I am a 25 year-old MSc student currently studying Outdoor Education at the University of Edinburgh. I have lived in Hamilton, Ontario (in various decrepit student houses), near Edmonton, Alberta (at a beautiful summer camp), in Nadungoro, Kenya (in a Maasai village), on the Atlantic Ocean (in the bowels of a cruise ship), in my trusty tent at campsites (and ditches) from Vancouver to Mexico, and of course in my hometown, Acton, Ontario, Canada.
What is he doing?
Trying to create an interesting space for my long-neglected love of writing (and sometimes silly pictures). Searching For The Road Less Travelled is a place on the web for stories and musings about life, adventure, and the outdoors.
If you have something you’d like to share on this site that seems to fit, let me know and I’ll see what I can do.
Why is he Searching For The Road Less Travelled? What does that mean?
The title of this blog is inspired by a line from Robert Frost’s 1920 poem The Road Not Taken:
“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I –
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.”
This quote challenges me to seek out refreshing, genuine experiences that help me to understand and navigate this often-confusing life. By Searching For The Road Less Travelled, I aim to clarify thoughts, explore ideas, and have a bit of fun.
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