Waddup, my name is Tyke James, I am a musician, minimalist and I live in my van. Last October I was on a west coast tour with my friends Skylar (@skilla__eebs) and Jenn (@jennblosil). I was lucky enough to have sponsored by the one and only Coalatree.
"When I stepped foot in Norway I didn't know what to expect. But after spending nearly two weeks there, I can confidently say that you should add it to your list of places to go. If adventure, food, or amazing views are something you like, you will love Norway!"
It’s the most wonderful time of the year- you guessed it, the holidays! This time of year not only gets white and bright but there is a special joy that flows through the air and touches the hearts of all we come across.
Watching veterans turn their entire life around is truly rewarding in more ways than can be expressed. We all have struggles, that is part of life, but if you have that one thing you are passionate about then you have all you need.
Ambassador Ben Canevari isn't just a great photographer, he's a darn good barista. And he loves sharing coffee with others... so much he installed an espresso machine in the back of his rig. Now he can take his coffee everywhere.
Leaving it better calls for a proactive approach to ensure that our public lands and wild places are preserved for generations to come. But if we want to have continued access to our wild places, these actions are more than necessary.
There we were, my girlfriend Elena and I, thinking that death would be a sweet relief from this torturous heat! Sitting in 110-degree heat, no shade, no breeze, and no way to stay cool. I thought of praying, crying, or just shriveling up and becoming one with the stagnant sand that was getting hotter by the minute.
Seeing the jungle on both sides as we traveled up and down the river was awesome, and getting to watch the mist rising out of the jungle in the mornings was seriously one of the most beautiful things to see.
"Diamond Jim" Davis makes the limited-edition Haswell Knife sheaths entirely by hand, using the same tools and techniques from the days of yore. That means no electricity and no BS—just old fashioned, tried-and-true tools.
The stories were no longer just a voice, they were in front of me. I was reliving the stories and experiences my mother had told me. I took what I heard and ran for the beaches. I ran for the waterfalls. I ran to the next corner to experience those little festivals...