Leaving Morro Bay behind we decided we want experienced Santa Cruz how we wanted. A short stop in St. Louis Obispo was the furthest we made it down south till this point. Santa Cruz had such a reputation for surf & we had driven straight past so much. We switched Highways to the 101, a […]Read More California Part 2 – Simpler Times & Chasing Mavericks (had to).
Looking back a curiosity for California started from a young age. Unable to really know why until later in life, maybe just the media & how the west coast of California influenced my taste in music. Turns out my opportunity to visit would be decided on impulse, at a pretty uncertain time for me. I […]Read More California Part 1 – Passing Freedom & Finding Harmony.
If a picture paints a thousand words a t-shirt tells a thousand stories. My shirt has been across the world, faced fears, accomplished goals & seen some hard times too. When you buy a shirt you look for style, durability & purpose. They allow you to express yourself. I remember buying this shirt to hang […]Read More The legend of ‘Matagonia’
Pele the goddess of fire & volcanoes is said to have creating 5 volcanoes: Kohala, Mauna Kea, Hualalai, Mauna Loa, and Kilauea, these make up the ‘Big Island’ of Hawaii. All are pretty visible from the plane as well as the islands size. It dwarfs the other islands, but also has a powerful character, one I […]Read More Big Island, Big Volcanoes, Old Spirits.
The Hawaii islands seem to have different characters. Oahu is like the arrogant older brother who likes to show off, where Kauai is the quiet, spiritual guy in the corner. When you arrive you get a feeling you’ve landed somewhere ancient with stories to tell. I mean 70% of the island is inaccessible by foot, […]Read More A Week In Kauai & Finding Truth.
I often get asked ‘why Hawaii?’ Other than its undeniable beauty & perfect surf. Well it’s always been a place I’ve admired on TV & in Movies even since I was real young. I always new it would be a place for me, then I arrived…Read More Aloha Oahu! Sharks, Craters & the ‘Magic Bus’
I always remembered as a teen me & my friends would joke around saying “one day I’m going to go for milk & just keep going”. In my early twenties this statement slowly became an excuse to travel.Read More Gone For Milk…My Story