Imagine yourself traveling 7 days, 150 miles by river through the jungles of Central America
with the only way out being the Caribbean Sea......
Now imagine doing this completely self-supported on a Stand Up Paddleboard…..
For this expedition, I assembled a team of adventurers that are just as crazy as I am. The
Kharma Bums is a feature length travel adventure documentary shot in Feb 2013. It follows a 130 mile stand up paddle board journey, beginning at the Kumbh Mela, the largest gathering of humans ever recorded. The Kumbh Mela is the holiest Hindu pilgrimage, and happens once every 12 years. This
On our last day, we were up at day break and packing our gear the long trek past what we had thought was one log jam. It came to be that we made the right decision the night before; we found that there were actually two jams back to
We woke up late and took our time getting back on the move. We knew we had a long day ahead and a few log jams to portage around that we had seen on satellite imagery. When we got to the first one, there was no dry land to hike
When we woke in the morning we were shocked to find that the river had risen between 18 and 20 feet overnight, coming within a couple of feet of topping our bank and washing out our campsite, along with us. We had a team meeting over a cup of
Last year on April 19th, four friends and I set out with a new Texas record in mind. We planned on paddling 100 miles down the Guadalupe River to the Gulf of Mexico. What started out as a dream I had one night a few months before was quickly becoming