Green Day


I normally don’t go crazy when it comes to team colors or holiday outfits.. but last year I was on tour in Europe and found out we were going to be in Dublin with a day off on St Patrick’s day. I figured if there was ever a time to go all out, this would […]

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The Pessimist’s Guide to Runyon Canyon.


If you want to go on a hike in LA, one of the most popular places to go is Runyon Canyon. Let’s start from the beginning of the “LA version” of a good hike: finding parking. It doesn’t matter what time of day you go, you will drive around for 45 minutes looking for parking. I […]

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Did You Know Peyton Manning Plays For The Broncos?


I do, now. I try to keep up on current events..but sometimes it’s hard. Last summer I was touring with a country band who was playing football stadiums. It was funny to me because the two things I have a pretty low interest in are modern day country music and football.. and my knowledge of […]

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Get Dejoured.


I’ve never gotten so many compliments on my ass. And I’m really happy about it. Dejour Jeans offer custom tailored, colorful, quality jeans for 50 bucks. And there’s only one place in the world you can get ’em – Brunswick, VIC – Australia, just outside of Melbourne. I’d heard about this place from a friend […]

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A’s Beach Place – Koh Phangan, Thailand


Koh Phangan is the Thai island where the Full Moon parties are held every month. It is the party island. When booking a hotel for this island we wanted a cool place where we would meet a lot of people for the Full Moon Party. We read a review that said A’s Beach Place was […]

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Kaffibarinn – Reykjavíc, Iceland


This place is darling. It’s in downtown Reykjavíc which is cute and clean and quiet. I had read reviews saying that this bar could be hard to get into & super crowded. I guess we picked the right night to go because we walked right in and found a table in the corner right away. […]

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Erg Chebbi Sahara, Morocco


Along the Morocco/Algeria boarder there is a little berber village nestled in the Erg Chebbi Sand Dunes. It may be in the middle of nowhere but you still get a traditional moroccan meal by candlelight and then a drum performance. Rugs cover the ground and if you go in Oct/Nov the weather will be perfect […]

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