Few things can define a small community like a coastline. Proximity to a body of water and all the byproducts that it has to offer — inspiration, wildlife and recreation — draw individuals together. Not unlike a mountain town’s common connection to a ski resort, a coastal town’s lifeblood isContinue Reading

Scotland is not the place you think of first when you picture the idealized #vanlife, especially for a full-time surf instructor. It’s a country known more for its foreboding landscapes, with the Highland Boundary Fault separating Scotland’s famed mountainous Highlands from the more populated, historically more agricultural Lowlands. The climate, however,Continue Reading