground where nannies surround the sandbox in case of emergencies. The chaperons here drop you off at the big slide, ask if you’ve been to other playgrounds before and tell you what time to return. You’re in charge of your own juice boxes, band-aids and getting up If you fall off the monkey bars. Whether …

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A Visual Tour Around Arches National Park

I’ve never been to Mars but I’d imagine it looks a lot like the Arches National Park just outside Moab, Utah. It is known for preserving over 2000 natural sandstone arches, including the famous, Delicate Arch. I invite you to take a visual stroll around Arches National Park with photos from my most recent visit… The Arches National Park lies atop an underground evaporite …

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June Update: What a Riot!

June Recap: I lost my Pacific Northwest virginity this month and now I feel like a real man. It was a major rite of passage that I’ve been nervous about for some time. I’ve penetrated Vancouver, Seattle and Portland I have more confidence than ever to experience new frontiers. I flew from Park City to Seattle, where I spent 3 …

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FOTO FRIDAY: A Chicago Summer

There’s nothing better than Chicago in the summertime. The incredible skyline hugs the Lake Michigan coast and people devour every minute of sunshine. It’s baseball, beach volleyball and rooftop BBQs. It’s Navy Pier, Lincoln Park and Wrigleyville. While I’m not ready to settle down just yet, it’s Chicago that tempts me more than anywhere else. Now if we could just do something …