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| Eugene Buchanan||Eugene Buchanan was raised in Boulder, Colo., and still has the Birkenstocks to prove it. After serving as sports editor of the Telluride Times, he took a reporting position for the Denver Business Journal, which he quit two years later to kayak rivers in Ecuador and Peru. He took the reigns of Paddler magazine in 1992, and moved it to Steamboat Springs, where he served as its Publisher and Editor-in-Chief. Fourteen years later it was time for something new. Hence Paddlinglife.net, where he brings the same fire and passion for the written word to paddling’s only true E-Zine. A member of New York’s Explorer Club, his penchant for traveling, writing and paddling has taken him to more than 30 countries. His publishing credits include the New York Times, Men's Journal, Outside, National Geographic Adventure, Powder, Backcountry, Bikeand other national publications. Look for his first book, Brothers on the Bashkaus, to be released by Fulcrum Press (www.fulcrumbooks.com) in April.|
| Travis Gainsley | Sales|
|Travis began his professional diving career in 1993, when he was hired by Professional Diving Schools of Florida. After six years of teaching and managing the retail facility there, he moved on to join Scuba Diving Magazine in '99 where he worked until 2005 as a Territory Manager. Following his love for the mountains, Travis moved to Steamboat Springs, Colorado, where he founded 3-Wire Media Group in 2007. With clients such as Steamboat Magazine, The Mountain Wine Festival Series, PaddlingLife.net and Rocky Peak Productions, Travis brings a wealth of print, online and event sales experience to the table. |
|David M. Harlan | Web Developer|
|David Harlan is Paddling Life’s Web master. Hailing from the cheese curd capitol of Wisconsin, he also has a long standing love affair with canoes. And music. Before moving to Steamboat Springs, he was a professional musician, playing the bars and eateries of Madison before taking his act out west. Living in a ski town, there are still plenty of drunk co-eds willing to attend his gigs at venues around town. He picked up whitewater kayaking when he made the move out west and has since poured his energy into the sport with the same intensity he uses when learning a new Jack Johnson verse. |
|Aaron H. Bible | Contributor|
|Aaron grew up paddling the rivers and lakes of Eastern Tennessee with his dad, fishing, hunting, hiking and camping out under the stars. Summer trips to Estes Park and high school ski trips had him hooked on Colorado from a young age, and he's called the Rocky Mountains home since 1990. And while he has paddled in locales ranging from the Boundary Waters to the Rio Grande, from Belize to Kenya, his current backyard is Ten Mile Creek, in Frisco, Colo. Aaron was an editor at Paddler magazine from 1995 to 2000. He also did time as an editor at PlanetOutdoors.com, Blue magazine, Kickstand magazine, and is currently a contributing editor to a number of national outdoors, travel and sporting goods publications. Check out more of his work at his website, ahbmedia.com, or at his blog: aaronbible.wordpress.com. |