Posts by Alex Gulsby:
Don’t get married young…or do. I’m not your mom
My Favorite Things – January 2018
18 Things I wish I knew when I graduated college
Life Lessons learned from a pocket-sized adventure pup
My ABC’s of Thankfulness
Your Near-Death Experience was Cooler than Mine
Backpackers would make the best Chopped Contestants – An Investigation
20 thoughts you’ve definitely had while backcountry camping
I Quit my Job to have Dirty Feet
My Love Affair with Punchbowl Falls: Trail Guide
#WanderRight into Adventure: Q&A with Savanna Rakofsky
Can you Handle the Vail Camping Scene?
Not sure if it's the beer or the beard but I think I'm in love.
Our vacation to Europe has become a tour through the Netherlands. Amsterdam doesn't even scratch the surface.
I don't think I'm in ketosis anymore, guys. 🤷🏼♀️
After four years of wanderlust, I think we'll survive a two year MBA program together. Maybe. (Definitely) 😉
Paulus Potter painted The Bull in 1647. At the time, paintings at such a grand scale were typically reserved for significant pieces - religious statement, royal portraits, etc. Never before had such an ordinary scene been made so massive. On top of that, you may notice that the bull looks rather unusual. Potter pieced together the character from the likeness of four separate animals, giving it the horns of a 2 year old, the teeth of a 3-4 year old, and a rump significantly less muscled than the chest. I'm no artist, but 'The Bull' was my all time favorite piece at the Mauritshuis Museum. Even so, I'm here to tell you that that bull would sell very poorly at the auction. 😜
How Extra is it to use @the_chemex for camp coffee? Asking for a friend.