Christian Sasse is a local photographer near Vancouver who happens to be someone I met while he was filming and taking pictures of Bald Eagles last year. I love wild life of all sorts but the majestic Bald Eagle, especially this time of year while the salmon spawn are in an abundance. Christian, also known as just Sasse is a very talented relatively new photographer in this field and the video below is show casing Port Hardy on Vancouver Island’s north. We both have not been up there yet but will do one day. Enjoy a slice of heaven and watch the video Continue reading “Port Hardy, BC / Eagle Nova Films’ “Outdoor Treasures” Series”
Touratech guys are so LUCKY!
Will this new Japanese V-twin be adventure-touring’s best Open-class bargain?
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Once again another great article giving some good advise when out riding. Corning is so important and at least knowing what can be expected could save you from that OMG freaking out moment. Nothing is a guarantee but awareness is priceless. Even on ADV bikes this can happen.
Strategies for safely handling corners when hard parts touch ground
by Motojournalism and Traction off-road E-rag. Documentary about off-road riders Paul Rodden and Larry Murray two venerable motorcyclists who just won’t stop doing what they love. More info and behind-the-scenes at motojournalism.com
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Some of these place just look to good to be true!
Peggy Wang BuzzFeed Staff
1. In this sunken alcove garden in New Zealand.
Although we now only have dogs, I am a cat lover too and these pictures just make me smile….
The friendship between dogs and cats is entirely possible and there are many studies that have been done, and even being made, about the affection of these two species.
It is beautiful to see and tell interesting stories of how our pets are easily made friends, play games and are protected from each other. For this friendship lasts forever both should be treated equally, with the same care, the bathroom, game, food etc. This friendship is such that sometimes the dog lets the kitty eat from his plate but sometimes it did not and it’s better for everyone to have their dish for many reasons. I have decided to share adorable photographs revealing the forever friendship of cats and dogs. Checkout!
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Riding in Vancouver, BC almost 365 days a year we can agree that this article gives a great advise to being a successful commuter. We always have waterproof gloves with us but even H20 proof gloves can pack it in on some days. Back up gloves can save a life..we bring sometimes up to three sets of gloves. Hippo Hands are also a fantastic way to stay warm and dry…I know they are not beautiful but oh so practical…
October 10, 2013
Commuting by bike saves you time and money and is also more effective than a cup of coffee to wake you up in the morning. Use these tips to get the most of your trip to and from work, this is how to commute on a motorcycle.
Commuting to work requires you to ride in a myriad of different weather conditions. Even in a climate as mellow as Southern California, my commute ranges from dark, low 40-degree mornings to sunny, 95-degree afternoon rides depending on the time of year. Varied conditions mean you’ll need appropriate gear for all types of weather. We recommend the Aerostich Roadcrafter riding suit, as it can be made to fit all weather conditions and can be worn over anything. As a bonus, it’s been specifically designed to avoid wrinkling a business suit worn underneath. But, if you aren’t able to spring for that, a good winter jacket and gloves could do the trick. You can also add the following as needed: Continue reading “How To: Be an Expert at Commuting on a Motorcycle”
Worthy to be a BLOG post…hope my mom sees this….;-)
This is the story of a French postman who spent thirty years of his life building his dream home– a palace made of pebbles and stones he found along his postal route…. Continue reading “The Postman who built a Palace made of Pebbles”
This one is a sure keeper from our wedding day August 14th, 2013…for those who don’t know we have been together 16 years and got hitched this summer….
After we got married on August 14th 2013, we managed to get away for a few nights at the end of August. Here is a short video of what we saw, rode in and some of the sounds of our bikes with a tiny bit of music at the end. I am in no way even close to a videographer but at least I make attempts… 😉