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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Whether it's living in their car, bathing in hot tubs, or cooking the majority of their meals with a camp stove, the dirtbag seeks the maximum ratio of time enjoyed doing their passion sports to money and time invested to make that happen. Violations of hygiene standards and social norms are par for the course. The only tool they own is a roll of duct tape, they're employed less than half of the business week, and they wouldn't know where to buy laundry detergent if they had to. Here's 17
JACKSON, Wyo. — A mountain town migration was set in motion Monday when 24-year-old ginger, Tommy Johnson, took to local classifieds to advertise his eligibility to commit to a suitable summertime mate — stable housing required. The seasoned TGR intern, oriental rug expert and veteran pizza tosser said he was really excited to get to know someone intimately for "no longer than 3 months," as long as he can be assured of the ability to sleep in a real home a minimum of four nights a week. The
Will Saunders likes not knowing how things are going to turn out, and if you asked him what the biggest surprise of his life has been thus far, it would be his career. RELATED: Scott Secco, Mike Hopkins talk creative direction behind "Dreamride 3" The professional commercial and documentary photographer has traveled the world over assisting adventure photography legend Tim Kemple (of Camp 4 Collective), co-founded The Locals Project—a media agency comprised of talented videographers,