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To take my Volkswagen Diesel to as many destinations as I can in the US.
I'm an adrenaline junky;
I spend my winters searching for pillowy pow and steep terrain, and my summers skimboarding and cycling.
My favorite drink of choice is coffee, it makes me smile.
I tend to explore areas via my Volkswagen, and will drive anywhere if i feel it's within reason.
Positive thinking leads to positive outcomes.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
While I've registered for this site in October of 2011, I haven't had a chance to explore the opportunity and the privileges that it has. With that being said, I will anticipate providing more so towards those couchsurfers that need a place to stay.
I'm looking to venture to areas in the next 3-4 months to have my first couch surfing experience. I plan on travelling via car to camp along the Pacific Coast highway and in return back to Vancouver, stay in certain areas along California/Nevada/Oregon.
I never did have a chance to update and or travel in the time this profile was updated, however I am continuing to partake in this endeavor within the next few weeks. I know that those I reach out to will prove to be as awesome as this site already is.
Music, Movies, and Books
Action, comedy, and snowboard flicks.
Euro electronica [ladytron, miikesnow, etc]
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
A simple road trip to seattle. Which turned out to be a desire for the closest In n Out burger to Vancouver BC. That led to driving along the interstate and sleeping in my car along any rest area I could find.
Driving the next morning to the closest destination, Redding California to the only In n Out burger, I ordered my animal style burger and fries, and had a soda to wash it all down.
After that was all said and done, I turn around, and went home.
I will do that again. Just because.
Snowboarding. First run of the day on an early early season opening, and I bail pretty hard. Hard enough that I couldn't move. Turns out I fractured my pelvis in 3 places [one on the right side, two fractures on the left] Leaving me hospitolized for 4 days. Resulting in the need to re-learn how to walk, and how to do things very gingerly.
The thought of the snow season flashed before my eyes, and the need for assistance had never been greater than that point.
Determination led me to focus on the positive as things will return back to where they should be.
Sure enough, 3 weeks after that i was able to strap into my snowboard and take that first move towards sliding snow again.
My doctors were surprised at my healing.
Teach, Learn, Share
*this is a tough one to fill out*
*I might have to come back to it*
Countries I’ve Visited
Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In