Passion

 

“Oh, you will just loooove this. It is one of my favorites! It is so fresh and makes my skin feel so ALIVE!”

The sincere passion from the sales clerk at Lush was refreshing and inspiring. I told her she was good at her job because I could tell she really believed in her product. She blushed a little and said I should see her house! Maybe she loved it a little too much.

Passion. I know I have written about this before, but I think that when we live our passion, we become vibrant beings. The world is at our fingertips and anything is possible. For us, we had the chance to share our passion with others in the industry when we spent a long weekend at Whistler Crankworx.

   JoyRide

JoyRide

Strolling or rolling through the village and talking to vendors and other bikers who love what they do once again reaffirmed the journey we are embarking on with our Huckwagon trailers. Not that we were questioning what we are doing, but more just exciting to affirm that we are creating an awesome product for people who CARE about their bikes and the rides of others.

Not only did we share stories of shuttle trailers, but also the concept of our smaller trailer for fuel efficient cars and indivduals on the go. Going “green” and being able to haul 5 bikes with a car that gets good fuel economy makes a trip to our next destination even more affordable.

Speaking with major bike companies, entrepreneurs like Whistler Performance Lube, and other engineers and designers who are all stepping out of the easy way of life to try to make it doing something new and innovative opens the doors to further possibilities. Our four day stay was capped off with lunch at the Brewhouse.

  Crankworx

Crankworx

Ryan and Kyle from The Huckwagon Adventure shuttle joined us for a business meeting. Sharing stories and talking possibilities. We can all learn from one another and when you mix business with great people and good food, the stars align and all is right with the world.

Passion. Each day we strive to share some of ours with you.

See you on the trails.

Heidi and Gary