The Chevrolet Corvette is one of the most iconic cars in the world. Since 1953 it has captured the minds of men (and women) around the world for it's style and performance but also for being a fabulous example of American automotive design ability. While there are other American-made sports and muscle cars - none come close to the way Corvette combines performance and style into a lifestyle that is larger than just another fast car. However, few people actually get to experience how amazing this car really is since at highway speeds and on regular roads it's just a great looking car that turns head and goes fast. That all changed for me when I got invited to spend a day with Chevrolet driving a few different versions of this American icon around the track at the Ron Fellows Performance Driving School in Pahrump, Nevada - just outside Las Vegas.

Ireland's Ancient East is a region of the country full of ancient legends and stories as well as modern treats attracting foodies as well as beer and whiskey lovers. 

If you've ever dreamed of the ultimate fly fishing adventure, it doesn't get much better than this. Imagine spending 17-days in the Chilean Patagonia dipping your fly into remote waters barely touched by civilization.

The concept of a "Gap Year" adventure was once something that was only common among Europeans. However, It is now popular for teenagers and young adults all over the world to enjoy a year off. For many, this means that they’re going to travel - and not just to the neighboring city. Gap years tend to involve either a volunteer program somewhere exotic and rather far away, a couple of months of backpacking with a friend, or even taking a course in some activity such as surfing in another country.

Ozark is one of my favorite shows on Netflix and I'm betting it is for a lot of you guys too. This a gripping crime saga set in Osage Beach, Missouri where the family relocates after having to leave Chicago. While sadly most of the show isn't actually shot here, there's no reason why we can't use this setting as a backdrop for a thrilling Ozark-themed Bachelor Party of our own.