Friday, June 7, 2013

Grandpa Eyring

I remember when I was younger I would go with my grandpa to harvest honey from his bee hives. He would not wear any gear but calmly smoked the bees then pull out the honey comb panels. He had a bee business for many years by putting his bees in local orchards.
We always received honey along with other things that he would work with his own hands.
As my grandfather passed away we lost another man from a generation that worked hard and kept himself busy with hobbies and service to others.
This is a front panel of bee hive that will remind me of him and what kind of man I want to be known as, like him.

Homemade Root Beer

Decided to make my own soda. Right now I am keeping it simple with root beer from extract.

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Northern Kolob Canyon

I think I should explorer more of this part of the park next time.

Kolob Canyon

Lesser traveled part of Zions National Park. You can get into this park for free.

Angels Landing

View from here is pretty nice. Did the hike by myself and was able to do it in only a couple hours. First time hiking in Zions.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011


Do this is the third year in a row I have done Ragnar Wasatch Back. I think next year I am going to get my minute per mile down under 8.

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Underground Data Center (26 pics)

I would love to work here. Sign me up. Any one want to come with me?


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via World Of Technology by mayank on 12/1/10

Pionen is an underground data center that belongs to the biggest Swedish internet service provider Bahnhof. It is located 30 meters under the granite rocks. It was built in a former bomb shelter, thus it can withstand a direct attack with a hydrogen bomb. Two Maybach MTU diesel engines from a submarine are responsible for backup power supply. Together they produce 1.5 megawatts of power. The entrance doors are 40 cm thick. The place is surrounded with the granite and it just mesmerizes with its beauty.


Things you can do from here:


Tuesday, October 12, 2010

..Now Back At Me..

Thursday, September 30, 2010

Be the First One to See This Miracle!

Be the First One to See This Miracle!: "This is what a yacht crew noticed while traveling in the south Pacific. Go inside this post and experience the same thrill and emotions as these guys did when they saw this amazing phenomenon.

A beach?

No! This is not a beach.

These are volcanic stones floating on the water.

Where is the volcano?

No one would believe it.

The wake of my ship.

Then this was spotted, ash and steam rising from the ocean...

And, while we were watching...

A plume of black ash... Huge cloud covering everything even this far away.

Then the sky turns black with ash and the ocean turns gold with sun reflection.

Out of the ocean mountain peaks arise...

More eruption ash and clouds...

The mountain peaks rise higher within minutes.

A brand new island is formed...

Can you imagine the thrill of being the first and only people to see a new island being created where there was nothing before?