Rearview Mirror.

My favorite moments of 2013:

I started off 2013 tinkering with the idea of opening an Etsy shop. Ended up having a ton of fun taking pictures and making cards.  (Still tinkering with the idea of my own Etsy shop).



In February, a Pinnacles reunion took place in Las Vegas filled with reminiscing and bullsh*t.  Friends, we need to schedule another one of these…I am low on my debauchery quota.

Below, you will find a calm collection of photos; the only 10 that didn’t have any inappropriate content.

(Michael D., you were the hardest to get into this photo album!)



After being away from Colorado for 6 years, I finally got to experience a winter season again!!



Scored a new job in April with a non-profit that partnered with the US Forest Service.  Moved to the Vail Valley and played in the Rocky Mountains for the summer!

Marked the 1 year anniversary of The Car Crash and subsequent eye surgery to reattach my retina.

Look close and you will see my permanently blown pupil.  It’s all in perspective.


In July, I worked and partied hard at the Red Ants Pants Music Festival in Montana, which saw over 10,000 people dancing to the likes of Merle Haggard, Robert Earl Keen, The Wailin’ Jennys, and Todd Snider.

Moved to Thailand to be an English Teacher in October!




2013 was a clusterf*ck of exploration…

 a mish-mash of wild / misadventures, many twists and turns…

2014 holds a lot of promise…


2 responses to “Rearview Mirror.

  1. That was one hell of a year! I enjoyed your recap and like that you can appreciate the clusterduck it was! You have so much to be proud of. I hope that I will get to see you in 2014!!!

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