Meg was lucky enough to score another assisting gig up in the San Juan Islands, and this time there was enough time and space for me and Tuck to tag along (thanks to Catherine and Michael Abegg for giving us the room to stay in!). The weekend was absolutely amazing, even though I managed to … Continue reading Adventure: Orcas Isalnd
When the tide is out at Illahee State Park you can head south down the beach and find a hidden gem called Sandy Beach. Sandy Like the name says it's sandy, very sandy. Stuff like this being 5 minutes from our house is exactly why I love the PNW. This was the spot to jump off the … Continue reading Afternoon at Sandy Beach
On our last trip to Port Townsend I decided to shoot some video of our adventure. This is what came from it.
We had our friend Sammy stay with us for just over a week. Sammy is an amazing dude living the #vanlife. While he was here he jumped at every opportunity to help out, the guy even mowed my yard with a broken foot. He stays in his '78 Econoline Camper with Silas the cat, traveling around … Continue reading Our friend Sammy
Since starting this project I have reached out to a lot of cool people. Some of the first were the awesome people at the National MS Society. The timing was perfect, they were planning on shooting a video to help people who are newly diagnosed with MS navigate the craziness. A week after telling them my … Continue reading Trek to Cali
I have shown you one of my canes already but I have another favorite. Yup, I have multiple assistive devices. You don't wear the same shirt everyday, why would I rock the same cane. I am lucky to have such a talented wife to photograph this journey we are on. I asked her to take … Continue reading I Like Canes
You may have picked up on this, but I have Multiple Sclerosis. If I were standing there without my cane you may never know. When I do have my cane people think "this dude probably hurt his leg skating or snowboarding!". I wish that was the case. MS is all about the lesions. A lot of … Continue reading What are you waiting for?
Seaside Check out my first feature on MS Connection Blog. I wrote about last years anniversary trip to Seaside Oregon. Keep and eye out for my feature next month! -wheels
Canes for a cure I have been using the same $15 cane I bought 4 years ago when my MS first started slowing me down. I wanted to make it fit my style so I plastered it with stickers. The grip is completely gone and the tip has no traction. As terrible as this cane … Continue reading Canes for a Cure || Top & Derby
We don't celebrate much of anything in a traditional fashion. Valentines Day is no different. I guess we're cool like that? It's the day before Valentines Day and I didn't buy my wife a thing, no card, no chocolate and no flowers. It's all about what you do the rest of the 364 days. … Continue reading I love you Red