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Redefining what it means to be a good surfer

Todos Santos

The buoys were 15ft @ 16 seconds and the idea of paddling out at a real ‘big wave’ spot was pretty intimidating. Was it going to be large? XL? XXL?

Surf Boat Exploration

In 2019, Klaus invited me on a trip to surf an elusive boat access wave.  For whatever reason, I declined the invitation and immediately regretted it/swore to never pass up

Chasing Hurricane Teddy

Right now I am on a plane, heading back to CA after chasing Hurricane Teddy to the East Coast.  It was an amazing mission and here is the recap. First,

100 Days of Meditation

Shortly before my river trip in Mendo, a friend and one of my ski inspirations named Kerstin planted the seed in my head to climb/ski this peak, one of the

River Run

Like most of us, I’ve been cooped up at/or close to home for the last several months due to COVID19.  Change, fear, confusion, uncertainty, even optimism and hope are just

Nova Scotia, Hurricane Humberto

Growing up as a surfer in New England, Nova Scotia was our version of Baja.  It represented the promise of an epic road trip, an international border crossing, and rugged,

A Winter Van Trip

My older brother Scott and I just got back from what was, at least for us, a pretty big trip.  It was our fourth annual winter van trip: three weeks,