How to Start your Veggie Garden – Korduroy in Quarantine

Photo by Nate Barnes

It’s late March 2020 in sunny San Diego, California and Covid-19 is spreading throughout the United States. Many of us are staying in to flatten the curve. Growing your own veggies from home could potentially lower your exposure, resulting in fewer trips when going to the grocery store.

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How to Build a Rainwater Collection System

How to Build a Rainwater Collection System

This really detailed and totally helpful Wiki breakdown of how to build a rainwater collection system came to us from Facebook fan Scott Bass. We thought it was so cool that we had to share it with the world (you). Here in SoCal the rainy season is behind us, but it might be most helpful to…

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The Wanderlust of #Vanlife

In 2011, Foster Huntington created the #vanlife Instagram hashtag, and unexpectedly spawned hundreds of thousands of posts and a family of eager followers. It became a community of like-minded individuals who delight in the kind of adventure you can only get by traveling through the wilderness in a clunky, decades-old vehicle. In this documentary, we…

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Canning Salsa: Instructions

Canning Salsa: Instructions

This salsa recipe came to us from Shawn Zappo, a surfer, skater, musician, writer and Vegan chef from Monmouth County, New Jersey.  It seems most surfers love Mexican cuisine or some variation of it. Based on all the “surf” themed burrito/taco joints that have popped up in my home state of New Jersey in the last…

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Up Your Campsite Game: DIY Swedish Fire Torch

Huckberry has become synonymous with that one stop shop for folks who call the confluence of city and outdoors home. Offering a curated pick of the best gear, essentials and homemade media, Huckberry stands out as a brand with a penchant for all things stylish and savvy with a dose of stewardship. Looking to up…

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Shaping a 5’6″ Quad Fish with Coz McRae

A former apprentice under boardsmith, Ryan Lovelace, Coz McRae’s extraordinary craftsmanship spans boards of all shapes and sorts. Here’s his take on shaping a 5’6″ Quad Fish called The Space Frog. Koz McRae and The Space Frog from Jesse Carmody on Vimeo. 5’6″ Quad Fish shaped by Koz McRae up in Santa Barbara, Glassed by…

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How to Photograph Strangers

There will always be an element of fear when photographing a stranger. I see people everyday whom I would love to photograph and more often than not, I will not approach them because the fear in my belly takes over — thoughts that roll around in my head are the following: “they will say no,” “they will be embarrassed,” “what’s the best way to ask?” or “they will say yes but it might not go to plan.”

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Want to Shoot on Super 8? Here Are a Few Things You Should Know First

Who doesn’t love the nostalgic look of Super 8 footage? It’s romantic. It’s cool. It’s imperfect in the most perfect way. If you’ve ever wanted to try your hand at shooting a film, whether it be experimental, a short,  or a set piece for your feature, Simon Cade of DSLRguide provides a quick 4-minute video…

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