Guy asks girl out, guy takes girl out for a dinner date, guy pays for dinner, guy and girl eventually start to date.. guy always pays for dinner out? I’m not one for sticking to most traditions and this rant isn’t really about being old fashioned or not, but for myself and Mitch over the… Read More 50/50
It has been a summer to remember, full of heat and next to no rainfall. It is very much starting to feel like it’s almost over and I am nearing the end of another contract job. I was lucky enough to land an amazing position this summer trail mapping in the Kananaskis network with a… Read More Just Keep Doing IT
There comes a time in every father son relationship when the son stops looking at his father as a rule driving boss man and begins to just look at him as a person. My dad has taught me a lot of great lessons over my 26 years, and as I grow I start more and… Read More Dad’s Day
Right from birth we have choices to make and those choices are limited by what is available to us. In some cases children are born into wealth and have many choices of what toys to play with, which room to play with them in, and which beach resort house to play at with those toys,… Read More Play the Hand You’re Dealt
Why backcountry? Why go from the confides of society where all lifes amenities can be readily attained and help is only a short call away? For me backcountry is a relatively new word to my vocabulary. As a kid, cellphones were non-existent and our pedal bikes were the only thing we needed to venture away from… Read More Why Backcountry?
A famous philosopher once said, “If it ain’t broke don’t fix it”. Why do we as a society tend to follow trends and insist on “upgrading” our belongings to stay trendy with the masses? Which trends benefit us as a society in a non-monetary way and which are maybe more economically motivated? I recently read… Read More Why So Tight?
You never realize how proud you are of your roots until you venture away from your roots to explore. I was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada and that will always be home no matter how long I’m gone and no matter how far I go. When I walk the quiet Sask streets the air feels… Read More I’m NOT American
A man once said bigger is better, but I believe bigger is also easier. Whether it’s a house, a vehicle, or a bag we always seem to fill up, downsizing our wants vs. needs is a bigger struggle for the majority. When we shrink our lives we really start to understand what we value and… Read More How small can you go?
I recently travelled Europe for 7 weeks and am now in New Zealand for a year! I can’t help but hit up the museums that are highly recommended by the Lonely Planet or locals. The only thing is I find myself making fun of the art more than appreciating the art in these museums. Don’t… Read More Street Art is the Best Art