RSC Training Academy
I love when God provides opportunities for work that line up with my passions. About a month ago I was dreaming up a little league sports project that I was going to self fund and before I could even set plans I get offered a gig to work with young soccer players and meet some talented coaches as well, and get paid to do it. I hope I never regret Gods love toward me.
18°25 24 N 64°37 05 W | The British Virgin Islands
Sailing the open sea during Tropical Storm EARL was one of the most intense moments as we headed into the storm on our second day at sea. We didn't expect the weather to turn so fast as we island hopped in the British Virgin Islands. Even though our sail that day was halted half way it made for a stunning landscape as the clouds opened and poured down on us and the Atlantic.
Aboard the Delacroix
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Gorilla Trekking in Kinigi Rwanda
Gorilla Trekking in Rwanda was one of the most amazing things I have ever been apart of. Leaving Kigali to Kinigi meant waking up and leaving at 4:00am to drive 3 hours to Kinigi where I would join a group and guide and start our Trek at the crack of dawn to find the Gorillas. Each of the Gorilla families have an assigned guard who track them daily and protect them from poachers. Right now Rwanda if only one of two places on the globe where Gorilla Treks are possible so the rarity of seeing them was something spectacular. Our guide Francior was one of the funniest most knowledgable guides. He had been tracking the gorillas for almost 30 years and was not above beating his chest, eating bamboo, and speaking gorilla just to show us what we would be experiencing. Francior started by teaching us how to speak gorilla which at first seemed a bit unnecessary, until I found out later while being charged by the BIG MAMA how thankful I was that our guide could speak to her and calm her down. I would absolutely love to go back to Rwanda and see them over and over again, the overwhelming since of awe seeing the most powerful land mammal in front of me grazing in such a beautiful country was astounding.
Ruzizi Time Lapse
One of the most beautiful yet terrifying things I have ever experienced was walking through the boardwalk of the tents at Ruzizi Africa where the only light that is seen is the light from the stars, and the only sounds you hear are the animals and your own breath. This timelapse of the night sky in Ruzizi only touches the beauty the Father shows in the night sky.