The New Year

Happy 2011 Everyone!

It’s that time of year when many people write down their resolutions for the New Year.  We found these lists of New Year Resolutions for travelers:

http://www.liligo.co.uk/travel-blog/travel-destinations/2010/12/29/10-new-years-resolutions-for-travellers-4593/

http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/2550939/new_years_resolutions_for_travelers.html?cat=16

As for us, we resolve to find more adventure in our every day lives. We have two trips planned for 2011 – Florida and Russia. While we’re very excited about these trips, we know that we need to find fun in everything we do. And that usually begins with New Year’s Day. For the last several years, we have done a hike with some friends:

This year the hike looks to be a bit chilly – they are predicting highs in the teens or low 20’s – burr! It will definitely be an adventure.

What are your resolutions for the new year?

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About Mike

I have a passion for adventure travel that began in 1989 with my first overseas trip: climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. Having never been to a foreign country, Africa felt like being on another planet; I knew then and there I was hooked on travel. Since that time, I have visited all seven continents and dozens of countries. I’m using the experience I’ve gained in planning my own trips to help my clients plan their own adventures through my adventure travel company (http://www.offtrailtravel.com). After working as a firefighter for the US Forest Service in California and Wyoming for three years, I moved to Durango, Colorado where I graduated from Fort Lewis College with a degree in accounting. After graduation I moved to the Denver area where I worked in a Big Eight accounting firm to obtain my CPA license; soon afterward I began a career as an auditor with the Colorado Department of Education. My background in accounting helped me develop detailed-oriented skills that have been extremely useful in researching and planning my own travel over the years. I think this provides a unique asset to my clients in putting together their adventure travel plans. I currently live in Golden, Colorado with my wife Valerie, who shares my love of adventure travel. I’m an active member of the Colorado Mountain Club where I lead trips for club members and have taught ski lessons in their Telemark Ski School. I enjoy skiing, mountain hiking, trail running, photography, and astronomy. I take any opportunity I can get to explore new places, whether it’s on the other side of the world or just down the road.
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