Sunday, May 20, 2012

Somewhere in the Desert - Part 3 - Extreme Edition!

Like most explorers and athletes, Trina, the dogs and I are highly inclined to push the envelope. We are constantly striving for that which is bigger, better, faster. We seek out that which is more and more commonly referred to as "Extreme" (and/or The "X-Treme") as a way of testing our limits. And, more importantly, as a way of drawing attention to ourselves so that we can post about our self-absorbed "Radness" on this here blog.

Sure, we dabble in hiking, mountain biking, and rafting. But we don't really "Go Where No One Had Gone Before" with those pursuits. And we are unlikely to enter the eternal halls of momentary fame on the internet for those types of adventures.

No, when we really, really want to "Go Big" we focus all our energy on the kind of activities at which we truly excel. I don't mean to brag here (I mean, I do, but I don't want to make it seem too obvious) but through diligent practice, training and dedication, we are now at the top of our game. We have reached a peak. We are doing what we do at a level that has rarely been achieved by anyone, ever.

Thus, we hereby (ever so humbly, yet cockily) present: Extreme Napping. Extreme Strolling. Extreme Hanging Out and Taking Photos of Tiny Things That Happen To Be Nearby.

Be warned, however. These activities are performed by highly trained practitioners. Consult your doctor. Do not attempt to repeat these sorts of stunts yourself at home. Instead, go outside somewhere in the desert and attempt them.


  1. No pictures of Mountain Dew =/= extreme!


  2. Ed: Not until the sponsorship deal comes through.

  3. Holy Cow even a tree looked like it was sleeping. Too much fun here. I think I'll go take a nap myself... but on my swing on the porch. Love all your desert pics and words.. vic