Have a Great Trip Idea?

We’re searching for trip/expedition/fun ideas that relate to skiing, traveling, climbing, mountaineering, photography, videography, and overall fun.
If you can think of anything, anywhere in the world, let me know.   It just may become a reality!

I hitchhiked up and skied God’s Lawnmower, a run in Big Cottonwood Canyon, this morning. I’ll have an edit of it soon–as soon as I figure out how to use FinalCut Pro!

In the mean time, I’m trying to prepare my car to sell, am searching for a new car, am editing lots of videos and pictures, and am still moving around to different couches each night.
Time to get back to work.

Seriously–what’re your craziest ski/climb ideas?

I’m sitting at “home” right now with views that aren’t too bad for a post-ski session of computing.

Mt. Olympus...taken with a Canon

If you were unaware, I live in the HOOD. The reason that fence is graffiti-free is because YESTERDAY I took the day off from skiing to individually remove and flip each of those boards around to hide the tags that showed up in the past few weeks. Right about now, you may be asking yourself, "but doesn't that mean the 'art' is just facing your yard now, Brody, instead of the street?"

The answer? YES. The only difference I made, after 3 dead drill batteries and 1 wasted ski day, was that now the graffiti no longer gets us police warnings--"you have 7 days to clean it up"--is no longer facing the street (now faces our yard), and now makes even less sense than it did when it was pieced together properly.


About @brodyleven

This entry was posted in Be Happy, Skiing!, traveling and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

4 Responses to Have a Great Trip Idea?

  1. Dennis oates says:

    Thailand , from Bangkok to the mountains of the north !!!

  2. Maddie says:

    costa rica, camping on the beach, climbing and cliff jumping, surfing, climbing fruit trees and eating jack fruit, bananas, pineapple and mangoes. Oh and I have to come because I know first aid…

  3. brodyleven says:

    keep ’em coming…

  4. Pingback: Outdoor Research and Crack: Both, strangely, about relationships | brody leven

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s