Traveling and extremes have encompassed my life for 30 years; from white-water rafting, skydiving, paragliding, bungee jumping, rock climbing, caving, swimming with sharks, and base jumping, I've tried every "bucketlist" adventure I could imagine. I've been to 100 countries and I envision 100 more!
Admittedly, I’ve let this site slide. I post a lot on my other site, Bucket List Publications, and it’s grown so much that I just don’t have time for this site. I’ve decided to make this site a “behind the scenes” site that talks about the real experiences behind Bucket List Publications and tonight’s experience at Longboat Key Club & Resort is the perfect starting point. Why? Because I drank my way through dinner as I got to know locals who have a membership at the club. With a $150/day budget, it was more valuable to me to keep drinking than it was to have dinner. Come along for my unedited version of Longboat Key Club. Continue reading →
I dream of pushing the speed limits, regardless of it’s in the air, on land, or in the water. I imagine myself racing down the street in a car or speeding through the air by plane. Formula Experiences put me in the driver seat of Radical SR1 and SR3 cars and gave me the thrill of a lifetime. It holds a spot in my top five favorite adventures of my life. Continue reading →
Bucket List Publications grew from a small, personal blog to a website with several writers and articles from around the globe. If you’d like to stay up-to-date on the latest posts, destinations, and great adventures, head on over to our main site at Bucket List Publications.
I still publish here from time to time but the bulk of the good stuff can be found on the main site.
It’s rare that I get to learn new things alongside Athena, but last weekend we took snowboarding lessons together in Mont Sutton, Quebec. We fell together, we stood together, and we learned to carve together. It was remarkable to watch how quickly she picked it up. She really taught me how miraculous children are at learning new skills. They truly are little sponges soaking it all up. Continue reading →
You have probably overpaid for some craft cocktail, been late waiting for some train on an A/C-less platform, and perhaps stepped on a few hundred roaches. However, whether you have months or a few days to explore New York City, there is no way you will be able to conquer even half of it even with your entire credit-card debt, permanent insomnia, and stolen moments of subway sleep. From participating in early-morning karaoke to exploring the Statue of Liberty, here are five things you should absolutely include in your NYC tour bucket list. Continue reading →
Have you ever been to an escape room before? They’ve become very popular in Montreal and I wanted to see what all the hype was about. I checked out two different escape room companies in Montreal to test my deductive skills and problem solving capabilities. With less than an hour in each room, come along for the journey to see if I escaped and what I thought of both experiences. Continue reading →
I’ll never tire of beach vacations, but it’s always good to shake it up a bit and Mont Tremblant offers a multitude of winter bucket list activities for the entire family. We recently spend four days in Mont Tremblant discovering the best winter activities available and I quickly understood why people choose ski vacations. Mont Tremblant, located in the heart of the Laurentians, Quebec, is a wondrous natural playground. Continue reading →