Monthly Archives: March 2014

‘Born and Raised’ – Sunapee, NH

Brady Perron shredding his home resort of Mount Sunapee, NH with Duncan Lake/ Junction 133 Productions.

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Alaska Black & White

Once the calendar strikes March 1st, I usually get hit by these three realizations: winter is nearly through, fishing/biking/surfing/etc season is almost upon us, and the most important one of all, I have to go to Alaska! It’s that time … Continue Reading

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Ancillaries for Adventure – by Mark Rauschenberger

My favorite short story, unequivocally, is Jack London’s “To Build a Fire” (Read it HERE).  In it, London describes a headstrong man’s battle to survive against the harshest of winter elements when his foolhardy voyage across the great Yukon wilderness … Continue Reading

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Photo of the Week

Tanner warming up with a 3 during “The Nomadic Statuary Project” shoot in Snowpark, New Zealand. Produced with chicken wire, quick pour concrete, cinder blocks, and paper mache; the statues ranged from 6-12 feet in height (1.8 – 3.6 meters) … Continue Reading

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