Bigger City Profile - J-Mo Bear Today we’re interviewing a big man, chaser, and internet viral sensation J-Mobear.
His popular tumblr blog j-mobear.and his You Tube channel J Mo have been seen across Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook and the rest of social media due to his two popular dancing videos that have received millions of views from around the world…Never sure what to say when you see a cute guy on here?
The scenery is so breath-taking that your first time around the course you may find it distracting!
Just so we’re clear, this column has Every now and then you come across an application that blows you away.
Recently, I wrote an article about applications for skiers and snowboarders, and this one flew under my radar. with the intention of jumping off a cliff, please remember to film it.
Ham Radio operators review new sites every day since 1998, for potential inclusion in the Directory, and to evaluate the best place to list them.
In the early 1900's golf was developing rapidly in the Victoria, British Columbia area. It was called "The Shack" and was replaced in 1922 by an imposing structure in time to host the 1922 PNGA tournament.
Do you just constantly check out his profile and hope that he notices your “views”? Sometimes you’ve got to be the one to send out that first message and break the ice.…
Spring Fling: Top 6 Secrets Every Chub Needs To Know!
It’s spring time, and many of us big guys are feeling the need to sow some wild oats, recover from that winter hibernation, and find a bear, cub or chaser that can help relieve that pent-up tension.
Last time we offered our chasers a look into a fling with a big man, and now it’s time for six secrets that every chub needs to know before starting their spring fling!
There are a number of outstanding holes, but one of the best is the 486-yard, par 5 fifteenth.
The footprint of the legendary Sasquatch guards the green on this signature hole.
It was then that James Dunsmuir, along with co-founder Joseph Sayward, who were both members of the Victoria Golf Club, got the idea of forming a new club. Unfortunately that building burned to the ground in 1929. The Victoria Open returned to Royal Colwood in July of 2003.