Over the years I’ve found that the more I step outside of my comfort zone, dig deep, put myself in new cultures and meet interesting people the more I feel alive. I call it living AntiComfortable. Some of my favorite adventures have been thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail, backpacking and bicycle touring South America, motorcycle touring Vietnam, chasing summer in Australia and New Zealand, completing two 100 mile running races, bicycle racing 3,000 miles across the United States, hiking the Camino de Santiago, bicycle touring across Thailand and hiking through the Himalaya in Bhutan. I don’t know where I’ll go next, but I’m ready for more AntiComfortable adventures!

Chris on Mount Katahdin.

Appalachian Trail

In 2012 I thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine.
Chris on the Camino.

Camino de Santiago

In 2018 I walked The French Way along the Camino de Santiago.
Chris Running.


I enjoy running ultramarathons and have finished two 100 mile races.
Chris in RAAM.

Race Across America

In 2017 I joined a relay team to ride 3,000 miles across the US.
Chris working at his laptop.

Digital Nomad

Since 2015 I’ve been working and traveling full-time around the world.
Chris and his van Tantor.

Van Life

I moved into a Honda Element in 2014 and have never looked back.
Chris and his truck Terk.

Truck Life

In 2018 I traded up to a 4×4 truck for more rugged adventures.