I frequently get asked what “The Aloha Project” is… Really there is no direct answer, because the answer is in the name. It’s a project. I don’t really have a direction, deadline, or some major corporation telling me what I can and cannot do. It’s a breath of fresh air really. I go and follow my friends around and document their crazy antics while showcasing Hawaii and all of its beauty and glory.
It was the third afternoon of my four day backpacking trip through Paria Canyon – a 38 mile sandstone gorge on the Utah/Arizona border. My friend and I had set up camp on a sandy bench above the Paria River, and it was time to relax. I grabbed my sleeping pad and some snacks and found myself a cozy spot overlooking the meandering, boulder-strewn stream. Then I put on some tunes by Fat Freddy’s Drop, a soulful reggae band from New Zealand.
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Recently, I went backpacking on the Havasupai Indian Reservation, where our final destination was a lush enchanted oasis in the middle of the remote Arizona desert. There was nothing particularly precarious about this trip – just ten miles hiking each way with 2,200 feet of elevation change. It was challenging enough to work up a good sweat, but no special skills were required.
After announcing our sponsorship with Team Dirt Candy Racing, we hit the road for the AMA Supercross series. From Angel Stadium to the Georgia Dome we support our riders as they battle their way up the leader board. Each Saturday the FUGOO girls set up camp at the Dirt Candy truck in the Pits and get ready for the thousands of Supercross fans that cruise by and check out our Go Anywhere Speakers.