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For the 13th installment of our Journeys series, we follow along with Preston Richardson and friends on a short, but action-packed, exploration of Norway. We have developed some serious travel envy from this one. In Preston’s words: “We headed west from Oslo as soon as our flights got in at 9:00 PM. It was pitch […]

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Living in Southern California can become a little monotonous, with only small changes in the weather and the constant urban sprawl. The landscape changes drastically just a couple hours East, however, and Eli and crew decided to explore to escape their day to day routine. In his own words: “I had meant to plan a […]

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For the eighth installment of our “Journeys” series, we sent some of our shades along with Luke Byrne on a backpacking trip across the Tasmanian wilderness. The trip was the initial excursion for a project Luke & Co. are starting called The Adventure Handbook (find out more about that project and visit their Instagram at […]

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Local Portland Sculptor Eric Franklin works in an extremely interesting, if somewhat macabre, medium. He utilizes clear glass tubing, vacuum sealed and filled with noble gases such as neon, krypton, argon, and xenon to create stunning renderings of the human form. The process is extremely tedious and painstaking, sometimes taking thousands of hours per finished […]

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Winters in Portland are long, cold, and wet– but not quite cold enough to see any significant amount of snow in the city. Mt. Hood is close and accessible– if you’re willing to make the hour and a half drive and deal with the sometimes heavy traffic and often dangerous road conditions. The combination of […]

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