HOW TO PADDLE AN OUTRIGGER CANOE

Olukai.com September 10, 2014 HOW TO PADDLE AN OUTRIGGER CANOE Paddling an outrigger canoe seems simple: jump in and start paddling. However, paddling and moving the canoe forward requires paddling skills, strategies and teamwork. Outrigger canoes seat four, six or twelve paddlers, but no matter the size of the canoe, paddlers perform the same role. […]

5 PLACES TO OUTRIGGER CANOE OUTSIDE OF HAWAII

www.olukai.com September 25, 2014 5 PLACES TO OUTRIGGER CANOE OUTSIDE OF HAWAII When traveling to Hawaii, those who connect with the Hawaiian spirit leave with heart-strings attached. Thankfully, the Aloha spirit stays alive with outrigger canoeing across the mainland and across the world. These US cities forged clubs, competitions and events to keep a piece of […]

Top Fly Fishing Rivers in Montana

MK LIVIN’ – THE MOUNTAIN KHAKIS BLOG FROM MOUNTAIN KHAKIS Top Fly Fishing Rivers in Montana Posted by Elizabeth Kovar on August 7, 2014 at 5:00 AM × Edit Thanks to Brad Pitt fly fishing in “A River Runs Through It,” fly-fishing Montana grooms this majestic notion of heading to untouched lands and snagging up a great catch.  Montana […]

Longest Beaches in the World

Beach and Water — June 18, 2014 at 12:00 pm Longest Beaches in the World by Elizabeth Kovar+ Long walks, really long walks, on the beach are a reality when beach-goers meander along the world’s longest shorelines. Although it may feel as if you are walking the Sahara Desert, these long stretches of sand feature primo […]

Coolest Water Scenes Captured on Google Street View

Uncategorized — June 20, 2014 at 5:00 am Coolest Water Scenes Captured on Google Street View by Elizabeth Kovar+ There’s a reason why calendars and desktop screensavers showcase serene beachscapes. Not only are these landscapes beautiful, but provide a mid-day therapy break for when the going gets tough. Luckily, Google Street View sets the computer screen […]

World’s Best Wreck Dives

Travel and Leisure — May 23, 2014 at 5:00 am World’s Best Wreck Dives by Elizabeth Kovar+ Adventure divers and thrill seekers find more than a bubbling escapade when searching wrecks below. Divers take a swim through history to explore historical ships, antique model planes, or ancient treasures—some of which were once prominent wrecks in various […]

Things to Know Before You Buy a Surfboard

Seasonal Outdoor Activities — April 28, 2014 at 5:00 amEdit this post Things to Know Before You Buy a Surfboard by Elizabeth Kovar+ So you want to buy a surfboard, but you’re not sure where to begin? No problem, we’ve got you covered on the many tips and ideas to consider before purchasing a new surfboard. […]

How to Find Sand Dollars at the Beach

Beach and Water — May 1, 2014 at 5:00 amEdit this post How to Find Sand Dollars at the Beach by Elizabeth Kovar+ Sand dollars are sea creatures, related to sea urchins and star fish, which are living specimens found in the bottom of the ocean. They burrow or nestle within the sea floor’s sand to […]

Best Beaches for Novice Surfers in California

Beach and Water — April 4, 2014 at 5:00 amEdit this post Best Beaches for Novice Surfers in California by Elizabeth Kovar+ So you want to learn how to surf, but are either a bit nervous about the breaking waves or avoiding the “kook” label. Whether you live or travel to California, every guy and gal […]

Top Core Exercises for Snorkelers & Divers

Seasonal Outdoor Activities — March 17, 2014 at 5:00 am Top Core Exercises for Snorkelers & Divers by Elizabeth Kovar+ Although buoyancy is the friend of divers and snorkelers while in the water, many injuries occur on land due to a lack of core strength, especially for divers who pack, carry and jump with a tank. […]