Sunday, July 21, 2013

Warning, This enitre post is me ranting and raving about a Magical Towel!

Ok, well it is not a magical towel, but it is kind of. I have been out shooting/working-out alot in these 100 degree days. The end of the day was horrible because I just got home and passed out. I could not up load photos or make dinner or anything. Additionally, one of the biggest things we have to worry about in this heat is passing out. It can cause all this nasty stuff like death and what not. So I was directed to give this towel a try.

The towel is the Mission Athletecare Enduracool Instant Cooling Towel. So the cool thing about this is you get it wet, wring out the excess water, and then here is the magic part... snap it three times. It instantly turns right around 60 degrees for about 2 hours or so. Lots of factors can effect how long it last, but it has lasted a good hour and a half for me before I had to douse it in water again and snap away.

They offer various size's shapes and colors. I got the bandana because that was all that was left in the store I purchased mine from. But you can explore through the different color and size selections. They are reusable and easy to clean.

So if you are having trouble with the heat check this guy out. It is great for use on the hot days when not being out is not an option. It is pretty outstanding!!!


P.S. Enduracool has not asked me to talk about this product. I just have found it so flipping amazing that I had to share with you guys. It has been huge to me.

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Wild Flower for a Wild Place

Wild Flower for a Wild Place

The backyard at my rural home in PA was always an incredible place to the mind of a 9 year old. It seems the mind is awash with imagination. Adventure is around every corner and dangers lurking in every shadow. Some things never get old. Walking around that back yard with my camera now on the eve of being 30 and something truly special stirs inside of you. Flowers turn to stars. Trees still look great to climb. It is funny the only race we are ever really in is the one with our selves. SO sometimes it is really nice to go back to the start line just to see how far you have gone.