Age of the Farmer

Since we grew up on a small family farm and currently live on a farm in the Pacific Northwest, this film resonates. Baby steps is all it takes. And if you don’t want to, or aren’t able to do it yourself(farm), then buying from folks like this is one way to make a change for […]

With out Risk there is little reward.

  You have it heard it before..probably too many times yet it still might not sink in. What we perceive as putting it on the line can become less and less of a focus in our lives. The quest for comfort, warmth and safety beckons us to take shelter from our fears. What if we […]

Compassing

One website we really enjoy and have been lucky enough to be featured on is KorduroyTV. The site is dedicated to not just surfing but diy ethics, environmental awareness, tiny home culture and van life among many other things that are right up our alley. The creator of the site, Cyrus Sutton is a free […]

Inspiring Video

In a world full of so much chaos these days and everyone talking about the end and how bad it is etc. it is still nice to know that there are folks that are just quietly “putting up the numbers” and living life in their own terms. Photographer Chris Burkard is one of those creatures. […]

In the fog

Surfing has brought me so much. From humble beginnings growing up in a mill town and not even knowing people surfed in New England, to eventually dedicating much of my life to it. I started later than most die-hards so have had to make up for lost time. This has meant complete immersion and I […]

Tiny Homes book review by Skye is up on KorduroyTV.

Really stoked on sending some writing and content over to the crew at KorduroyTV.  These guys are amazing and I’m honored to have some work chosen to publish on there. We feel pretty strongly about tiny homes living and culture. Why? Well, it just makes sense in so many ways. We really just need shelter […]