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Feather Fest is one of my favorite events in California. This year was my 5th year straight attending this event and it was larger than ever boasting over 400+ people and racers. This event has proven a success because of the help from American Whitewater, the whole race is roadside (so its spectator friendly), and a dedicated event staff committed to throwing a solid rager. This was the first race I have attended and not brought a video camera so sorry for the lack of video this time, but FYI, it did feel amazing to just sit back and enjoy the event. If you are feeling a need to check out this section though see our video page with multiple edits from previous years.
There is always a stacked race, with some of the fastest in Cali throwing … Read More »
Photos by: Justin Patt
So the swell here in Santa Cruz is going off, the Mavericks surf competition was held last weekend and boasted some of the largest waves to date. School is in full swing, including 13 hrs of class on tuesdays, so really just looking forward to the Spring and the Wet Dreams/ Haymaker tour coming up in the next couple months. Here is the first sneak peek into our story…..
The trip was a total transit time of 24 hrs of driving and plane transfers, but it felt great to be with a boat heading to a destination we had all be dreaming of. The trip started in Mt. Shasta where I was joined by Justin Patt. We drove to Portland and stayed the night with fellow Shasta Boy Ryan Knight. Ryan was kind … Read More »
(Off our deck on the berry farm)
All Photos courtesy of: Justin Patt
We have been in Hilo Hawaii for a week now. Huckin Huge has taken off to film for a Military Channel show in Oahu, while me and Justin Patt stick it out in Hilo, praying for rain.
(Notorious shooting sunrise off our deck)
It has been an action packed week. Searching out volcanic drainages, firing off 1st decents, and getting in as much filming in as possible, given the water we have had. This first week has been all about motivation and getting the shots we need for our projects. Cody Howard has been in the forefront getting in as much action as possible. Without the full crew, (Shon Bollock, Cody Howard, Justin Patt, Jake Sanders, and Harrison Tobin) this trip could not of happened, pure motivation is … Read More »
So its t-minus 3 days before Hawaii and the team is gearing up. Cody Howard, with Huckin Huge Productions will be flying out tomorrow followed by me and Justin Patt on Monday.
Keep praying for rain cause we will need all the precipitation we can get.
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Hope everyone has had wonderful holidays and looking forward to this island expedition.
So its on and its official. Shasta Boyz Productions in part with Huckin’ Huge will be invading the islands of Hawaii in early Jan. 2010. This will be the first kayaking expedition to Hawaii I have been a part of and it looks like there will be plenty of actions for all.
Our main target at this point is Hilo on the Big Island, with Maui as our second focus. The footage will be used for Huckin’ Huges new film “Haymaker” and will be an addition to SBP’s sequel to Wet Dreams………….. who’s name will be released once the tour starts in Feb.
There is a ton of potential with this trip and lots of footage that has never been seen before. So make sure to keep all those computers tuned in to see our findings and keep an ear … Read More »
The first weekend in May (5/1-3) was the notorious Nordheimer Race on the Cal Salmon. Myself and Chiseki McConnaughy rallied the drive from Santa Cruz on thurs night planning to meet our fellow hucker Justin Patt in Mt. Shasta.
We awoke early and decided to get out to the Salmon for a practice lap. When we got out there you could tell it wanted to rain but that is the wonderful thing about kayaking…………..were all wet anyway. More people showed up that night for a epic evening of kegs, growlers, and a bunch of inebriated boaters, so yall know what that means.
Race day was taken very slowly preparing for the race start at 1:23pm “exactly”. There was great support from the boating community and also from spectators, despite torrential down pour. The race took me just over 45min to go the … Read More »