The use of traveling is to regulate imagination by reality, and instead of thinking how things may be, to see them as they are.

Hello! I am stoked our paths have crossed! You’ve made your way to Worlds Between Lines. If you decide to hang around I can promise some good imagery, candid renditions on life and the inner workings of my brain all spelled out here.

When did this website start? Initially I built Worlds Between Lines to document my bicycle tour adventures. What you see now is a rebuild after finding out my old website was hacked by someone in Algeria. I will be adding all the content from the previous bicycle tours in time.

What is the purpose of this site? You’ll find writings of the world through my eyes, transparent, no filter. It’s my attempt to document the world that surrounds me and perhaps give someone like yourself a reason to look inward and strive for growth or simply have an elegant way to view my web world. You’ll find my deepest opinions and harshest realities written along side my most memorable, timeless, and stoic moments.

Lets hit it off, so stick around yeah? Welcome to the open book of Patrick Hendry with all the triumphs and failures that go along with it. Cheers!

Patrick Kyle Hendry



  • Patrick Hendry
    August 26, 2015
    Red Butte Gardens
    Garrison Keillor
    I had the chance to see Garrison Keillor at Red Butte Gardens in Salt Lake City this week. It was one of the checks on the list of things to do before I die. It was epic to say the least and I am thankful for those in my...
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  • August 13, 2015
    New Hampshire Climbing
    A few weeks back I flew out to Boston with the sole intention of drinking and climbing, which should not be confused with "drinking while climbing." A quick skip up to White Mountains of New Hampshire to trad what Tim had already free-climbed...that crazy fucker.
    Places - Recent - Travels
  • July 5, 2015
    To see the unseen
    Whatever way you find to quiet your mind, know this, you're not doing it enough. There is no quantity deemed excessive for being in a state of stillness and I suggest seeking out refuge as much as possible. It's the only way I have found to keep inner demons at bay. It's...
    Events - Nature - Recent - Serenity - Thougths
  • June 16, 2015
    Alexander Basin Trail
    It has been two years since I have been in the Wasatch Mountains. I have much to reflect on since my time away and what better place to do reflecting than in mother nature. The quiet always brings me back to the self that I truly am...it ignites the...
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