Not Just Another Morning Walk for Coffee

By Ezekiel O'Brien

Just before Thanksgiving 2019, I was walking with my wife to get a morning coffee at Cafenated – a café in North Berkeley – when I was hit with an insatiable desire for electrolytes. Not a preference I normally have, but my desire had a word and I asked my wife to go into the store while I rested.

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A Simply “Gorge-ous” Adventure

By Ezekiel O'Brien

Our first destination on our trip leaving the Bay Area was Sheldon National Antelope Refuge. A contact on Instagram who’d noticed my love of archaeology reached out and suggested

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If I Can Just Get Off of this Bay Area Freeway Without Getting Killed or Caught…

By Ezekiel O'Brien

I first came to the Bay Area in 2003, from Phoenix, Arizona, living first in the Berkeley hills out of the back of a Toyota truck at the end of Panoramic Way. Almost 20 years of my life and massage career has taken place here.

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Observing the Unnerving

By Ezekiel O'Brien

That’s a wrap for the 2021/2022 ski season. Last week, I visited Snowbasin near Ogden, Utah to put the finishing touches on a 40-day ski season. As weather forecasters predicted, it was a low-tide year with the La Niña weather pattern keeping the snow totals low. However, I still had lots of fun.

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