Author Archive: Erik Miller
Less talking and more doing. Focusing my lifestyle on rhythms and adventures, I would rather build than buy, reason than fight, and participate than watch. I appreciate friends, relaxation, athletics, and the outdoors. Bring it, but bring it without anger. I don't do chores on the weekend! You will find me on the peak, in the water, on the trail, in the gym, and next to the camp fire.
Quick Answer : Yes, the Lifetime Sport Fisher Kayak is well-built for the $500+ price tag. I have been using the Sport Fisher for fishing with my boys who are ages ten and seven. If we are paddling around a lake, but not fishing, all three of us can comfortable ride. When we start fishing, […]
Is there any moment better than the “last call” moment? Last call means you must act. If you’re in a bar drinking with your buddies, you must order or forfeit your final drink. When last call is made, a little stream of adrenaline shoots through your body, and it’s a bigger stream when you realize […]
Beacon Rock is the last standing remnants of the core of an ancient volcano. It stands an 848-foot monolith in the Columbia Basin on the Washington side. Ice-age floods cut and gashed their way through the Columbia River Gorge eroding all of the volcano except the massive Beacon Rock. There is a nicely cut trail with […]
Rock Stars love excess. Some rock stars are living lifestyles that require hundreds of thousands of dollars monthly to maintain. Lifestyles with expensive toys, multiple houses, and many luxuries but all of those extras have to be maintained. I know many people who have high priced toys and gear sitting in their garages, rarely used. Some […]
I’m not sure why, but every time I see a mountain I think, “I want to climb that.” It doesn’t matter if it’s a small hill, a boulder, or Mount Rainier. I want to climb it. Enter hiking into life. Hiking provides the most intriguing interaction with an area possible. When you’re hiking there is nothing between you and […]
Caving is not for the faint of heart, Nyctophobic (afraid of the dark), claustrophobic, or inflexible. As soon you enter a cave your mind starts down the path of worst case scenarios; light goes out, killer bats, earthquake, lost way, and finally Morlocks from H.G. Wells’, Time Machine. If you’re not good at stopping self […]