Hanging photos at Snoosh Junction – Seattle

I’ve made some prints from South Africa recently, and they came out amazing. I will be hanging them at Snoose Junction for the month of November, then to be determined after that.
Snoose Junction is an independent eco friendly pizzaria in downtown ballard. They are located at:
2305 NW Market St
If your in the neighborhood, stop by and check them out.

Bike Porn – 08 Voodoo Wazoo – Single Speed Cyclocross Monster

I completed the last of the work to get my new single speed disk cyclocross bike finished and ready to race. Here’s the component list:

Voodoo Wazoo 58cm frame w/ Evo carbon fork
Chris King Headset
Salsa stem, short and shallow drop bars
Shimano levers
Cane Creek inline levers
Selle Flight saddle
Thomson seat post
Ultegra cranks
42t salsa chain ring
19t ACS freewheel
Whiperman chain
Avid BB7 disk brakes
Paul hubs
DT Revolution spokes
Mavic Open Pro rims
Panaracer Cross Blaster tires

This was the first set of wheels I’ve ever built, and they ride like a dream. Check out the finished bike:

The great spirit Zaupah
The great spirit Zaupah
The great spirit Zaupah
The great spirit Zaupah
The great spirit Zaupah
The great spirit Zaupah
The great spirit Zaupah
The great spirit Zaupah
The great spirit Zaupah
The great spirit Zaupah
The great spirit Zaupah

Voodoo

The Grand Spirit Zaupah.






Single Speed Xer’s watch the fuck out!

888 I.P.A.

Delicious one batch only brew. Happy Birthday Emilie!

Kendalls Catwalk

I-90, exit 52, turn left and park.

We walked around the trail head in the mostly dark forest just after dusk looking for a spot to pitch a tent. We settled on a spot with a breathtaking view of the parking lot, and it’s coming and going inhabitants. To our other side was the trail, so we could make sure and say hi to all the fuzzy little homo sapiens frequenting the area. I slept through the sunrise, and missed the shot of the rising sun over the parking lot. Oops.
We got up at noon on a quick mozy to get moving which included coffee and oatmeal. The PCT north from Snoqualmie Pass was a smooth reasonable grade up the mountain. The trail is well maintained and wide all of the way to the catwalk. The widest point on the trail is the catwalk itself, which degrades some of it’s mystique, but makes for easy passing.

Lunch on top of the catwalk was a great idea. The view was spectacular.