Tom is an award winning producer/director. He is a long distance cyclist and avid basketball and volleyball player. He blames his love of traveling on his parents.

 

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The Path Less Chosen

Travel that's just a bit off the beaten trail.

 "The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page."

- St. Augustine

Getting from point A to point B by foot, bicycle, kayak, or some other non-motorized means.

Interesting destinations that make you want to linger, overnight or for several days.

Things that make the journey worthwhile, whether it's a brew pub or the perfect spot to watch the sunset.

More great people and places

May 22, 2018

Moab, Utah is one of the greatest places in the United States for outdoor recreation. There are national parks nearby, the Colorado River flows through town, and the mountain biking is legendary.

Moab has hundreds of miles of trails that suit cyclists of all skill level...

August 8, 2017

What makes a pool one of the best in the world? One could argue that it’s the size, or the décor, or the view, or the people that hang out there. But the main purpose of a pool is to get in the water. So the best pools would be those with the best water. Based on those...

March 7, 2017

Arches National Park is located in the southeastern part of Utah, near the outdoor recreation capitol of Moab. The park boasts some of the most amazing scenery in the United States and enough activities to tire out even the most intrepid traveler.

There are over 2,000 n...

February 6, 2017

Death Valley. The name doesn’t exactly conjure up an inviting vacation destination. Most people think of Death Valley as very hot, very dry and very remote. While all this is true, it is also quiet, starkly beautiful and about as far off the beaten path as you can get...

January 25, 2017

A few miles from the northeast corner of Death Valley National Park, near the city of Beatty, Nevada lays the ghost town of Rhyolite. This was a gold mining town in the late 1800’s. In its heyday in 1906 there were over 8000 residents in Rhyolite. The town boasted two...

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