Domino considers the trail ahead on the Camino de Santiago in Spain.

Live for Adventure

From hiking from Georgia to Maine on the Appalachian Trail over the course of six months to driving a tiny car from London, England to Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia, Domino is always looking for opportunities to see the world and have life-enriching experiences.

Domino sits at the 2000 mile mark on the Appalachian Trail.

Appalachian Trail

The Appalachian Trail is a 2,175 mile scenic trail that starts at Springer Mountain in Georgia and terminates at Mount Katahdin in Maine. Hikers traverse forests, mountains, meadows, and rivers to experience the gifts and tests of nature. Domino thru-hiked the trail, affectionately known as the A.T., in 2005 and kept a Trail Journal to chronicle his journey along the way.

Domino rides through a mountain pass on America's historic Route 66 highway running between Chicago, Illinois and Los Angeles, California.

Bicycling Route 66

Route 66 is a historic highway in the United States. Prior to the construction of the Interstate highway system, Route 66 was a popular thoroughfare between the Upper Midwest and the West Coast. Starting in Chicago, Illinois, Domino and his friend rode their man-powered bicycles against the wind across the United states, finally ending up in Los Angeles, California. They made many stops along the way, including a stop for Domino's high school reunion.

A photo of Suzie Rose, the 1 liter car Domino drove from England to Mongolia, in remote Mongolia.

Mongol Rally

The Mongol Rally is a madcap adventure involving driving tiny cars across several continents. The object is not necessarily to be first, but to have the most interesting experiences along the way. Each team chooses its own route, but the rally officially begins in Goodwood, England and ends in Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia. Where you end up in between those two points is up to you! Domino's route took him 10,000 miles across Europe, Eastern Europe, and Russia. His car, Suzie Rose, was a trooper until she encountered a large rock in the desert of Mongolia. The rest of the story is an epic adventure.

A photo of one of the many amazing landscapes Domino walked through while hiking the Camino de Santiago in Spain.

Camino de Santiago

The Camino is a pilgrimage from France to Santiago, Spain. In 2011, Domino completed the Camino in 27 days and pushed on to Finisterra for another three days. He averaged 20 miles per day with no rest days. The trek: 900km from St. Jean Pied de Port, France over the Pyrenees and across Spain to Santiago. And then he continued on to Fisterra, which is known as The End of the Earth. He ran the Running with the Bulls on July 9th at the San Fermin Festival in Pamplona. It was an amazing and long-held goal that he was able to include with this trek.

In this photo, Domino enjoys being above the clouds while climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.

Mount Kilimanjaro

After exploring Tanzania's wildlife-filled national parks on safari, Domino tackled climbing Mount Kilimanjaro just in time for the summer solstice. Ascending over 19,000 feet in seven days, the climb is physically and mentally challenging.

While I'm Here List

  • New Zealand/ Australia '15/'16
  • Great Wall Marathon 2016
  • Sundance Festival 2017

Other Potential Adventures

  • RIDEiculous—ride a scooter 10,000 miles to the "corners" of USA
  • The Flying Saucer Challenge—visit every Flying Saucer—*only 3 to go!!!
  • Paddle across Florida
  • Rickshaw Run—India

Domino's Travels

Countries Visited
Country Adventure
England World Interhash, Mongol Rally
Ireland World Interhash
Wales World Interhash
France Mongol Rally, Camino de Santiago
Germany Mongol Rally
Belgium Mongol Rally
Netherlands Mongol Rally
Czech Republic Mongol Rally
Denmark Mongol Rally
Sweden Mongol Rally
Estonia Mongol Rally
Russia Mongol Rally
Mongolia Mongol Rally
Canada Other Adventures
Tanzania Mount Kilimanjaro Climb
New Zealand Other Adventures
Australia Other Adventures