After receiving my bachelor's degree in biology from the University of Minnesota, I took off for a four month bicycle tour through Canada and the West Coast of the United States. After the bike trip, I returned to Minneapolis and worked for a USDA research lab. That fall, I went camping near Cornucopia, WI where I decided it was time to cut my ties with the city and move up north to the beautiful South Shore of Wisconsin.
Living in such close proximity to the lake I started sailing for the first time which ultimately led me to my first ocean passage over the Pacific. I spent nine months island hopping in the South Pacific, meeting all kinds of locals, vagabonds, and fellow sailors.
I now find myself back in the Chequamegon Bay, back to the area that captured my heart after that first camping trip, and putting down roots.
South West Wisconsin, North East Coast of the US, IA, MO, Guam, Puerto Rico
Bicycling & Sailing