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Coffee Break with Liz and Kate » This ‘n That

Look where my Sanuks took me this week!

“I slipped on my Sanuks and hopped on my Vespa for a quick zip through town. The sun was shinning on my face, the wind was blowing through my hair, and my feet were tickled with the thrill.” ~ Liz (Liz is wearing Espathrills in gray, provided by the Sanuk Cmpany.) Q: What do you get when you combine the world’s finest scooters with the premiere name in comfortable footwear? A: A day on a Vespa wearing your Espas! Espathrills, that is. “One thing’s for sure – whether you’re taking a leisurely drive on an LX 150 or screamin’ down the highway on the GTS 300 Super, you’ll be glad you wore your Sanuks! The shoe upper and sandal bottom will get you there in comfort, wherever your Vespa takes you!” – Liz Where … Read entire article »

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Look where my Sanuks took me!!

Q: What do you get when you combine the world’s finest scooters with the premiere name in comfortable footwear? A: A day on a Vespa wearing your Espas! Espathrills, that is. “One thing’s for sure – whether you’re taking a leisurely drive on an LX 150 or screamin’ down the highway on the GTS 300 Super, you’ll be glad you wore your Sanuks! The shoe upper and sandal bottom will get you there in comfort, wherever your Vespa takes you!” – Liz Where will your Sanuks take you? What’s a Sanuk ? Well, for one thing, it’s the Thai word for fun. But also, it’s an unconventional little “semi-proper footwear company”, (their words not ours) that we’ve stumbled upon. ♦They’re quirky. ♦They’re comfy. ♦They’re cool. ♦They’re not shoes, they’re sandals. We love ‘em! Check out this cool footwear from Sanuk Vespa provided … Read entire article »

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Sanuks

This week my Sanuks took me to the top of the mountains in Payson Canyon, Utah. The leaves were just starting to turn to their beautiful fall colors. I took a leisurely walk through the forest in my super comfy Sanuks. The air was crisp and fresh and it felt as if all was well in the world.~Kate (Kate is wearing June Bugs in grey provided by the Sanuk company.) Where will your Sanuks take you? What’s a Sanuk ? Well, for one thing, it’s the Thai word for fun. But also, it’s an unconventional little “semi-proper footwear company”, (their words not ours) that we’ve stumbled upon. ♦They’re quirky. ♦They’re comfy. ♦They’re cool. ♦They’re not shoes, they’re sandals. We love ‘em! Check out this cool footwear from Sanuk (Smile…pass it on!) … Read entire article »

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Kate goes on an adventure –
Guy Fieri style (Diners, Drive-ins and Dives)

I confess to being a fan of the Food Network show, Diners, Drive-ins and Dives with Guy Fieri. Really, who doesn’t love a good old-fashioned, high-fat, carb-laden meal from a hole-in-the-wall greasy spoon diner once in a while? A few months ago while on our family vacation, we took a day off from Disneyland to slow down with a relaxing trip to Ventura, California. When lunchtime came, much to my family’s chagrin I steered them past all the standard recognizable fast food joints, past all the nice clean sit-down, waitress type restaurants and right down South Seaward Avenue to Seaward Fish and Chips. I think I can safely say this is the kind of diner/dive Guy Fieri would love. It’s close enough to the beach that there is sand scattered along the … Read entire article »

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Kate Goes on an Adventure to the Holi Festival of Colors – Part 2

Welcome back for more fun photos from the Holi Festival of Colors held at the Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork, UT. This year’s festival broke all previous records for attendance, making it the largest Colors Festival ever held in the U.S. If you missed yesterday’s story, take a look HERE. Or for last week’s story about the meaning and origins of the Holi Festival of Colors, take a look HERE. Also check out the site for the Sri Sri Radha  Krishna Temple. Hope you enjoy the photos from my adventure! ~Kate Did you go, or want to go? Leave a comment! Also   Check out Kate’s other Adventures You may want to pay special attention to this one at 1:31 and 1:58 – 2:08! That would be the back of me in the gray standing at the … Read entire article »

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Kate Goes on an Adventure
to the Holi Festival of Colors

Join Kate as she goes on an adventure to the Holi Festival of Colors at the Hare Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork, UT. This past Saturday I got to usher in spring in rainbow style at the Holi Festival of Colors. It’s one of my very favorite things to do, and I look forward with anticipation to the big day every year. And what an exciting and amazing day it was, with not one, but two color throwing celebrations. Krishna leader Caru Das shared the message of peace and love and VARIETY with the crowd, as he explained the meaning of the Holi Festival. According to the  Sri Sri Radha  Krishna Temple website… Holi announces the arrival of spring and the passing of winter. The festival breathes an atmosphere of social merriment. People bury … Read entire article »

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Kate’s Escapades – Holi Festival of Colors

To check out Kate’s Adventure to this year’s Holi Festival of Colors go HERE and HERE! Quick! When I say the words “Hare Krishna” what is the first thing that comes to mind? If you thought men with shaved heads and women with long wavy hair, chanting, wearing white robes, and selling flowers at the airport, you’d be echoing my first thoughts. (You’d also be aging yourself, but that’s entirely another subject for another day.) This is the impression I had until I attended my first Holi Festival of Colors about 5 years ago. You see, right smack dab in the middle of Mormon country, lies a beautiful Krishna Temple, sitting atop a hill on the outskirts of Spanish Fork, Utah. This temple boasts the largest Holi Festival of Colors celebration in … Read entire article »

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Kate Goes on an Adventure –
Have press pass, will crash event

Join Kate as she tries out her new press pass  during an adventure to a wrestling tournament.m Back in the day, in a former life, in a galaxy far, far away…I was  college graduate heading out into the world, hoping to  land a job  as a photojournalist.  I had just spent 4 years honing my craft, learning from brilliant teachers and peers alike, and smelling way too many chemicals in amber colored  darkrooms. m m m   Humor me as I take a little trip down memory lane… My major: photojournalism My part-time job: photo lab manager. My goal: to land a cool job taking awesome pictures. This is me trying to keep all the college students in line in the photo lab.Don’t I look oh so very intimidating and scary? m This is me bothering  some nice old man … Read entire article »

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Kate Goes on an Adventure – to the
Sundance Film Festival 2010 (part 2)

Kate Goes on an Adventure – to the <br />Sundance Film Festival 2010 (part 2)

Kate Goes on an Adventure – to the Sundance Film Festival 2010… Join Kate as she plays paparazzi at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, UT. So, dear readers, as you may know, I made my first ever trip to the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, UT., this past Saturday. (If you’d like to take a look at part 1 of this story, just click here. You won’t believe who I snagged a pic of!!!) After … Read entire article »

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Kate Goes on an Adventure – to the
Sundance Film Festival 2010 (part 1)

Kate Goes on an Adventure – to the <br />Sundance Film Festival 2010 (part 1)

Kate Goes on an Adventure – to the Sundance Film Festival 2010… Join Kate as she plays paparazzi at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, UT. Guess who’s in this pic?!?!?! I have lived in Utah for the past 10 years and have never made it to the Sundance Film Festival in Park City. I’ve always wanted to, but somehow life always gets in the way of what a mom “wants” to do and what she gets … Read entire article »

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Betcha Didn’t Know – even more random and useless facts

Betcha didn’t know… even more random and useless facts. These were sent to us by a Coffee Break reader. While we can’t verify the correctness of all of these facts, we think they are funny, interesting, informative and, above all, useless. Perhaps these tidbits will help you win a game show sometime. If so, please remember us. Enjoy! - Babies are born without kneecaps; they don’t appear until the child reaches 2 to 6 years of age. - Butterflies taste with their feet. - Cats have over one hundred vocal sounds; dogs only have about 10. - “Dreamt” is the only English word that ends in the letters “mt”. - February 1865 is the only month in recorded history to have not had a full moon. - … Read entire article »

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Betcha Didn’t Know – even more random and useless facts

Betcha didn’t know… even more random and useless facts. These were sent to us by a Coffee Break reader.  While we can’t verify the correctness of all of these facts, we think they are funny, interesting, informative and, above all, useless. Perhaps these tidbits will help you win a game show sometime. If so, please remember us. Enjoy! -  A cat has 32 muscles in each ear. -  A crocodile cannot stick out its tongue. -  A dragonfly has a life span of 24 hours. -  A goldfish has a memory span of three seconds. -  A “jiffy” is an actual unit of time representing 1/100th of a second. -  A shark is the only fish that can blink with both eyes. -  A snail can sleep for three years. -  … Read entire article »

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Betcha Didn’t Know – more random and useless facts

Betcha didn’t know… more random and useless facts. These were sent to us by a Coffee Break reader.  While we can’t verify the correctness of all of these facts, we think they are funny, interesting, informative and, above all, useless. Perhaps these tidbits will help you win a game show sometime. If so, please remember us. Enjoy! -  Most dust particles in your house are made up of shed dead skin cells. -  The first owner of the Marlboro cigarette company died of lung cancer, along with the first “Marlboro Man.” -  Walt Disney was afraid of mice. - Pearls disintegrate in vinegar. -  The three most valuable brand names on earth are:  Marlboro, Coca-Cola, and Budweiser—in that order. -  Cows can walk up stairs with no trouble, but they cannot walk … Read entire article »

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Betcha Didn’t Know – these random and useless facts

Betcha didn’t know… these random and useless facts. These were sent to us by a Coffee Break reader.  While we can’t verify the correctness of all of these facts, we think they are funny, interesting, informative and, above all, useless. Perhaps these tidbits will help you win a game show sometime. If so, please remember us. Enjoy! -  The liquid inside young coconuts can be used as a substitute for blood plasma. -  No piece of paper can be folded in half more than seven (7) times. -  Donkeys kill more people annually than plane crashes. -  You burn more calories sleeping than you do watching television. -  Oak trees do not produce acorns until they are fifty (50) years of age or older. -  The first product to have a bar code printed on its package … Read entire article »

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Betcha Didn’t Know – What this rare cloth is made of

Betcha didn’t know… what this one of a kind cloth is made of! This rare cloth, on display at the American Museum of Natural History in New Your City,  is made from the silk of more than a million wild spiders. According to Wired Science, “To produce this unique golden cloth, 70 people spent four years collecting golden orb spiders from telephone poles in Madagascar, while another dozen workers carefully extracted about 80 feet of silk filament from each of the arachnids. The resulting 11-foot by 4-foot textile is the only large piece of cloth made from natural spider silk existing in the world today.” Want to know more?   Click here. *Leave a comment on this, or any, post and be automatically entered in this week’s giveaway. Related articles by Zemanta 1-million spiders spin a silk … Read entire article »

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