Porsche 996 C4S 2004
Road Trips, Camping
MEET 'N GREET
“Roadtripper” Likes long drives, on asphalt, on snow, sand, dirt, or gravel. Also a backpacking, camp-loving, outdoorsy husband and dog dad to #Lucy_k.
Most Memorable / Meaningful Place I’ve Visited
Yosemite. My wife and I did a 3000 miles elopement road trip and that’s where we made it official.
Packing in a Porsche can be challenging so one way we free up room is by leaving all of our bedding folded up in the tent. We also keep a collapsable fire pit and few other flats bits of gear up there.
What's your origin story? How did you start out?
It all started when I bought the Skyrise tent at a local retailer. I figured it would mount right up to the rack we have on our SUV, it didn’t. I knew the rack on our car at home would fit. A quick trip back home to pick up the 911 and the rest is really history. We’ve been camping on our Porsche for 3 years this summer.
How do you like giving back? What's the cause you're passionate about or your favorite non-profit/organization?
It’s not about any one thing for me. When I see a situation where there is a need I want to help fill that void. I’m no motivational speaker but I believe when a person believes in themselves they can accomplish anything. Pay someone a compliment, teach them a skill that improves their self-worth, listen.
1985 Turbo Diesel VW Jetta
Go-to travel/road snack:
A 1 am loop not far from our house. Through the trees, tunnels, downtown over a bridge then the hwy back home. Snack: Breakfast Burrito
IF YOU COULD STAND IN SOMEONE ELSE’S SHOES...
Aryton Senna’s 1988 Monaco Qualifying session.
GUILTY PLEASURE/ INDULGENCE?
There is a rumor I can play the harmonica