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  • Ultra Classic: the Wayne Gentry Interview

    At the 1991 Gauley Festival Wayne Gentry released Green Summer, his first whitewater film. While Bob Benner called Gorilla “the most bodacious rapid ever run by the elite eastern hairheads” […]

    Housatonic Horizon Lines

    If you are lucky, the summer you are eighteen something great happens to you. It is a warm and wet June morning. Everything is dripping new, like a city street […]

    A Fine Line

    A fine line separates the good from the bad, the clean from the chaos. It is a finer line still that separates good judgment from bad judgment. And the line […]

    Falling

    The modern world with all its traps is hard to escape. The smartphone by my bed beeps and I am awake. It is far too early. An email has arrived. […]

  • Musings of the Mystery

    “If rightly made, a boat would be a sort of amphibious animal, a creature of two elements, related by one-half its structure to some swift and shapely fish, and by […]

    The Daniel Effect

    Editor’s Note: Daniel DeLaVergne (3/5/1977-3/8/2006) was a whitewater legend and one of the founders of Lunch Video Magazine. He was instrumental in planning and executing the Seven Rivers Expedition and […]

    Lunatic Fringe

        Stinging cold wind burned my face. The freezing water of the Green River shocked my bare hands, but I pulled my neoprene gloves off. I was about to […]

    No Province for Old Men

    Reaching My Limit in BC’s Coast Range and Discovering Life beyond the Progression From our overhung perch hundreds of feet above Snowcap Creek, it appeared Bett and I would have […]

  • My Riot Bus Tour of ’99

    I guessed what was about to happen and knew it was wrong. But, what was I going to do about? I was only 16, and it had happened so many […]