Interactive gallery of FunSaver moments I’ve collected from around the Pacific Northwest
By Laurie Nadel
Everyone remembers the first time . . . like falling in love . . . the gentle kiss, on a summer afternoon, long ago . . . and the first rush, as you realize something wonderful is about to happen.
By John Chao
“The tour buses would bring the old people and they would sit on the beaches until 1:00 pm. Then the wind would blow them back to their hotel rooms and they would say, ‘Torbole Bad!We will never come back!’”
By Laurie Nadel
Pilot Christian Marty is hailed as a hero for steering the blazing aircraft away from a densely populated center of town. The crash killed all 110 people aboard the supersonic jetliner on its way across the Atlantic.
I just got done reading your interview with Mike (Gebhardt) and think his candor combined with Annie (Leibovitz’s) photography make for one of the strongest pieces of...
Original 34 Page Article: Presented Here in Two Parts
It was on a cold, lonely island in Maine that I began to see what windsurfing and maybe the destiny of the human race are all about.
I am alive, flying down the biggest swell of my life in the middle of the Atlantic. Best of all my goal, the Khlebnikov, is in plain sight. This joyous moment, however, is short-lived.
PART II of Naomi and Newman Darby Interview: Full and Un-edited.
Having a divine dance with mother nature is what makes windsurfing such a special and meaningful sport.
The celebrated board shaper had finally created something he thought was “perfect”.
Everyone else needs boards that will work when the wind is light, but are still manageable in a big blow.
Hints of their presence are often sighted as we windsurf across the surface…