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[Pasco, Washington and Coeur d'Alene, Idaho]

Badger Mountain in Pasco

The HE>i Pasco chapter

Travel essentials

The dock @ Coeur d'Alene

Gozzer shuttle. Double shakas all the way!

Hiccup, the best dressed 6 year old


[Back home in Hawaii]

Smiley Coffee Club on Lewers

Koko Head death tracks



Definitely had noodle knees on the way down

Chun's Reef

Disgruntle baristas :)

New friends! Amber, Gabi and Tim

Tim's calf

Kalua pig and pineapple pizza from Impossibles

We know Ben Thompson!

Ps. Planking. If ya don't know, now ya know!


I'm back from the desert (Pasco, Washington) and miss it dearly. Good GREAT folks and a change of scenery is always a recipe for winning. Pictorial update coming soon!

Our newest tee is now available online!

Blaine Hogan, the chap that is responsible for THIS nugget of a creation, is at it again. The talented fella gathered 15 years worth of notes that he scribbled as he juggled various creative endeavors and released his first book, UNTITLED: Thoughts on the Creative Process. I snatched it up earlier today and started flipping through it while lurking at Fresh Cafe. Buy it now for only $4.99 on Amazon, iTunes, and Barnes & Noble.

"UNTITLED will walk you through the creative process of attacking the blank page, executing vision, believing in the importance of contemplation, fighting the beast of resistance, learning from your failures, and creating beauty from the inside out."

Congratulations to good friend and great boss, Clark Little, on the 1 year anniversary of his Laguna Beach location. Stop in tonight for the special event and enjoy some amazing photographs of God's radical creations. More details here...

Shout out to Alana, just takin' care of bizz in the bg!

While we're on the subject.. wanted to congratulate the fella on another recent achievement. Clark was awarded the 2010 Oceans Photography Award by Nature’s Best Photography. Two of Clark's award winning photographs are on exhibit at the museum from April 16 through September 25, 2011. More here...

I'm super excited to give a listen to the lineup of musicians involved with Come&Live! Ascend the Hill has been racking up major plays lately.

I don't remember how I stumbled upon this but thanks to whoever it was that posted it.

"Speaking at TED in 1998, Rev. Billy Graham marvels at technology's power to improve lives and change the world -- but says the end of evil, suffering and death will come only after the world accepts Christ. A legendary talk from TED's archives."