For those who were not able to attend the wedding of Holly and Kim in Nicaragua, here’s a video of the ceremony along with some highlights from the awesome week of adventure that preceded the big day. Thank you to … Continue reading
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Tagged destination wedding, get married, holly beck, Kim Obermeyer, marriage, nicaragua, true love, video, wedding
Will one of you please buy one of these and invite me over for a bbq every now and then? Please? ; )
Painting my new Rusty “Stump”, hanging with my sister, drinking a cold IPA, and taking a quick spin on my Sector 9 skateboard.
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I love beer. Let me re-phrase that actually, I love good beer. One of the trade-offs involved in spending so much time in tropical locations is the lack of good beer. Sure, Bintangs are great for boat tripping refreshment, Hinano … Continue reading
A collection of images from 2 months of road tripping in Oregon, Nor Cal, Costa Rica, Panama, and Nicaragua music: The Transplant Song by Tim Bluhm http://www.motherhips.com
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Tagged california, costa rica, holly beck, mother hips, nicaragua, oregon, panama, road trip, tim bluhm
Another gem by Nicki and Tim Bluhm singing their song off Nicki’s new album “Stick With Me”. The “Bridge Sessions” video was created by Karina Mackenzie. I love these guys! Nicki has a new album about to come out. For … Continue reading
Nicki Bluhm has a new album coming out soon! In case you aren’t aware, Nicki Bluhm is the gorgeous and talented wife of Mother Hips singer Tim Bluhm. After downloading every possible Mother Hips tune then moving on to all … Continue reading
The Mother Hips are my favorite band. While planning a road trip from LA to Portland for Christmas, we had to stop in San Fran for the night to check out the Hips at the Great American Music Hall. They’ve … Continue reading
I like beer. On a quick stopover in Ashland, Oregon we hit up the Caldera Brewery tap house to sample a few brews on a cold wet evening. Among the favorites were the Dry Hop Orange (delightfully hoppy but not … Continue reading