To the jungle The next morning my good friend and guide, Fernando Rivera, picked me up from my hostel in Paucartambo and we began our decent down into the jungle. It’s an incredibly long drive, however, this time it would go by a lot faster than I previously remembered. The road was dangerous. It, Read More
Exploring Northern California, Part 1; In search of Bigfoot. We go in search of legends regarding the legendary creature known as Bigfoot in the Northern California wilderness. We travel through the epicenter of sightings and camp in some of the most remote and secluded regions that were known to birth the modern Bigfoot craze.
South America, Part 8 (Finale): Stranded in the Amazon; After being stranded in the village of Santa Cruz we managed to hitch a ride out on the back of motorcycles. With our expedition gear and backpacks in tow we crossed through rivers, streams, and jungle…at night! The jungle at night is a beautiful place., Read More
South America, Part 6: Among the Matsigenka. A South American journey into the unexplored legends of lost cities and forgotten people. In this episode we travel up the Madre de Dios River into the Palotoa River and visit the Native Matsigenka village of Palotoa-Teparo. The village itself is situated within the Cultural Zone of, Read More
South America, Part 4: The Sacred Valley. A South American journey into the unexplored legends of lost cities and forgotten people. Places featured: The Sacred Valley Cusco Moray Pisac Urubamba Ollantaytambo Chinchero Aguas Calientes Machu Picchu
South America, Part 3: Cusco. A South American journey into the unexplored legends of lost cities and forgotten people. We follow the myths of the Inca and even those pre-dating the Inca. Cusco has a bloody history, one of conquering and greed. There are many stories that exist regarding elaborate tunnel systems running underneath, Read More
South America, Part 2: We enter into Peru via Lake Titicaca and go into the Sacred Valley. A South American journey into the unexplored legends of lost cities and forgotten people.
Sorry for the lack of updates in recent days. I’ve been busy in between jobs and traveling. I recently got back from a short trip to New Orleans and Mexico, where I ended up taking some amazing pictures and video. I will be sharing some travel stories in due time. It’s been a rather, Read More
“Lonely as God and white as a winter moon.” –Joaquin Miller In 1904, JC Brown, a British prospector, was hired by the Lord Cowdray Mining Company in London, to search for possible locations where gold deposits may be located in Northern California. By his own account, while investigating around Mount Shasta, he noticed, Read More