Exploraspective is a way of looking, a way of living, and a way of traveling.
It's the idea that we're here to experience rather than accumulate.
Each one of us senses and processes the world in a unique and beautiful way, and each one of us has the capacity to express that singular experience in a way that no one else can.
For me, this is the most important work we can do on the planet - not climbing ladders or slaying dragons or being busy - but rather exploring, experiencing, and expressing.

I'm committed to journeys of every kind - day trips to farmers' markets and mountain biking areas, road trips to ghost towns and quirky homegrown attractions, and international excursions on a variety of budgets.
Wherever I go, I take pictures, I talk to folks, I eat, I listen to music, and I write.
When I've digested my experience well enough to have something semi-articulate to say, I post in my blog, which is the core of exploraspective.

I know there are others out there who share these values; my intention is to inspire and encourage you on your paths by sharing my experiences, in the hope that you will do the same and pass the wonder on down the line.