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        Over the years I never understood how valuable time spent at the cabin was until I started to find myself changing other plans and day dreaming about it at work. It seems so simple, hanging out with my friends, ass deep in the woods of Northeast Ohio....

We just lost at pub trivia. An ominous sign. Ryan and Joey don't lose. Perhaps we should have known it wasn't our night. We tried to walk off the stench of shame on the 45 minute walk back to our house. It turns out - shame and two shots of Cuervo taken under duress sm...

Buy a one-way ticket to a tropical paradise. Forget about lining up a job beforehand. Don't worry about finding a vehicle or a place to sleep. Just go. Remember: you are smart, charismatic, resourceful, employable, devilishly handsome - hell, you're invincible. This is...

The Seasonals have always wanted a sailboat to call our own. Our dream of the Trash Fish has finally become a reality, and what a nightmare it is. Among the encounters from our first weeks in the Virgin Islands, Ryan met a vile character that I will call Chris. I could...

On Google Maps, you’ll find it labeled Naha River Tiderace.  The locals and grizzled veteran seasonals call it Naha Bay. Tiderace might be a bit more accurate, because for one hour, before and after high tide, there is a short stretch of rapids that promise an exhilara...

It all started in Thomas Basin. On a terribly windy, rainy, miserably normal Ketchikan day – before my love/hate relationship with the local weather had taken root – four of us took off in small boat with a badass motor and a 30-rack of Coors. From here it gets wetter,...

A birth certificate in Ketchikan should come with a pair of Xtratufs and a kayak. I mention the latter because after searching through contact lists and phonebooks it became blindingly clear that this island needs more personal watercraft. Especially when Ohio boys are...

Seeing red and I don't mean anger.

 

I mean the front of our Kayak as we paddle across the Tongass Narrows  from Guard Island back to the place of departure, Knudson Cove. A place with ROYGBIV exposed across the top of the trees and below the mountain tops. Red, the colo...

This is the first time I have opened a Word document in months so I apologize in advance and please bear with me while I find the words to describe the experience I’ve just had. Also, I am eating bacon so my fingers are a little greasy. I will blame any spelling mistak...

Many of the seasonal workers reading this article are dirtbags. You've abandoned someone else's expectation of success, committed yourself to living cheap, shacked up with some friends, and followed your passion for adventure to the outdoor Mecca that is Alaska. Congra...

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