In my spare time I’m a cyclist, backcountry skier and all around endurance junkie who enjoys snapping a photo or two along the way.  I find that being outdoors pushing my limits allows me to see the world in an entirely different light.  The majority of my time I can be found working my deskjob asking myself “why am I sitting here inside instead of being outside exploring?”  These pages are a personal scrapbook for me; a place to share my passion for the outdoors as well as the minor adventures I undertake from my home near Portland, ME. Hopefully they’ll inspire you to get outside and take a look around – the world is waiting.


10 Responses to About

  1. Death Rider says:

    This is one of the best “personal scrapbooks” i’ve seen I love your photos! I’m going to have to spend a while reading some or all of your posts. I’m linking your site on my own blog so I can follow along. I have been to all 8 Arrowhead 135’s I wonder if we have met? Thanks for the sweet pics and some more inspiration. I’m an adventure junkie/addict and will take all I can get

    • Tom says:

      wow, all 8 Arrowhead 135’s! Quite the accomplishment! I only have 2 under my belt, wish i lived closer so I could hit it every year. Thanks for the kind words, looking at your blog it seems like you definitely possess the masochist gene!

  2. Errin says:

    Just found this through the link from fat-bike.com. I saw your pics of the Sierras, Salsas and quotes from Ed Abbey. I think we’ll get along fine. Let’s ride together. I’m near Pasadena.


  3. beingmalcolm says:

    Tom – I was very flattered that you shared my blog on fat-bike.com.


    • Tom says:

      Hey Malcolm! Yes, I shared it on my personal Facebook page and one of my friends is invoked with Fatbike.com. next yr I will probably be living in Maine so I’m always looking for places to ride in that area of the world and Newfoundland seems to offer a lot! Enjoy reading about your explorations and look forward to more!

  4. Apa says:

    Met your parents in Southern California, they told me about you.

  5. Tom Jamrog says:

    Thanks for following my blog. We are fellow Mainers!

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