Come buy this super limited edition zine I did in conjunction with some amazing writers in a class taught by the magical, hip mama and Portlander Ariel Gore.
My first piece for the Grindr produced LGBTQ publication features 8 queer adventurers discussing diversity in outdoor culture.
The inaugural issue of a print publication focusing on active lifestyles beyond the boundaries of weight-loss culture is out now and yours truly is in it.
One big FTW group ride and one solo ride round out a summer in a way that feels hard and final and renewing, a perfect circle of beginning and ending, closure and new life.
My first overnight bike trip since the European tour may have only been two days but the peninsula is beautiful and it was good to get back in the saddle.
Adventuring takes me back to the 5th year of San Francisco’s annual lesbians who tech, experimentation also takes me to Steemit, a new place to post content.
Our final steps earn us a 3 hour wait and the compostela, a certificate of completion for the Camino, but we have to go farther so we can see the Atlantic and Finisterre where medieval pilgrims saw the end of the earth.
Drunk on cheese, scallops, desserts, and actual alcohol on the penultimate steps of our journey.
We start our final 100k through Galicia known for its rain and food, not so unlike home.
I really don’t want to say goodbye to our Camino by the coast but adventures take us forward towards the final 100km push.