Monthly Roundup: September 2016

 Blurry iPhone pic from Hurricane Ridge, site of my Monumental essay. The Strait of Juan de Fuca and Canada are in the background.

Blurry iPhone pic from Hurricane Ridge, site of my Monumental essay. The Strait of Juan de Fuca and Canada are in the background.

Well lookey here, it seems that fall snuck in the back door and kicked summer to the curb. It was a fun one for sure, but I'm ready for the mercury drop and the promise of snow on the horizon.

After spending some time with family back in Maine, I dedicated much of September to chasing surf and planning for the winter around the corner.

In the mean time I was able to publish some work and made my book debut with an essay in POWDER's new coffee table book, Monumental. A book, yo! The book is part of a larger digital feature and film that will make its debut in a couple days. Though I only played a small part in the whole thing, it's great to be a part of something like this—especially when that something is celebrating 100 years of National Parks.

As always, thanks for checking in, and keepin' it tranquilo.

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