The Journey

Life is meant to be lived, and to be lived passionately. The Wanderer's Voyage serves as a vessel to share with the world the future vision of my life, and my efforts to make that vision a reality. A world traveler in my bones, I seek to circumnavigate the globe with the sun at my back, the wind in my face, and sails overhead. The catch is I am starting with no sailing experience, live in landlocked Colorado, and will have to leave my friends and family behind if I want to make it happen. This is my journey.


March 25, 2017

The latest life-threatening danger to add to the list on this trip: pirates.

February 21, 2017

After more than one year together my girlfriend, now ex, and I have decided to part ways and she will no longer be coming on this trip.  The break up has been difficult for me, and has been a major reason why I've failed to post any updates in the past couple of weeks....

February 2, 2017

 So it's been a little more than a week since my last post--work's been crazy busy.  In my relatively little free time I have been working on the first episode of my video log on YouTube (coming soon), and I have also been planning the next Chapter of the journey a lit...

January 22, 2017

I've mapped out the first "Chapter" of my journey from Northern California to the southern tip of South America. It's definitely put things in perspective.

January 15, 2017

It's been yet another difficult week-- three 16-hour work days back-to-back on top of having to study for a national tax competition next week.  Yes, I'm a nerd and possibly a workaholic.  Needless to say I could not wait for Saturday to arrive to relax for a bit.  Wha...

January 10, 2017

Christina did get some good news on the sailing front though: one of her extended family members is a renowned sailboat captain somewhere in Europe.  She is currently trying to schedule a week-long sailing lesson sometime in June

January 7, 2017

. . . Now I knew I was not near his level of success; I may have several years to go to reach that point in my own field.  But the question remained: do I even want to reach that point?  The though nagged me for two weeks, and the idea of sailing crept in.

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