An Invigorating Dog Day Afternoon

Charge your way through Colorado powder behind a canine sled team this winter. “Hike!” shouts my guide, Chloe, into the calm, frosty air as soft morning snow gently falls around us. Our anxious team of yelping dogs instantly charges into the fresh powder like it’s their birthday. Before today, I’d never even thought about taking … Continue reading An Invigorating Dog Day Afternoon


Think back to the time you received that first set of two wheels – the moment you sat on the bike, placed your feet on its pedals and tightly gripped those handlebars. Remember the excitement and sheer sense of freedom that you felt once you launched yourself forward for the first time? For any kid … Continue reading STRIDER’S KINDERGARTEN CURRICULUM OF MOBILITY

Three Hours in St. Augustine

December is one of the coldest months to visit Florida and the weather can change seemingly every 20 minutes. It'll be sunny and clear, then the dark clouds will drift over, rain will fall, then it'll be sunny, then one more time, the rain will fall, this time as a heavy downpour. I'll take it … Continue reading Three Hours in St. Augustine

From the Story

Although I live in Colorado, I'm not one for winter activities really. I'm more of a warm weather type of guy. However, when the recent opportunity to do a story about dog sledding came, I jumped at the chance. The full story won't be published until February but here's an image I grabbed near the … Continue reading From the Story

3 Delicious Stops in Anchorage That Will Leave You Wanting More

Anchorage seems to have it all - the majestic Chugach Mountains, Sleeping Lady overlooking Cook Inlet, trendy metropolitan appeal, and easy access to some of the best Alaskan adventure you can endure. The city also hosts some of the best restaurants I've experienced as well. From Marx Bros. Cafe and Ginger to Orso and La … Continue reading 3 Delicious Stops in Anchorage That Will Leave You Wanting More

A Travel Junkie’s Perfect Day in Fairbanks, Alaska

At 65 degrees north latitude, Fairbanks serves as a central gateway to the Interior – Denali National Park two-hours to the south, the Arctic Circle five-hours to the north, Nome, Barrow, and the mighty Yukon River. Fairbanks itself is home to a small, yet charming downtown with hints of the area’s history in dog mushing, … Continue reading A Travel Junkie’s Perfect Day in Fairbanks, Alaska

People In Your Travel Pics

On a recent and quick road trip through Utah I had the opportunity to revisit Arches National Park - a favorite destination of mine of which I've experienced multiple times over the years. I didn't have my usual camera gear being that it was my honeymoon, yet I still felt the need to take some … Continue reading People In Your Travel Pics

Remembering Elmer Long

It was hot that day in April when I met Elmer Long. His long, white beard hung to chest level and a well-worn hat rode high on his weathered brow. After the small group of fellow visitors had left, he and I stood under the glaring sun making small talk until finally retreating to two … Continue reading Remembering Elmer Long

Where to Next? Try Playa Flamingo, Costa Rica.

I've had the opportunity to travel to many wonderful destinations over the years. I can't say that I have a favorite spot because knowing me, that list would likely change every week and because there's so much still to see and experience. What I can do is recommend travel-worthy destinations you should visit, though. And … Continue reading Where to Next? Try Playa Flamingo, Costa Rica.

Down on Main: A look at Sturgis 2018

Motorcycle fanatics ride into Sturgis like a roaring thunderstorm sweeping across the rolling South Dakota prairie, their bikes streaking down Main Street in bright flashes of metallic blue, candy apple red, sun yellow and every other hue of the spectrum. For seven summer days, Sturgis is transformed from a quiet little town along I-90 into … Continue reading Down on Main: A look at Sturgis 2018