High Maintenance // Stevie
Check out this webseries (5 minute shorts) following a pot delivery guy and the familiar types he delivers to
Nicaraguan Travel Blogs
There’s no such thing as traveling truly solo - you just meet so many awesome people along the way.
A few of them have travel blogs, and I thought it would be a taste of the type of people I spent my time with to just show off some of them.
Met her snorkeling on Little Corn Island at the very end of a 3 year trip through 3 latin american countries. She was very clearly ready to go home, kinda tired of the misogyny and lonely life of traveling central america. I hope she recharges cause she was fun when she wasn’t down. We joked that she was past her “travel before” date.
Amazing coloradan with searching speech pattern who hot shots during the summer and ski tunes during the winter. He was motorcycling from Colorado on the way to South America (dorian gap via boat with his cycle!). He had a huge handlebar mustache grown for trip, which I think helps him make friends quite easily. He gave me a whole education on forest and wild-brush firefighting, and a interesting explanation of what happened with “the 19.” (Further reading/watching: Idaho City IHC crew video [google it], “Fire on the Mountain” about the Stormking fire)
Really only hitchhiked for like an hour with them but so cool. Surfer Dad, Mom, and a 5 and 2 year old RVing from Argentina to NYC. They had Grandma with them when I caught up with them, but I think it’s only for a few weeks. Those kids will have the most amazing lives. The pics don’t really establish dad’s rattailly hair in all its glory.
Future Islands - “A Dream Of You And Me” 
"People lie, people love, people go
But beauty lies in every soul”
Pete Seeger and Ruth Rubin - Tumbalalaika
So random! Gotta love Pete Seeger’s devotion to folk, regardless of origin.
Group B - Crazy Fans
cool video with shitty music!
Tears For Fears - Shout (1984)
ski années 80’s
Gheorghe Muresan Cologne
How To Shave
"One of the most important things in life is what Judge Learned Hand described as ‘that ever-gnawing inner doubt as to whether you’re right.’ If you don’t have that, if you think you’ve got an inside track to absolute truth, you become doctrinaire, humorless and intellectually constipated."
Saul Alinsky, the father of community organizing.