I have been somewhat adventurous since a child - my disability hasn't really slowed me down, but has taught me new pathways for discovery. From London to San Diego, I've gotten to meet some of the coolest, kindest people and am discovering new interests along the way.

Perhaps the best trip I've been on to date, was a two-week road trip around Scotland including several distillery visits. The people and scenery were breathtaking and surprisingly diverse. 

When it was time for me to move cross-country for a second time, I drove the 44-hour road trip by myself as an opportunity for discovery, meditation and reflection. My road trips (both solo and with company) always offer a fresh perspective, and provide me with answers to parts of life I don't often take time to think about. 

I'm on a never-ending quest for the perfect sunrises and sunsets, and it's a top priority anytime I visit a new place. I also make a point to see equal amounts of cities and rural areas, having dinner and drinks with locals.