Step 3 The Gear (this is the expensive part )

When I started this project in early fall I was pretty naive to the amount of gear that would be needed to get this thing going. I kinda though all I really need was a splitboard………turns out I was way wrong. Since then I have purchased bindings, specialized boots, climbing skins, and the board. ItsContinue reading “Step 3 The Gear (this is the expensive part )”

Uphill Travel….

Last year I went up to NH for a weekend of Ice Climbing with Joe Miller @Sir_st33zy, however rain and warm temps kept us off the the ice. Instead we opted for some backcountry Snowboarding on the mellow slopes near the Mt Washington Cog Railroad. We agreed to hike up and ride down. I wasContinue reading “Uphill Travel….”

It is too easy to be prepared – a few words on paddling preparedness.

I should have known better as I passed a group of less than thrilled women wading without their kayak. I was paddling in the Atlantic on a janky SUP that I rented from the Dominican Resort we were staying at. As I approached the breakers I watched a few Scuba instructors pull a sunken OceanContinue reading “It is too easy to be prepared – a few words on paddling preparedness.”