Dotty Griffin (93) Grif Peterson (24) Miriam Peterson (97)

In August 2010, Grif decided that he wanted to go to Mongolia this summer. He spent/is spending the following 11 months getting a group together to join him and is very excited about the A-Team that has been assembled, except when Kate shoots down his dreams. He grew up in Connecticut, USA and attended Bates College studying politics and music. He currently works in finance in New York City.  He hopes to play more music soon. He has no idea what he will do after the Mongol Rally but that was kind of the point all along. He is also the father of another team member, Bear Hat. He is blogging for the Huffington Post this summer, and hopes to make a photo album of people around the world wearing Bear Hat.  An interesting thing about Grif is that he is currently writing in the third person.


5 Responses to Grif

  1. Aasim Khan says:

    GRIF! WTH? I’m not sure how I quite got to this page…but that doesnt really matter. I’m sure you dont remember me well, but we worked together a few summers back at MS. Best of luck on your journey….what a small world!

  2. Jimmy Lindsay says:

    Grif. More small worldness. You visited me in Cairo and at Bowdoin with Hannah Hughes. Now youre epic questing with my friend Jamie. She’s a dangerous rock star. Excellent work!

  3. Chris Legaspi says:

    Grif – You’re my hero Love, Chris Legaspi

  4. brian says:

    Grif –

    Hey my brotha from anotha motha! What a hell of an experience! I will be thinking of you!

    Your cousin,

  5. brian says:

    Grif –

    Glad to hear that everything is going well and you are having a great time! Thanks for keeping us updated, I enjoy reading your posts.

    Take ‘er easy,

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s