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"We do not need to be in a hurry, and there is no time to waste." ~ Miguel Ruiz

"Daddy . . . I don't want to go Anywhere . . . I want to go Somewhere!"

My 7-year-old daughter, Sophia, first spoke those words when she feared we were headed to the grocery store and not somewhere "fun." Understandably, she wanted to go somewhere exciting. Don’t we all? Her words inspired me to create this site.

In 2009 I had an article published in RoadRunner Magazine entitled Out West with Dad . It was surreal seeing our story in the magazine. I was overjoyed to be able to combine my love of riding, photography and storytelling.

Three years later, I was honored to begin writing and blogging for RoadRunner Magazine on a regular basis. Since that time most of my posts can be found on their site. However, you can see links to all of the RoadRunner blogs as well as my own in the Adventure Hermit Blog Section

I would love to hear about your adventures at well. If you are into sharing, please consider joining the free Adventure Hermit Google+ Community Daddy, I don't want to go anywhere . . . I want to go Somewhere!

Heading out of Bounds

Heading out of Bounds

Originally Published in my column for RoadRUNNER Magazine on: 7/24/2014 Heading out of bounds : The Blindside (Part 1 of 2) It’s our first full ride day together and we are getting a late start. I have been up for a bit, but have yet to see my riding partner. Perhaps brought on by a bit of...

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Meeting Luke Swab

Meeting Luke Swab

Originally Published in my column for RoadRUNNER Magazine on: 7/17/2014 Meeting Luke Swab! Heading out on the second half of the TAT lacks any real fanfare. It’s a day like any other, trying to get too many things done, in not enough hours – the girls are at school and Beth is at work so I simply...

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