October 4, 2017

The days in Patagonia have finally grown longer. Spring is on the way and with that the long nights lying in bed, making endless mental notes and to-do lists before the final few weeks flash past.

A year and a half of solid planning and scraping up what funds I have, ha...

June 11, 2017

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The gaucho is a nomadic breed, roaming the lands as he wishes, and priding himself in the act of living simply. He travels light, carrying only the necessities, often sleeping in the open.

Here in Patagonia a facon (knife) is more than just a blade used to cut. Strapp...

May 4, 2017

While I grew up riding western, I’ve ridded in many parts of the world on various types of saddles ranging from Australian stock saddles, to racing, endurance, dressage, and gaucho saddles.

In this day and age us riders typically ride for a few hours at a time and handl...

February 22, 2017

4 months ago I was camped out at 14,500 feet up in the Himalayas with my trail mates on The Vertical Nepal Expedition. Unlike some of the other popular trails in Nepal, The Manaslu Circuit took us through tiny villages in a more remote area of Nepal, sharing the crooke...

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I grew up in the woods of Oregon, the deserts of Texas and ended up in the heart of the wilderness of Patagonia.


Join me in my crossing of Patagonia with my dog & horses. #Patagone

 

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