Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover. — Mark Twain

If that quote doesn’t reach out and grab you, then we’re not really sure what will. At Catch the Winds we don’t want to be disappointed by the things we didn’t do, and we don’t want you to be either. There’s an incredible world out there waiting to be discovered. It’s our goal to meet the fascinating people, take in all the incredible sights and live the great adventures, and we want you to come with us every step of the way. From videos, to blog posts, to pictures we’ll have you covered on Facebook, Google+, InstagramPinterest, TwitterYouTube and right here at!

Catch the Winds is brought to you by two awesome people (we’re a little biased). Here’s a chance to get to know your new travel partners:

Catch the WindsTim Lewis is a sportscaster in Seattle, Washington. He studied communication at Washington State University, and has spent the last decade in the television news business. Tim has traveled all over the United States (he’s almost been to all 50 states), and he’s also ventured to Costa Rica and all over Europe. He says his dream destination is everywhere. You can learn more about him on his personal blog

Tove Tupper works as a digital and social media strategist in the communication department at a school district near Seattle. She also studied communication at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington. Tove spent several years in the television news business before starting a new path in public relations. Tove has traveled all over the world, including stops in Africa, Scandinavia, Europe and more. You can find more on Tove at

Not only do we want to share the world with you, but we also want to help you share the world with others. Tim and Tove are social media/blogging masters. They have thousands of followers and friends across the different social media platforms, and their YouTube videos have been viewed more than one million times. Catch the Winds is here to share all of our social media secrets with other travel bloggers and anyone else who wants to listen.

We always want to hear from you! What do you like about our site? What do you hate about it? If you want to compliment us or tell us that we’re idiots – our lines of communication are always open. Fire any (and we mean any) comments and questions about travel, social media or anything else to catchthewinds(@)gmail(dot)com. We promise to get back to you!

Now go on with it! Explore. Dream. Discover.