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Thursday, February 18th, 2016

Rugged Edge
My friend Craig Borden calls me every single morning on his drive to work. Craig owns Rugged Edge Sports in Corner Brook, Newfoundland. He lives in Humber Valley so he has a 20 minute daily commute and leaves the house anywhere between 5 and 6:30 to open his shop at 7. He’s a hard worker, for certain and tells me I’m the only other person he knows that’s up and willing to talk at this hour. .... Continue Reading this Post

Klim Crab

Thursday, October 29th, 2015

I went commercial crab fishing last spring and as unbelievable as that might seem in its own right, I chose to wear a suit of Klim protective outerwear for the occasion. Some might think I’m crazy for wearing such an expensive snowmobile suit on a fishing boat and God knows the crew had a great time tormenting me when I arrived on the dock – “Look at buddy coming in the good suit of clothes!” “You must have some money brother? Going to ruin that beautiful suit out here! Never get the smell of fish out of it.” “I thought you were coming to lend a hand fishing? Suppose you’re just going to lay back in your fancy suit and take pictures all day, are ya!” Thankfully their abuse was the least of my worries that morning and by the end of the trip – I ended up looking like a genius and Klim may have an opportunity to develop an entirely new marketplace for their equipment. .... Continue Reading this Post

Bryce’s Wish

Sunday, October 4th, 2015

Oh Yeah! Boondockers’ Pow Party in Idaho Falls went great, thank you very much for showing up and participating. Because of you we were able to raise a lot of money for (more…)

Klim Again

Sunday, March 29th, 2015

Dan and Ryan circa 2007
I remember when a faded navy coloured, button down, long sleeve, casual dress, Ralph Lauren ‘Polo Shirt’ first arrived at our house. It was a gift from my brother’s girlfriend (now wife Raylene) – meant for him but shared by all of us. In a family of four boys, all born within four years, the expression “First out best dressed” takes on a whole new meaning!” There was not a single morning that shirt didn’t leave our house, except wash day. And I can’t remember Mother running the Maytag more than twice a week. But boy did that shirt last! I’m betting it was on the circuit for 3 or 4 years before the elbows finally wore through. And even then we simply covered it with a V-neck sweater for another season’s use. .... Continue Reading this Post