It has been an interesting winter here in northern California as we got some great early storms to build up the pack but we just got through a week of sunny 60 degree weather (which was great for boating). Recently I took a quick trip to Santa Cruz to meet my new nephew Skye and lend a helping hand putting the final touches on my brothers new house. In the past week I have been doing a little local boating and busing out heaps of media management deep in da cave.
Winter Update from Shon Bollock
Living in the greater Siskiyou County area up here in the far northern reaches of California has many benefits. The first of many being that there is usually another fellow filmmaker deep in the editing cave sharing similar ambitions of winter kayaking. With all this warm weather us cave monsters finally got out of our computer chairs and on the water. I met up with the homies Ben Stookesberry, Rush Sturges, and the good doctor Sean Malee for a day of boatin. We all met up in Callahan and proceeded toward a beautiful sunny day on the S. Fork of the Salmon.
The Salmon is one of the last un-dammed drainages in California and you can tell by its pristine waters. Clean and cool water, it’s a gem to have near Shasta for some enjoyable winter kayaking. Enjoy the little edit from the gorgeous day.
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