My own thoughts of what to write here confuses me. There are so many directions that we can go... so where do I go from here? I chick am from South East MA. Rasin' Hell, Wheelin', Snowboarding, Horseback Riding, Camping and having abnormally gigantic fires are the things I find enjoyable.

10th July 2012

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Fog.

Fog.

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18th March 2012

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18th March 2012

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Had a little fire last night ;)

Had a little fire last night ;)

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7th January 2012

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3rd January 2012

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26th December 2011

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Good times :)

Good times :)

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19th December 2011

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The Cobra. Was a camper, now … so much better!

The Cobra. Was a camper, now … so much better!

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15th December 2011

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That was a full size couch.

That was a full size couch.

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5th December 2011

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"We were driving back from the snowboarding hill in Oregon when we ran head first into a storm. Hundred-foot trees battled the elements against 70-mph winds.

I saw a tree begin to fall in front of us and slammed on my brakes. We stopped merely feet from where the tree fell in front of us.

Had we been in any other car, we would be dead. Realizing the gravity of the situation, I put my STI in reverse, intending to spin the car around and head back to the closest town for safety. It was then, outside my window, I saw the worst thing of my life. A tree was falling directly towards our roof. The next second was the longest second of my life. I did my best to gauge where the tree would land while slamming the car from reverse to first. The car shot forward, and I screamed “get down.” Without the acceleration of the STI, we would all be dead. The tree landed on the trunk, cutting the car in half - no more than two inches from where Heather was in the back seat. We were buried under five-inch branches, but alive. The roof had held. There was no way out. I put the STI in first, and it pulled us with two wheels out from under the tree. It saved our lives.”

-Brandon Pearse, Albany, OR

(Posted in DRIVE Magazine)

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3rd December 2011

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Fire #2 that night. Volume makes the video, <3 You Shay!(Cutting new trails at RROR)

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