15.02.11 by Jeff

BRB, gone to Hawaii

I’m headed to Hawaii for a little POW WOW (and by little I mean HUGE).

north shore hawaii waimea bay oahu

I’ll be living in a house with a bunch of artists in Hale’iwa, in the gorgeous North Shore. Essentially, I may not ever come back (I will be back in a week). I’ll be updating Booooooom with the usual stuff and posting updates from POW WOW. Last time I was there I jumped off this rock, but I promised my mom I wouldn’t do it this time. However, I did get travel insurance. (just joking mom) (but I do have the insurance)

Later gators!

PS – Follow the POW WOW BLOG.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Jen

    have a grand ol’ time jeff!

  • http://twitpic.com/406fr9 I do this every summer I go Montana! Although it’s not as high as that cliff you’re jumping off of, the water is probably 40 degrees colder cause. Glacier water!

  • I jumped from the cliff on South Point, on the Big Island a few months ago.. That was scary heh.. Have a nice trip!





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