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I HOPE TO ENCOURAGE YOU TO PAUSE FOR A MOMENT,
ADMIRE THE CLOUDS, CLIMB THE MOUNTAIN, GAZE AT THE STARS,
TRAVEL TO THE DESTINATION YOU HAVE ALWAYS WANTED TO VISIT,
OR JUST GET OUT TO EXPLORE YOUR OWN BACKYARD.

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Passy River Release

Jlynn Frazier

Holy shit, holy shit this is awesome!
— Jared Palmer (Instagram: @almighty_jayrod)

The Passagassawakeag River, which flows into the Belfast Bay here in Maine, was alive and flowing rapidly showing few signs that winter would be hanging around. After taking a look off either side of the bridge, I returned to the car to get my camera.

As I looked down from the bridge overlooking the water facing upstream the ice dam released. Three clicks, three images. Together these images tell a beautiful story of the "Passy" as I watched the river transform from alive to raging. With my camera pointed straight down, I watched through my viewfinder mesmerized by the moment. Holy shit, it really was awesome! 

Paddle Like Hell

Jlynn Frazier

Oh how I love the thrill of adventure. I am usually photographing the beauty of the land and experience as I explore, but this time I was the one in front of the camera.

A local canoe race in my hometown of Bangor, Maine includes 16.5 miles of paddling. It was a phenomenal spring day in Maine and a great day to paddle with Jared and our friends Ben and Emily (who did the race for the first time and looked like total pros). Jared and I met for the first time paddling this river race so it holds extra special meaning to us.

I want to give three cheers: cheers to us on another year filled with adventure, cheers to 50 years of the Kenduskeag, and cheers to my new goal to be there paddling for the centennial. We will be 83 and 84... totally possible! 

Each day is another opportunity to write our own story. I hope you get outside to live your adventure today and many days to follow. If you can do that, seek significance in experiences, then you will certainly live a story worth telling ... and I hope you do!