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Unsolved Mysteries: Area 51

The air was crisp and despite the freezing temperature it still somehow managed feel like it was burning my skin. I could hear the ice crunch beneath my boots as I finished loading the van. Jen and the kids were enjoying their breakfast inside the house while I fought back the frostbite from my fingers…

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Finding The Christmas Spirit

A few weeks ago I had surgery for a bleeding ulcer and horrible acid reflux. I had taken several weeks off work anticipating I would be in a rough position to do just about anything. Originally I had planned to take my Unmanned Aircraft General exam, which I did and will post about later. I…

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Drone Life

My son and I have been playing with small drones for over a year now. He has shown an affinity for anything remote piloted and his skill develops way faster than mine. Given that we do several activities in remote areas, I decided to purchase a larger and more professional style drone. The first drone…

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Halloween Adventures Part 2

The air was cold and had a certain bite to it. I managed to crack my eyelids for brief moment before being assaulted by the tiny humans sleeping in the make shift beds next to me. The kids love Utah and visiting the grandparents. Even though our plan for the day was pretty much set,…

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Halloween Adventures Part 1

I love Halloween. Although, any holiday that encourages me to eat like crap without having to awkwardly purchase a gift for someone is a massive win. Halloween is only second to Thanksgiving. Every year our family plans a trip to Utah to visit my father and sometimes to pick out a Christmas tree. This year…

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Oak Glen Apple Orchards

A small town nestled in the foothills of Southern California. Oak Glen contains a hand full of apple orchards. Located only a short drive from Los Angeles, it makes for a quick and fun day trip with the kids. There are activities for all ages with several carnival type games to keep you busy. Heading…

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Santa Cruz with the Sprinter Van

Anyone who has driven in a beach town can understand the difficulties of “clearance” when driving a larger vehicle. Parking an extended wheel base Sprinter Van can be difficult and that alone can cause anxiety when planning trip. This short little post is here to save you from the headaches of trying to plan out…

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Road Trip Part 2: Detours

Living in Southern California you become accustomed to traffic. You develop a sixth sense about it and somehow always know when to look at the traffic updates on google. Knowing what is up ahead on the road can be a major game changer on a long road trip. It can make or break the entire…

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