Culturally curious. Eager to explore and experience as much as possible, whether down the road or across the globe. Bitten by the travel bug ten years ago, around the same time pogs made a comeback [in my life, only]. Consumer of mass quantities of chocolate and baked goods.
I live in the tippity top of the northeast U.S., in Presque Isle, Maine. Surrounded by French-Canadians and the occasional tacky French pop-techno radio station, I am greeted daily by rolling hills, seemingly endless fields of potatoes, and plenty of endearing accents. Originally from Minnesota, and proud to be of Nordic heritage, I am no stranger to the world of affected speech.
If you choose to read more, you will find that I most enjoy documenting unique travel memories and opportunities, from abandoned motels in South Carolina to unsanctioned hiking trails in Hawaii. As travel is a relatively rare luxury (it has been
five six years since I lived abroad in Montpellier, France), you may also note that I more commonly seek thrills through chocolate taste testing and baking extravaganzas.
In the fall of 2012, I founded Antler Chocolate, a small-batch craft chocolate company located in the wilds of northern Maine. The company is currently in the product development stage.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions, comments, suggestions, or illicit hiking opportunities you may have. Thank you for reading !