OneTribe 2010

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10k in 48, HOORAY!

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Hooray again I’ve never ran passed the Causeway so fast. I pushed for that last bend to the end remembering what the little girl signed said. “Dig Deeper”, because it was just a Seinfeld episode and a have ago we were all clustered on the street at the start gate with bright eyes and springy shoes.  Whether it was dropping the gear at the tents or a last minute bladder drain everybody was feeling fit and everything they were doing had a spring to it. Then it kicks off, we begin to move slowly like a herd at a cattle drive. Feeling Billy Crystal is gonna pop up behind me on his noble stead saying Moo Cow! Moo Cow!.

But seriously what is this? Its 8 in the morning on a Sunday and I’m already a mile deep. But its not just me, this mass amount of people get together every year on this day and run 10k. Its wild! Trying to utilize the weirdness of running down these main streets through red and green lights. “Should I act like a car on low gas and just give ‘er” because about 3 km in, you start thinking about the last cigarette you every smoked. But if the fireman with full gear on isn’t stopping then neither am I.

Hitting the water edge with the hill ahead we were a variegated school of fish swimming as one.  Possibly what it might have looked like when Moses lead his people with pride and determination out of bondage.  If Nike or Reebok where around in those times. Now the moment of hydration with arms extended the water station is a scene of crushed cups and the chaos of changing your rhythm. The climb rose and the Indian drums pound a peppy beat that could be categorized if there was something out there called Tribal Pop. Its spirited and then I see it, “1 mile left”. The sexiest sign I would see all day.

Congrats to all the runners who attempt marathons of any distance.

Fun Word: Variegated

Anything that is vari colored and diversified in its awesome natural state 

Two Sides Of The Same Coin

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Whether grey or blue sky the hoop won’t change. The only thing that might change is how you look at it. the ambition/thrill to play. The revelation that the drive to be outside far surpasses the obstacles infront of you. A completely different dynamic, the truth is it is difficult to feel overheated with cold clouds overhead. But the beauty of an overcast day is after the running, embrace the cold air rushing through your body.
As the heart beat slows to a regular beat and the brumal atmospheric conditions begin to tickle at the little hairs and arms, nothing feels better then slipping on a sweater. One of the reasons why at One Tribe, for the extra warmth, we rock Hoodies with a heavier thread.  Because whether its by the ocean or in the concrete jungle our playground shouldn’t  be decided by wheather.

Fun word
Brumal ~ anything relating to that shiver that comes from wintry cold weather

RIght Before You See It

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 Then the darkness breaks, The wind sweeps over the head and you get a sweet salty smell, the trees stop and you begin to see blue and light. The wind hits again and as you gravitate towards the still mountains you know your about to come up to an epic view.

It was a fun day out in the hills of deep metchosin forest. Saw a jeep climb cliffs, saw mussels the size of fish. Cold breeze but One Tribe did up some warm Ragnarock Hoodies.

Find Your Compass In Virtual Reality

I just viewed something that enlighten my eyes to see technology finally meeting with my imagination. The Wild Within VR Experience is interactive and beautiful. Taking you up the Great Bear Rain Forest surrounded by an aerial perspective of earthy rich landscape with multiple destinations to experience. You then get to choose your own adventure, love it. Watch how a vision at Dare Agency combines with drones and go pros to create a cool flow of travel through this space of majestic beauty. Excited for the finish because this looks like something awesome to experience.

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Christmas in Odesa

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At the beginning of every year that momentum we get is driving by a propitious nature that flows through us and revitalizes are passion to seek out the journey that lies ahead of us.  Which is why it is in perfect form to celebrate unsung dedicated ones surfing the finest breaks however big or small because even in the remote and most unlikely parts of the world you can still find destinations like this one in Arcadia Beach, Odesa, Ukraine.  The official day for Ukrainian Christmas was yesterday, where some celebrate for the whole week and in keeping with my roots  I’ll shall do the same because Ukrainians know how to party.

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Propitious – the very welcoming favorable choice thats full of promise to become awesome

 

The Winter Warlock Just Wants To Be Called Winter

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It’s always special when you discover how each character enriches the story, showing something significant about themselves and how they connect to the moments in the story were their actions  becomes the history.  In particular the classic Santa Claus is Coming To Town brings the history of how it all came to be delightfully to life. Kris always having to be one step ahead of that mean old mayor The Burgermeister, finding ways to sneak kids the toys (which later had him on the run like Harrison Ford in the fugitive). The beard and red coat, Meeting Miss Jessica, the future Mrs Claus and all the Winter Warlock wanted to be called when he was nice was Winter. On The Fifth Show of Christmas watch some playful animation with greats like Fred Astaire and Mickey Rooney in Santa Clause Is Coming To Town.

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Bringing in Christmas Like A Badass, John McClane Style

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This is it, if anyone is wondering, Die Hard is my favorite christmas show. Partly because so many tell me it’s not, I feel I have discovered a rare holiday gem.  Just listening to the musical score throughout the movie, there is so much christmas music beautifully orchestrated you would think you were in Carnegie Hall,New York until  you see John McClane tearing across the screen with a machine gun and realize your in sunny LA with that determined German bastard Hans Gruber trying to take over Nakatomi Plaza on Christmas Eve.  With so many actors who had passed on the main role, I couldn’t image anyone else but badass Bruce Willis playing the role. On The Sixth Show Of Christmas get some Wild Turkey bourbon and watch Die Hard. To all a yippy ki ya muthaf%#*ker and to all a good night

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How The Grinch Stole Our Hearts

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Finished the last of my Christmas Shopping (I hope). The traffic was bad, the people were jerks and all the noise, noise, noise makes it a perfect night to have some wine and watch That grouchy green old Grinch. He is so lovable my heart grows the full three sizes every time because like many of us, it’s when we expect someone to fall into their normal pattterns and then are completely surprised and delighted when they do what we never thought they were capable of doing. On The Seventh Show of Christmas  we take a sleigh ride to the quirky town of Whoville with The Grinch Who Stole Christmas.

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FInd The Heart of Dance and Theatre in White Christmas

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As White Christmas was introduced to the world the holidays would forever get a precious gem that brings the heart of dance theatre and film all together.  The performance of the whole cast is phenomenal, but Danny Kaye  and his number in “Choreography” is my absolute favorite. Even in a snowless Vermont, the director Michael Curtiz, also of Casablanca, found an elegance in the landscape and every time I watch I become more aware of how much work went into building the sets and the whole production during that time of film. With The Eight Show of Christmas turn on some lights, curly up with some egg nog and watch  a timeless treasure.

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Trading Places Makes Vengeance So Freaking Funny

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With it being only his second role, Eddie Murphy strikes comedic genius with Dan Aykroyd. A charismatic  con artist man and proper gentlemen of the stock exchange find their paths unlikely crossing and raise the bar for future movies to come. Billy Valentine and Wintrop characters are priceless, even down their names. Showing how the season of Christmas can bring you luck, disappointment, Jamie Lee Curtis in German lederhosen and the sweet joy of revenge. So on the Ninth Show of Christmas we are watching Trading Places and unlike the Duke Brothers, I don’t even have to bet you a dollar that this will become one of your holiday favs.

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