Lassen Volcanic National Park Photos!


         (Lake Helen)                                                  (Bumpass Hell – Geothermal Pools)                        (Mud Pool on the trail to Bumpass Hell)               (At the top of Bumpass Hell)           … Read More →

Lassen Volcanic National Park

Blk Nimbus Christmas Tree Lassen

In scorching 90-degree heat, climbing over 8,500 feet in elevation, Mt. Lassen really took us for a ride. The uphill climb was immensely brutal, but the spectacular view and sulfur pools were enough to climb it several times over. As our third time there, and with less practiced hikers, we opted not to do Lassen Peak, which boasts 10,000+ feet; even higher than Half Dome in Yosemite. Instead, we indulged … Read More →

Nimbus Takes on Half Dome


With summer nearing an end, the Nimbus squad has been indulging in every bit of sun outdoors as possible. All of our free time has been dedicated to connecting with the environment, physicality, and ourselves. However, we had spent so much time in local timbers and woodlands that we decided to push ourselves a bit and take on Half Dome in Yosemite (Look left!). The uphill, 16.4 mile round trip … Read More →

Project Night Night

Bedtime is an important occasion for any child. It stands for a time of security and comfort where children can rest for another day of learning and exploration. However, for homeless children, this luxury often exists only as a dream. With Project Night Night, a safe and restful bedtime has been made a reality by providing these children in shelters from birth to pre-teen with childhood essentials. Living without a … Read More →

Some Mind Blowing Statistics On Clean Water

We decided to focus this week on our appreciation for clean water and highlight how fortunate we are to have access to such an essential resource, while millions of people around the world are deprived of such a luxury. Below are some mind-blowing statistics on clean water: 3.4 million people die each year from a water related disease, that’s almost the entire city of LA. Nearly all deaths, 99%, occur … Read More →

Rocket Dog Rescue

Rocket Dog Rescue (RDR) has dedicated 10 years to saving dogs from overcrowded shelters. Their focus is on the dogs that you often see at the shelter huddled in a corner, or looking too ferocious to take home—dogs that have lived a less than comfortable existence, with a history of pain and neglect. They are the social rejects that perhaps at one point had a chance of becoming a socialized … Read More →

First Graduate

This week we want to spotlight one of our partners, First Graduate that is exceedingly pushing educational boundaries for children. Providing resources to up and coming first time graduates to succeed educationally and professionally. The program assists students in achieving a high school degree and become the first in their families to graduate from college. Students that are accepted to the program will have access to coaching and guidance, academic … Read More →

charity: water

charity: water, one of our partners for this quarter, stands as one of the most vital. Though each project we work with pushes to make the world a better place, this program focuses on the simplest, most fundamental need for life: clean water. And though it is something that we take for granted living in the first world, there are a number of places, where many do not have access … Read More →

Bottle Your Own Water

Research shows that bottled water sales are declining as more and more people are beginning to understand the misrepresentations of the industry, and the damaging effects it has on people, the community, and the environment. Bottled water companies are pushing a product that makes major profits from a natural resource that is in no way different from tap water; comes in a petro-chemical container (plastic); and produces vast amounts of … Read More →