Tim Coddington (Wildernut), originally from Michigan, has always has an affinity for the outdoors. He got his first boat when he was 12 and spent much of his teens fishing for anything from bluegill to King Salmon. As a young adult, he moved to Maui and camped on the beach for well over a year, regularly free diving 30-55 feet for octopus and fish, to trade for living expenses.
After returning to the mainland, Tim has been in many adventure races, owned an adventure photography business, and been on many extended mountain bike, kayak, and backpacking trips. Taking a bit from Mors, Tim practiced the ethic of, “the more you know, the less you need to carry” in his ventures.
Tim is now a nomad, traveling the country and has been camping for over 1280 days straight. He visits museums, archeological sites, cultural centers, and wherever else he can gain knowledge of past ways, learning all he can about uses for local resources in the process. Tim teaches and attends the best gatherings in the US, such as the Brewha Bushwack.