Vancouver city was scorching hot, and we were looking to escape. Oregon had been on our minds so we packed up the car, our passports, snowboards, surfboards, and we were off to the races. Our first stop was Mt. Hood where we stayed four days, did our best to snowboard on what was left of the melting glacier, and competed in Bode Merrill’s quarter pipe competition. By the end of it, we we’re ready for some beach time. We were off to Pacific City, making pit stops at two must-see Oregon destinations: Wahclella Falls and Short Sands beach. We spent three days on the coast, sleeping on the beach, surfing, tomahawking down sand dunes, getting woken up by pecking seagulls, and having the time of our lives.
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- Alex Duckworth
Photos by: Jessika Hunter
Touchdown. We’ve arrived.
Mt Hood’s favorite view of Trillium Lake, where the kids swim and camp after a long day of summer snowboarding.
Four girls, four snowboards, four surfboards, one car.
Wahclella Falls, Oregon
White water rafting, without the raft.
And we’re off to the coast!
Crashing quarters for the rest of the trip. We finally figured out how to glamp.
Staying charged with our Outdoor Tech power bank, and setting that glamp vibe with our waterproof outdoor tech speaker.
Suited up, and ready for that blue crush swell.
Going in for round 2.
Four very sunkissed gals, celebrating.
The last fire, Pacific City.