“Big day! Big day! Big Day!” I’ve heard that a lot of times in my life, and it’s usually when I’m with Heath and we’re waking up to do something potentially amazing, or scary. There really is nothing like that feeling of waking up in a hotel room
You’ve never seen four guys nicer than us when it comes to meeting park service rangers. Thank you’s, please’s, yes mam’s, we’ve got it all. After you put your boats in the water and rig them up, you meet with a ranger so they can make sure you have all
Alright, we derived a plan for our meeting at the raft rental company. John and I would be the “experts”, and when we didn’t know something that seemed like a detail we should know, we’d send in Ben and Heath to ask the dumb questions. This is in no way imply
Four guys, all kinds of questionable gear, cases of camera equipment, three huge boxes from Poler, more socks than we could ever wear from Stance, a quick stop to see our friends at Brixton and we’d topped off John’s Toyota Matrix to the absolute brim. The car ride out was
It’s not easy to figure out who you should take on a rafting trip for 16 days. I’m actually damn near notorious for bringing people into the fold that just don’t mix, but this time the two people we added to the roster I’m pretty sure are perfect for the job.
If you’ve never been to this blog, skip over to the “About” page and get some info. (please view this site on a Chrome or Safari browser. It does not work properly on Firefox) As I mentioned in the last post, the plan was to raft the Grand Canyon from beginning to en
In 2010 Heath and I rode our bicycles from LA to NYC. In 2011 we went up the largest granite monolith in the world with Timmy Oneill and felt real real small and a little bit stupid. This year we will rent a raft, get dropped off at the start of the Grand Canyon, and will attempt to r