Connection

Paul Hendricks and Colin McCarthy tour northern Michigan to rock climb, surf, fish, kayak and define what Your Place means. Hendricks writes, “We all have that place. A stretch of river, a mountain lake, an ocean flat which we call ours. Not because we own it or have any sort of right to lay claim to it. It became ours because it gives us more than we can give it. We find a sense of connection to something greater or something less —a north wind brining in a bruising storm across the lake or a nymph clinging to a rock at the bottom of a creek. Sometimes we take people to it so they can have the same sense of respite and awe. Sometimes we keep it private and retreat there when we need it most.”

The Team from – THISISFLY

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