Quick blurb with more to come later:
Everyday Life ¶
I spend most of my days working at iFixit. I have worked here about 3 1/2 years now, my oh my how time flies. I have been married to my wonderful wife Kayla for over 3 years. She graduated from USF with a bachelors in some sort of mathematics, but I am still in school. Currently, I attend Cuesta College and I am majoring in Business Administration. Also, I am going to Bible College to get a bachelors in Biblical Studies. My wife and I lead the Jr. High Youth Group at our church Calvary Chapel Shoreline.
Skeet shooting, paintballing, hiking/backpacking, fishing, hunting, cars, 4x4ing, and of course video games. In addition, I love tinkering, fixing, and customizing, but I have little time for such endeavors.
Here, I am shooting my friends Remington 700 in .308 bolt action, but I prefer my a Marlin XL7 in .270.
You can see my Jeep in the back ground. It's an '89 Cherokee with the 4.0 liter straight six engine. I added Borla headers and exhaust along with a K&N intake. I put on a 3.5" Rubicon Express lift kit and removed the front sway bars. The lift kit and a little fender trimming allowed my to run 32" mud tires. The Jeep was a capable little vehicle in sand, mud, and on rocks, but the suspension was a little stiff to have a lot of fun in the sand. One of my favorite mods I performed on my Jeep was to remove the rear wiper blade. This allowed windshield wiper fluid to be sprayed out the back of my Jeep with an effective distance of about 15 feet. This was a great surprise for those pesky tailgaters and to an unsuspecting friend. However, through an unfortunate series of events I had to get rid of my Jeep. Funny how priorities change when you get married, but someday I will get another.
On July 18th, 2012 my wife and I had a new addition to our family:
Ava Geraldine Barnes