Mark discusses design, materials, the women's paddleboard market and the potential of a future SIC prone paddleboard.
“Ladies and gentlemen, we need you to fasten your seat belts and return your seats to their upright positions,” the flight attendant said, with obvious strain in her voice. The cabin lights came full on as another flight attendant made her way down the aisle checking everyone’s laps and seat backs. She too had an air of stress about her;…
Lisa Schell talks about the 2015 Chattajack standup paddle board race and how things have changed since her experience in last year's Chattajack.
Sometimes a whole new vernacular emerges when a group of people hangs out together, paddles together, laughs and even cries together.
What's that old saying? "Never say never, 'cause you never know?" Yeah. I don't listen very well, I guess.
Wise people have reminded me that he will now have the best seat in the house. That he will be there on that board with me the whole 32 miles. Maybe so, but it won’t keep me from wishing that he was the one handing me the chocolate milk.
Lisa Schell talks about training for this year's Chattajack and how different her approach is this year than last.
A poll of 500 SUP paddlers and their cross training activities
My first love… she was a gorgeous blonde beauty with long lines, a smooth glide and a distinctive tattoo marking her lineage…it was a Naish Nalu 11’6”…and she slid me across a choppy Lake Crabtree like no other watercraft I’d ever paddled. It was just a few months after I’d tried stand up paddle boarding for the first time at…
Meditations on paddling, ohana, and life.