Well, I quit my job. If it doesn’t make you happy, don’t do it, right? I’ve heard this my whole life, yet for some reason it’s actually really hard to quit doing something that provides you with a steady income (at least enough to pay the bills) and gives your day some kind of structure. […]

You’ve cat to be kitten me right meow.

Bridger is closed? I got a new meowtain bike? I have 17 days to write 30+ pages for my capstones? One month to graduation? WHAT HAPPENED TO THIS YEAR? I feel like my season, which for me started just before Halloween, morphed into one big checklist. And I don’t mean that in a bad way. […]

Why I Wouldn’t Trade My Childhood for Anything

(and you shouldn’t either.)   If you grew up with a roof over your head, a safe bed to cuddle up in, and parents who were able to provide you with three meals a day, thank them. Thank them for providing the simplicities of life that most humans don’t have access to. I grew up […]

Green Tea and Charcoal

Well it’s been a hot minute since my last post. But that’s because life has been moving ridiculously fast and I’ve been having so much fun! 2016 has already proven itself to be an awesome year complete with new activities, new beautiful faces, new lines, and scaring myself a little bit more than once a […]

Pony Keg.

“Why is my life like a ski movie?!” Ian shouted as we skinned up the creek. The past seven days of skiing have been magical, and seeing as it’s continuing to dump here in Bozeman, I don’t expect anything but magical days for the foreseeable future. This past Sunday, Gerrit Egnew invited Christian and I […]


How many of you reading this ski in the backcountry? How many of you reading this know people who ski in the backcountry? Trick question, if you’re reading this, then you know me, and I do that! It seems to me like sidecountry/backcountry exploring is growing in participants. Maybe it’s just because I live in […]