In episode one of our Everyday Adventurers series we sit down and chat with Stephen Slocum about his adventure thru-hiking the Appalachian trail in 2007. Interview filmed in 2016. Look out for more episodes starting in 2021 with awesome people from all different walks of life and the adventures they've had.
What separates the tourist from the adventurer? For me the answer is: unknown obstacles and uncertain success. When you embark on a journey with a fixed goal and only a rough outline of how to get there, you assume the risk that you might not get there. You are signing a contract with chaos. It is in those moments of hardship, when you're carrying
We've been using the Sony NEX/Alpha series of cameras ever since ditching our used and abused Canon 5D mkii for the much lighter, slightly more annoying to use NEX 5n. At the time, E-Mount was limited - there were probably only a dozen or so lenses available for it. Never-the-less, we bought two of these cameras to document our 10,000 bicycle ride from Los
In early summer of 2011 I was backpacking from Tamarack flats to Yosemite falls. It was our second day and our first truly impressive view from the top of El Cap. As we sat watching dusk rolling over the valley comfortably far from the edge of the mighty cliff, I imagined what it would be like to get that view after climbing
Guest Post by Josh Orem: I am built for low places it turns out. Recently in Peru we had one of the most memorable days of bicycling of the whole trip. We left Huaraz which is already at a very high elevation. We biked uphill all day for about 60 kilometers (40ish miles) before the rain began. That is when the good day started