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23.5 Hours in Tokyo

I took a trip around the world (more about that in a later post) and I wanted to end with a bang so my pal Garth and I decided to take advantage of the United airlines rule that the maximum time allowed for an international layover is 24 hours, 23.5 hours was good enough for […]


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After a long year of events Garth, McBride and Tenzin and I decided to take a quick three week trip to Costa Rica and Panama for some sun, surf and scuba, (I just went for the sun). I haven’t been to Costa Rica in about 6 years and wow it’s changing fast with lots of new developments and prices […]


Renewed Efforts 2

I’m baaaack! Mostly because of my friend Whitney K. of the Beau Collective, she inspired me to get posting again and set a goal for the next year of FlipOuting. I’ll be working to produce more content and the official goal is at least two posts per month for the next year. Since my last post in October 2013 […]

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Must Have Travel Accessories 1

Between work and leisure travel I’ve figured that in 2013 I will have been on the road around 220 days traveling around 80,000 miles. I’m happy to be constantly moving but at the same time it’s tough so I’ve put together my favorite travel gadgets and accessories that I use to make life easier on the road. […]


Oh Hey! It’s been a while. 1

Hey Y’all! When the leisure travel ends and work begins it’s pretty tough to find time to get posting and for that I am sorry. Here’s a quick update of what’s new in the world of flipouting.com. I’m working lots of contract jobs with a few different 5K races, traveling around the country and putting […]

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Injury, Death, and Dismemberment 1

My brothers and I agreed not to talk about this until after our return…During our SE Asia travels on December 24th Toby crashed on his motor scooter on our way to Pai in Northern Thailand, it was nothing life threatening but he did break his clavicle (collar bone) and had to be treated at the […]


This Extraordinary Life 2012 2

This Extraordinary Life 2012 (a continuation of How to Stop Worrying and Learn to Quit Your Job) I don’t mean to boast but this past year has been my best yet and here’s why. I left a job that I was not completely happy with and I fulfilled my desire to have more time. After leaving my job I […]


Angkor Wat Moat

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(Updated January 11, 2013 with photos) My site is still a little buggy after the great crash of 2012. I will update soon with some photos and links to illustrate the story but for now here is just the story.  Cambodia, Cambodia, Cambodia, what can I say… well Phnom Penh was just too much for […]


How To See Angkor Wat on a Bicycle 2

  (Updated January 11, 2013 with photos) My site is still a little buggy after the great crash of 2012. I will update soon with some photos and links to illustrate the story but for now here is just the story. Biking the Angkor Wat complex is the best way to experience the temples and […]

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Vietnam, you don’t know you weren’t there man 9

Going from The Peoples Republic of China to The Socialist Republic of Vietnam was like going to an entirely new country because… well it was a new country. Warm weather, fresh home brew for 20 cents and countless people hassling me to buy stuff, eat at their restaurant or go places on their motor bike. Entering Hà […]