Summer on the Mt. Hood glacier is pretty sweet, add in a rail jam held at Windell’s with some of the best riders and you have a ticket for success. Classic bluebird conditions with a 3ish hour jam format many a trick went down. Till next summer for the 2nd Khai Krepela’s Summer Classic? Congrats […]
Standing above Triple Falls off the Columbia Gorge, Oregon. hiking info Using a Canon AE-1 to shoot the black and white photo on Ilford Delta 100 film of my dslr taking a long-exposure with ND filters this past winter.
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After the December 2007 Great Coastal Gale the Salmonberry track which has been in operation since the 1920’s closed due to extensive storm damage on the old bridge infrastructure. From 2008 to 2016 the trail was open to the public for hiking but as the track deteriorated the land still owned by the rail company […]
Its spring in Oregon and that means we have flowers, snow, rain, sun, and hail all in a good day outside. Camping by the ocean or the mountains on a clear afternoon does not predict a dry evening and judging when the rain may let up is a guessing game at best so don’t wait too long. Stormy […]
The first time to British Columbia I was around 14 headed to High North Ski Camp located in Whistler and since then I’m always ready to make a trip back North | pre-dslr, cell phone and instagram oh my! The last few years I’ve visited Salmo, British Columbia. A small town established in 1898 during a gold rush in the region. […]
Cleaning house – All old prints $15.00 – Buy 2 get 1 free* *unless price is noted – displayed in order, (click the ‘i’ in light-box to find corresponding name to list) – “Wendy’s” (2) Luster 11 x 14 – “Champlain” (1 set – 2- 11 x 14) Luster 11 x 14 ($30) – “Shoes” […]
Started with cleaning out the garage and a pile of 40 or so old skateboards from my roommate who was a coach for awhile and would hold onto all the kids old skate decks. There is a bunch of info online about how to work with old skate decks if interested in creating something to […]
For the last 2 years I have been helping Walter of Digilog Designs laying-out and printing custom vinyl controllers for musicians and have finally launched a soft website – in anticipation of offering a range of services from vinyl applications we currently offer as well as other promotional material like, color die-cut stickers, apparel printing […]
Updated the static ‘made in the usa’ tag on the Treefort Lifestyles website to an interactive sprite animation that works on mobile and desktops alike. Enjoy and happy scrolling some of the css to make the sprite animation. CSS flag animation from Christopher Lisle on Vimeo. View a product on Treefort Lifestyles to see it […]