Dave has worked in the Adirondacks as a summer camp director, university outdoor program administrator, and EMT. These days he teaches backpacking, climbing, canyoneering, and backcountry skiing in addition to WFAs, WFRs, WFR-Rs, WUMPs, and WEMTs. Dave is a proud preceptor for new NOLS Wilderness Medicine instructors, and proctored the first Wilderness Medicine and Rescue Semester.
Once I walked from the Hungarian-Slovenian border to the Adriatic Sea, contracting only moderate Achilles tendonitis. I made the first descent of Black Wolf Creek, in Canada's Northwest Territories. I’ve hitchhiked from California to Maryland wearing a Santa hat and carrying a sign that read “Home by X-mas.” I can frame a house, make chicken stock from scratch, and tell a good story.