Happy Boxing Day!December 26th, 2013 at 2:29 pm by chadbrummett under 2 KASA Style
While we don’t celebrate this holiday in the United States, our neighbors to the north and overseas do. So, to all our UK friends and family, as well as Canadian, Happy Boxing Day!
We’re still celebrating the season on 2 KASA. One of my favorite things about this season is sharing stories of familial traditions. I thought my Thanksgiving traditions were pretty awesome: bake some pumpkin cream cheese pies, slow cook a turkey, watch Trains, Planes and Automobiles. Those traditions were put to shame today after meeting Noah and Paul Rodney. Their traditions entail scaling some of the highest summits in the world. Their most recent accomplishment? Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa (that’s over 19,300 feet, folks). Here’s the real kicker -Noah’s only 12 years old. Okay, okay -so next year, I’ll begin working a hike into my Thanksgiving traditions. Not 19,300 ft., mind you, but enough that at least that tryptophan won’t make me feel guilty.
Also, have you seen this series of photos?:
The Scotch Tape Series as it’s become known has captured the attention of a world-wide audience. That includes the folks at Ripley’s Believe it or Not. They inducted the photographer, Wes Naman, and his work into their 2013 cannon of weird and quirky. However, this series is just the tip of the iceberg for Naman’s stunning portfolio. Take a moment to visit his website. Be sure to hold on to your jaw, as it might hit the floor when you see his stunning work.
And speaking of jaw-dropping… you’ll want to get up to the Inn of the Anasazi in Santa Fe for their incredible New Year’s Eve dining experience. The Restaurant is hosting a three-course prix fixe dinner from Chef Juan Bochenski. The presentation and flavors will blow you away. You have to make reservations, though. The seating will disappear quickly in celebration of the New Year.
Tomorrow on Style, we’ll be talking with Dr. Lori about avoiding that holiday bloat -you know what I’m talking about: eating too much, too many libations. She’ll make sure you feel tip-top for the remainder of the season. Moderation is the key and something very important to Jubilation. They’ll be breaking down what bubblies to pair with your New Year’s dining. And we’re getting a closer look at the making of The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. See you tomorrow, folks!