Mark Therriault has reached 10,000 ft. with Team Meat Grinders – DENALI Expedition

Mark’s guide Sarah Carpenter reporting on Day 5 activities AUDIO POST

Mark Therriault  and his team “Meat Grinders” (Don’t ask me how they came up with that name lol) are doing really great, They have reached up to 10,000 ft and everyone is doing well and feeling strong. The weather continues to be really nice. Support Mark in reaching his goal by donating to his cause to help underprivileged, orphan and malnourished children in Liberia. DONATE

Mark Therriault has arrived at base camp– DENALI Expedition

Mark’s guide Sarah Carpenter reporting on Day 1 activities AUDIO POST

Friends, family & supporters of Mark Therriault. Mark has landed safely on the glacier and is all set up at base camp. Sounds like this adventure is starting off great! Support Mark by donating to his cause DONATE HERE Continue reading

Mark Therriault – DENALI Expedition Departure

Today (June 12, 2013) Mark is departing to climb the tallest Mountain in North America, Denali (AKA Mt. McKinley) and is looking to raise $35,000 for underprivileged, orphan and malnourished children in Liberia. Please click Here to DONATE
Mark has been working incredibly hard to ensure the next 22 days in one of the coldest climates in the world is a success. Through out the next couple weeks Keep checking in to get updates on Mark’s thoughts, struggles, successes and everything in between on his journey. “Together, we can make a difference, and I hope you will join me and give children around the world the opportunity they deserve to succeed at life” – Mark Therriault Continue reading

Plan B – Powell River BC

Another amazing weekend filled with uncertainty and adventure. A couple months back my brother Matt got 6 of us hyped on the idea of hiring a heli to fly us into a remote hut just outside Powell River. A couple weeks leading up to the trip we were experiancing some amazing weather. I think we all had a feeling that the streak of good weather was probably going to come to an end on our big trip. In classic forum heavy rain and poor visibility arrived. With everyone keeping a positive vibe, we made our way out to the heli in hope for a break in the sky. After 10 coffees each over 3 hours we decided to default to Plan B. A weekend full of hikes, fires, friends, food and a rad day tour up Knuckheads. Not bad way to spend the weekend. Enjoy! Continue reading

Support SURF FOR LIFE – Interview with Ashley Adams

Ashley Adams has been a friend of mine for over a decade. Sometime ago, she traded in her city life for surf, nature, community and overall quality of life. Recently she has gotten on board with an amazing project, and I want to share it with you. Read it and support it! Continue reading