Have you ever stood in the grocery store looking at the fish selection and been paralyzed? Am I supposed to buy wild or farmed? Salmon or halibut? The truth is that the world of sustainable seafood is a confusing one.
I live in Santa Cruz where the average sea temperature is usually around 55 degrees Fahrenheit, but the air temperatures can range from 65 – 80 degrees Fahrenheit. This makes dressing for SUP paddling tricky. If you fall in – you are gonna be cold. If you don’t – you are gonna sweat. How to dress for both?
When is the last time you tried a new activity? Been awhile? What is holding you back? Adopt this one easy mindset trick to bust out of your rut.
Are you a surfer, kayaker or paddler who cares about the ocean, but not always sure what you can do to protect it?
Anyone spending time in, on, or around the water knows they need a good sunscreen. And if you are concerned with your own health or that of the planet, you’ve probably considered the chemicals in the sunscreen you use.
Have you heard someone mention the latest threat to our world’s oceans -“ocean acidification” and thought to yourself “what in the heck is that?”
Sometimes adventures can be small. Turning down a new street on a morning walk that leads you to a new part of the neighborhood. Past houses and schools you haven’t seen before.
Whether you are a water lover or desert dweller, I bet there are a few basic things about the ocean you don’t understand and might be too embarrassed to ask.