Blog

Ridin’ The Storm Out: Surviving Your Baby’s First 84 Weeks

It can be maddening trying to figure out your new kiddo’s moods. One week everything is fine, they’re sweet precious little angels, and the next they’re crying like you swaddled them in a blanket of fiberglass insulation. It makes no sense—you’re doing everything exactly the same as last week and yet they seem to have...

Read More

Adam and Baker Blackstone Griddle Face Off

For Labor Day, we organized a big group from school to spend the long weekend “Glamping” at El Capitan Canyon. In short, it was a blast. We drank, we ate, we sang, we ate s’mores, we swam in the ocean. A perfect end to Summer! Baker and I also hauled our Blackstone griddles up there...

Read More

Baker’s Fabulous Photos de Paris

It’s such a joy to photograph Paris because around every corner another breathtaking sight stops you in your tracks. As you wander through the city you are surrounded by stunning architecture, intriguing people and eye-catching oddities. A trip to The City of Lights is something you’ll surely never forget and I will forever be jealous...

Read More

From The Depths of Despair: A Tale of Miata Racing

In Episode 6, I tell a recent story of despair and redemption that traces the ups and downs of a recent racing weekend. Every month or two, I trailer up and drag my race car to the middle of the California desert to compete against other madmen like myself. Racing is a lot of work,...

Read More

Joshua Tree

Joshua Tree National Park can be heaven or hell depending on when you go – and we went at just the right time. It had rained a few weeks prior and the spring temperature was ‘room temp’ perfect. We hiked back to Barker Dam, a 1.1 mile loop to an ephemeral lake, and were please...

Read More

Baker’s Avocado Toast

Ahhhvocado toast, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways: It’s fast – even when half asleep It’s delicious versatile anytime of day It’s loaded with the good fats your body craves

Read More