MEMORIES OF OUR WTR

During quarantine I decided to take a step back from writing the normal posts I do. Instead I started sharing some of my favorite memories of past travels to bring some positive light to everything. I hope these bring a smile to your face and make you remember sweet moments surrounded by loved ones and filled with happiness

A TOUCH OF WTR

For awhile I wasn’t sure what to write about, as we all readjust our lives due to this devastating global pandemic. And as my posts are never really that positive I decided to just write about something we all love, and the whole reason I started this blog in the first place, Water. I have …

LAKE MICHIGAN

I spend most of my days in the water. Whether it be in the ocean or in the big beautiful freshwater lake I’m so lucky to live on. My parents opened up our surf shop, Sleeping Bear Surf and Kayak, when I had just turned 5 which ultimately lead me to who I am today. …

FIJI

After graduating High School I had the idea of doing some type of conservation project. I wasn’t sure where but all I knew was that I wanted to be in the water. Fiji was always on my bucket list of places to go to and explore since I was little. Growing up watching surf films …

FIJI PART 2

On the southern coast of Viti Levu lies the sweet town of Pacific Harbour, filled with life and vibrant people. It’s where I lived for about two months with up to 18 other people from all corners of the earth volunteering our time for the better of our planet. Not only did we learn about …

ADVENTURES OF DORY

PART ONE About two years ago around this time I flew down to Panama to travel with my sister and her adventurous puppy in an old Mitsubishi Delica that she had built out in El Salvador just a few months before I arrived. She had been all over Central America, meeting tons of people from …

THE JOURNEY HOME

PART FIVE The morning of May 5th we woke up with the sun and walked the short distance down to the beach with our surfboards. We spent the morning catching waves and enjoying being in the warm salty water. Lela sat on the beach, greeting people who walked past, hoping for belly rubs. After a …

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