What does your dream life look like? This is the question that every existential millennial asks themselves as they wander through their twenties looking for purpose. The only thing I have figured out is that I like to ski...which i feel is a pretty good start.
Chadd Konig stumbled into the answer to this question. Looking for a new surf break he left his home in Southern California and found his dream break in the northern part of the state. There he found purpose in living off the grid, growing his own food, and surfing. For him it is now less about surfing and more about this complete life.
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The social fabric of every ski town is usually held together by a few institutions. Bars and restaurants where like-minded ski bums flock to bask in the glory of the day's turns and commiserate in the challenges of living in the mountains. In TGR's hometown of Jackson, Wyoming, Thai Me Up and by extension, Melvin Brewing, is a hub where locals flock to indulge in food and libations. Melvin Brewing, which was originally started out of the Thai Me Up storefront, has been gaining more
MTN. TOWN, USA — The ski and snowboard community was totally unsurprised Friday to learn that the 225-year-old Farmer’s Almanac has been making up their weather forecasts since the publication’s founding in 1792. Recently unearthed records show that the Almanac’s highly unscientific (and often 100 percent wrong) forecasting has never been about farming, but in fact started in the early 1800s as a whisky drinking game between pow-hungry pioneers. RELATED: NOAA Predicts 'Shitloads' of
About five years ago, brothers Will and Jim Pattiz took off on a spur of the moment road trip. Their trip would take them from Atlanta, Georgia, to the Grand Canyon. They had no idea that the trip was about to change their lives. Along the way, Will, Jim and a couple of friends stopped at Petrified Forest National Park. Their first park. Ever. And certainly not their last. “We were hooked,” Jim told me. “You don’t really understand how incredible these parks are until you’re actually there,