How to Find Funding and Sponsorship
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The HARDEST, but most important part of an expedition is to afford it. Fortunately, this process will help you develop a skill that can be used anywhere anytime and make you a highly sought after individual for ANY project.
This is … Read More

What kind of Boats?
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The stretch of the Nahanni River has everything; whitewater, long flat slow moving bits, shallow rocky bits, and we will be portaging. So the decision on what kind of boat to select was a difficult one and we consulted with … Read More

Training without a boat
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At the moment, I am planning this expedition and that means sitting at my desk writing emails and producing content. Recently I am not even running or doing anything else because it seems I go to sleep after 2am every … Read More

New Official Gear Sponsor: Clothing Arts
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Not only did we just get official team uniforms from Clothing Arts, I can personally attest that they are made for adventure!
Six months ago I put CA’s Pick Pocket Proof pants and shirt through the toughest gear review I have … Read More

Rescue Training Technique: Z-Drag
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The Z-Drag technique is thoroughly explained in AboveTopSecret.com’s post by DaddyBare, all images from the post.
When traveling in remote areas, emergency can happen where a whole team of people is needed for rescue. Unfortunately, you only have the people … Read More

Keynote Speaker at WWPHS
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Friday morning I had the honor of returning to my High School as keynote speaker for Career Week.
I spoke in front of an audience of over 850 students and faculty, some of which cancelled class to attend the last of … Read More

How did we pick Nahanni?
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My friend Greg is a guide in the Yukon Territory and he gave me a call one day. I had worked as a volunteer alongside him for a dog-sledding kennel and we had experience quite stressful situations. He basically expressed … Read More

Rutgers Daily Targum Feature Story
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Whether I was reading it on the bus on the way to class or picking it up on my way into the dining hall, I read Rutgers University’s The Daily Targum every single day of my college life.
So when I … Read More

Dall Sheep
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One of the larger inhabitants in the Greater Nahanni Ecosystem is the Dall Sheep. They like to stick to the higher alpine areas and can be found hiding in caves where it is easy to elude predators.
Dall Sheep also happen … Read More

Mountain Life – SUP on the Nahanni
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None of us have been to this region before, this is why the adventure is a real expedition for all of us. The first thing we started to do is research who has been to this place, what they did, … Read More

Tectonic Collision
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Nahanni National Park is the scene of a major ancient accident. I’m not saying the Pacific plate was texting while driving, but it completely rear ended the North American Plate. And now, an area that used to be flat sea … Read More

Expedition Featured on Expedition Writer
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Taylor Zajonc emailed me when he saw our Nahanni Expedition on Reddit and asked me for an interview. He is the man behind Expedition Writer, a website dedicated to finding and documenting interesting expeditions.
Check out the article here:

Taylor is quite … Read More

Paddling is Dangerous
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This post is a part of the How-To-Expedition Guide for our 2015 Nahanni Expedition
click here to find out more!
It wasn’t until recently that I had the opportunity to get a real experience in some fast moving water. Being a … Read More

The Nahanni – An Antecedent River
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The Nahanni is one of the most unique rivers in the world, it is the Nahanni that created the canyon and not the canyon that created the Nahanni.
The land mass that the Nahanni River flows over is the impact zone … Read More

NYC Photoshoot: Scottish Handmade “Snood” Neckwarmers
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Received a gift from the great wild corners of Scotland the same day we got our last snow of the year. What better opportunity for a shoot with Actress/Singer/Model/Dancer Renata Bonar.
If you like the Snoods, … Read More

About-Milo
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Miłosz is a storyteller who intimately captures the people and culture behind a destination. He produces a compelling and attractive narrative that allows an audience to feel that they know the place as if they had visited and wish to … Read More

GeigerRig Proposal
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Milosz Pierwola has worked with GeigerRig since 2012

In those four years, Milosz has used GeigerRig products for countless promotions and to produce photography all across the world including during a major expedition. In addition, by using GeigerRig packs as giveaway … Read More

Protected: Fourth of July with the Trybulskis, pt. 1
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Blomus Product Campaign Proposal
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Proposal to promote Blomus products via high profile events ranging from the Luxury Lifestyle Exhibition series to global professional conferences, individual campaigns for products and product lines, and customized photography and video.
This year we are presenting at the 21st Annual … Read More

Coal Mine of Guido, Zabrze, Poland
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320 meters, 1,050 feet underground is a re-purposed coal mine called Guido.  Inside you can enjoy their microbrew, a tour with fully functioning machines, and complete the day with a performance in a fully sized … Read More

WEMT October 2013 Class, part 7 of 10
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Greetings fellow EMTs! Enjoy this album of one of our most complicated scenarios, some shots from our Halloween Sketch (below!), and our long hike to make litters.
As always, please request any photos in … Read More

Protected: Opisy
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Protected: Milosz Pierwola, Montegrappa Adventurer
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Protected: Wheelchair Camping: Limitless Lifestyles
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