Monday, October 13, 2014

nine months later

Nah no more babies but i gotcha good you suckas!
Its been a difficult, crazy and confusing summer but what else is new?
This time around I think I'm going to keep my travel plans to myself and those who matter but as always we're in transit and headed off to the familiarity of the tropics, winter styles.
I have some words and advice for my fellow travelers that I'll share at a later time but for now let's just remember that the world can be as big or small as it cares to be, as always watch what ya wish for.
I wish that I had words to express the love that I feel for those certain, very special people that are the closest to my heart, but I don't. How's about I just keep living aloha and payin' em forward yeah? Yeah. Da. Si. Hai.
mucho aloha and catch ya on da flip

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Eh Boys!

Riv and Sage your dad misses ya both! I hope youre both happy and well and chasing your dreams. Keep rocking the drums Riv, I got you your first kit when you were two. Keep readin GG youre my carbon copy and I have an insatiable appetite for words. Aloha boys and be good to yourselves.

Monday, November 25, 2013

triple c

nope, havent been locked up, just locked down with too much work and too little technology to post my crazy kine thoughts and feelings. i miss you blog!

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

No Crap On Da Bus Brah

Look at the no no second to the left on the bottom row. 
Don't urinate or defecate on dabus. It's a written rule because someone has broken it in the past. Welcome to Honolulu. 
Thank god I live in waimanalo away from that madness. 
A view of my morning commute via dabus. 

Sunday, October 6, 2013

Sunday Sailor

Jonny and I got a sweet cruise today in an awesome Hawaiian style outrigger sailboat care of neighbor Chad. 

I've got some solid experience on the water but I've never been in a craft quite like this. There is no keel, the rudder is an oversized paddle requiring the helmsman's full attention and strength and the "deck" is cloth rigged up to the frame. 

We sailed north from Waimanalo to Lanikai passing the homes of Paul Mitchell, Susan Sarandon and the beach pad of ex president Reagan. 

More importantly I got to check some outer reef surf breaks up close and personal with a lifetime local tour guide. All in all a perfect day.