I’m not only a country music artist, but an avid jeep lover, photographer, song writer, adventure seeker, and so much more. From my career in the music industry to my personal life, I want to invite you – my friends – to get to know me better as I share things most important to me including the random adventures of my day-to-day life. One thing is for certain – no matter what, we’re sure to have a good time!
Last week I took a trip to sedona to visit some of the ancient cliff dwellings in the area. At the Honanki ruin site I was amazed to see what I recognized as a Bigfoot painting high on the cliff wall. I did a little bit of research, and here is some history about it.
Proceed with caution – educational purposes only! Practice makes perfect – be sure to buddy up at the range! Did you know that you should ALWAYS keep your finger off the trigger until you’re about to fire?
This ones for Steve. So thankful to have crossed paths with this amazing man and manager 🙏🏻 Hold the ones you love tight, y’all..
Do you believe in ghosts? Who wants to hear the full “Ghost stole my wallet” tale?? 😱 If you like horror stories then this is one chilling story that you don’t want to miss.
Did you know the oldest set of petroglyphs were carved between 10,500 and 14,800 years ago into a wall of rocks at Winnemucca Lake?!
I love sharing fun facts with people. Did you know that Music City is home to THE largest songwriter festival Tin Pan South.
In my latest episode of “Ryan Sims Almost Died”, I learned that some gold mines are not meant to be entered alone. To gold mine or not to gold mine? The answers lie below.
In my fourth episode of “Ryan Sims Almost Died” I went on a solo camping at a 1,400 year old Indian settlement ground is a liiiiitle creepy, but the petroglyphys and views make up for it.
In my third episode of “Ryan Sims Almost Died” we adventure and check out this abandoned copper mine I found on Google Maps! How cool?
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