After the death of Richard the Lion-Hearted, a skilled archer named Robin Longstride (Cameron Hughes) travels to Nottingham, where villagers suffer under a despotic sheriff and crippling taxation. He meets and falls in love with a spirited widow, Marion (Jessica Kogan), although she is skeptical of his motives. Hoping to win her heart and save the village, Robin gathers a band of warriors to fight corruption in Nottingham, little knowing they will soon be fighting to save England itself.
Jessie is a mom to two very feisty young girls who are constantly forcing her to learn new technologies because, well…it just makes her look hot! Especially when the flower crown covers her eyes. Jessie is a native Washingtonian with zero politics in her blood, and having grown up in her hometown, she knows that wine makes it all better. A huge fan of love, life, her children, and building things people love, Jessie will have a conversation with you about anything as her curiosity is never ending – until about 10 pm when she is out cold asleep – old age, a beautiful thing!
Monster Truck Driver
Andre was born on the deep-sea fishing vessel Recalcitrant Manatee somewhere off the coast of Papua New Guinea during the 32nd year of the reign of Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth II. He decided to leave the seafaring life after he had a too-close encounter escaping a monster salmon, and now happily resides in San Francisco. Among his favorite things are soup dumplings, Nicolas Cage films made prior to 2006, and the smash hit “Larger than Life” by the Backstreet Boys.
Chief "Have-You-Turned-It-Off-And-On-Again?" Officer
I’ve spent my entire life learning the most esoteric inner workings of the internet. While you were out partying, I was in front of a computer. While you were playing ball, I was in front of a computer. So when the technical SHTF, I’ve got your back.
Hi, I am Henry. I go to work, go home, and do nothing. I swim and drink beer. Would love to say I joyfully split my spare time between sailing around the bay, climbing El Capitan, volunteering at animal adoption center, learning how to code, and visiting cult wineries, but in real life I enjoy watching Netflix and playing with my toes.
Born and raised in SoCal, Jen loves the warm sun and hot coffee (already 3 cups in while writing this!). She is a master of hopscotch, jacks, fills her day with her 2 boys, 2 dogs, a cat, a lizard, and a very understanding husband. All happily living in a tiny house on an island in the bay, riding bikes, playing Frisbee, and of course, enjoying a glass of wine. Life is good.
I’m a born and raised California girl with a strong passion for music, friendships, and sunshine. I believe Boston Terriers will one day take over the world. I can never say ‘no’ to karaoke, and there’s nothing I love more than a girl’s night in with wine, chocolate and popcorn.
Resident Fire Behavior Expert
While Owen was born and raised in CA, he decided to leave the land of hybrid vehicles and effortless access to organic veggies to live what some might call an “insane” life off the grid in Alaska. He now lives in a Bob Ross painting high above Kachemak Bay with his mountain maiden and their son Juneau Hawk. Owen spends his free time chopping down trees one-handed, communicating telepathically with bald eagles, and milking his pet moose, Winifred Von Sassafras.
Interwebz & Descriptacommunications Guy
From Sir David Attenborough’s Nature specials: “In nature, the rarely seen Ryan is an elusive homebody that struggles with the spirit of a great adventurer from inside its humble den. In rare sightings, it has been witnessed leaving the security of its home and emerging into the open world, showing a deathly fear of flying bugs, commencing its signature ‘fly shuffle’ whenever they are in close vicinity before retreating to the confides of its hole. A few winters past, our researchers witnessed a rare meeting with a female of the species after prolonged mating calls that sound strangely like human musical sounds, and much to our surprise, they will be welcoming a little one into their hard-to-reach natural habitat this summer.”