It was recently announced that two of the largest grocery store chains in the United States, Kroger, and Albertsons, are planning to merge. If shareholders and regulators approve this merger, it will create a grocery store behemoth with annual sales of over $280 billion. The larger competitor left in the market will be Walmart. This […]
Portland. City of Roses. City of Protests. City of Empty Streets, empty sidewalks, empty storefronts. Here are my images from walking around a couple of blocks in the downtown central business district. This was the premier place to be. Full of shops, culture, unique stores, and people. Take a look at it today. Boarded up. […]
About Looking for an easy hike to see something unique to the Mt. Hood Wilderness? Little Crater Lake may just maybe it. Little Crater Lake is 45′ deep and is spring fed. The water is crystal clear and a chilly 34 degrees Fahrenheit. There is no swimming allowed in the lake. There is a campground […]
About July is a great time to go out and explore Oregon! The weather is nice and most, if not all, of the snow, is melted around the various lakes allowing people to camp and recreate. Timothy Lake is one of the largest lakes on Mt. Hood. Did you know it isn’t a natural lake? […]
Can’t ask for a better day on February 11th in Oregon. 65 degrees with a offshore breeze. Oregon Perfect! What’s your favorite beach destination?
“You lose your way when you lose your why.” Michael Hyatt
After working with Traeger for months, I finally resolved the Ironwood 885 lid issue.
This spring, I upgraded my Traeger Grill from the Pro 22 to the new Ironwood 885. The new grill upgraded all the components adding a new variable-speed fan and auger; an insulated barrel to keep heat in better, downdraft rear venting; and bigger pellet hopper. After receiving the grill and assembling it, I created a […]
Always when traveling I try to find the local cuisine and experience what the locals eat. Hawaii’s traditional food is a fusion of cultures of Asian, Polynesian, and American.
After leaving the Volcanoes National Park, we decided to drive around the Island to Kona. On the way there, we stopped at Punaluʻu Beach. This is one of the most famous black sand beach in Hawaii.