Hello! Thank you for visiting www.chiefish.com. My name is Jose Weber. I am an adrenaline junkie, and adore spending my days trying new adventures. My favorite pastime is skydiving, but the last month or so I have really taken to downhill mountain biking. The rush of wind at your face really gets my heart racing, and places a huge smile on my face. I have always enjoyed riding my bike, but downhill riding is a huge rush.
I have visited over 10 countries during backpack excursions, including Spain, Italy, Africa, Mexico, and Austrilia. I am currently planning a trip to Montreal, Canada. When I am not running around indulging in dangerous stunts, I am working as a Marine Biologist. My primary reason for starting this blog is for my love of adrenaline excursions. I plan to write about my travels, and tell about the activities that I get into along the way.
The place I call home at the moment, is nestled in Helena, Montana. The perfect backdrop for climbing mountains. I have scaled up various sections of the Rockey Mountains, and make it a point to hike as much as possible. My family was always known for traveling, and that lead to my love of the great outdoors. Along with that, came all the dangerous activities that beckoned my name.
I am not married, and I do not currently have any plans of settling down. Being ambitious at the moment, and seeing the world are the only current plans I have. I thought it best to document my adventures through a blog, so I could share them with others who enjoy exploring and trying new things.
I love my work…. It kind of goes hand and hand with my hobbies. I live as Eco friendly as possible. I currently light and heat with solar energy. I am also a vegetarian, as animals are an important part of my life. I love coming up with new recipes, as being a vegetarian is an aspect of my life that I am very proud of. I feel you have to stand up for what you believe in.
I have one dog named Jake, who is a two year old chocolate lab. He is my best friend, and goes on all my adventures with me. You will also see me mention him a lot in my blog, as well as give pointers on how to travel with your dog.
Jake adapts well to all surroundings, and gets along with other animals and humans. Jake stumbled into my life cold, underfed, and very sickly. I took him in, and within a matter of 10 days he looked like a different dog. I had been considering getting a dog for a long time, and it was fitting that he came along when he did.
That’s pretty much it. I hope you stop in often to see what I am into. Drop me a line, and let me know what you think of my blog. Later on, I will have a guest page where we can collaborate on new group adventures for all adrenaline junkies to join in on.