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MY JOURNEY TO HERE
from pizza to pixels
My father was an engineer, an inventor and an accomplished painter. Every day was an adventure. He worked for a global company, so we moved all over the world. No matter where we lived, the biggest room of the home was dedicated to art. You could find hundreds of paint tubes, brushes, markers, canvases - creating is sewn into my fabric. I don’t feel like I’ve lived that day if I haven’t created something. That’s why this business means so much to me.
Whats on my mind
THE MIND OF MIKE BLOG
And we’re off! The adventure began June 3, 2017 by flying from Dallas, Texas to Tokyo to Saigon. We had no idea what was in store, but from my first social media post below, you can tell the adventure started quickly! Follow the journey here…
NOLA’s Tank And The Bangas
I luckily stumbled on this band via NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert series. They actually made the show through a NPR Tiny Desk Concert Contest that wound up having more than 6000 entries. So to win “hands down” pretty much sums it up – they BANGIN’! Below…
Not even Nick Saban knows this about Alabama!
What a journey this has been. We wound up at the King Fisher Bay Marina in Demopolis, AL yesterday. Want to know what Nick Saban doesn’t even know about? The Red Barn Restaurant & Lounge. Let me tell you about the Red Barn. We had,…
What not to do on the river! Day 4
We just did everything all the salty sailors we met along the way told us not to do. After getting hung up and luckily unhung, we woke up with a rope in the motor, 38 degrees, and one of the El Guapo crew snorkeling under…
Day 1-3 Video Recap
Here is a quick video recap highlighting the trip from Pickwick to Columbus, MS. Not sure if you have ever edited a video on a boat headed into a storm, but its a whole lot harder than I thought. Time to set sail for Demopolis….
Captains Log: Day 1 & 2
Sorry I couldn’t get this post out sooner, but its been easier to find a mermaid on the river than internet. Not that that is a bad thing. Life on the river can be unfamiliar, but welcoming. “You just never know. I’ve seen plenty of people…