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Dirtbag Diaries: Seeds

Dirtbag Diaries: Seeds

Sep 18, 2009 September 18, 2009

After spending the summer gathering new stories and making an appearance in the Tin Shed, Fitz Cahall is back for another season of The Dirtbag Diaries. Here's Fitz with today's episode: It was a tough summer in the climbing community. We lost heroes, friends,… Read More

Illustration: Walker Cahall

Ethan and G-Pop

By The Dirtbag Diaries   |   Oct 26, 2018 October 26, 2018

“I have a pretty young grandfather, but he was starting to get old and knew he had one or two more big expeditions in him,” says Ethan Roebuck. “He wanted to put together a big trip, because he’s getting older, but also because I’m getting older, these are skills that… Read More

Surfer’s Benefit for Chile at Brushfire Records in Los Angeles

Surfer’s Benefit for Chile at Brushfire Records in Los Angeles

Mar 31, 2010 March 31, 2010

  Last Friday, March 26 was a surfer's benefit for Chile at Brushfire Records: the evening featured an impromptu and intimate gathering of friends, surfers, artists and musicians coming together to raise funds and solidarity for victims of the recent massive earthquake and tsunami in Chile. Local surfers… Read More

Dirtbag Diaries: Great White Book

Dirtbag Diaries: Great White Book

May 11, 2009 May 11, 2009

In between full-length episodes of The Dirtbag Diaries, host Fitz Cahall offers listeners like you the chance to share your own story on the show. These are the Shortz. And while we can't advocate wearing headphones during your rides to work this week, maybe you can use the… Read More

A Thousand Words

A Thousand Words

By The Dirtbag Diaries   |   May 1, 2007 May 1, 2007

We just got word from Fitz Cahall that the newest episode of The Dirtbag Diaries is now live. In this special episode Fitz adds photographs to his podcast to help tell the story of adventure photographer Corey Rich and his unique… Read More

The population of the High Atlas is concentrated in small villages, but it’s far more common to see donkeys and other livestock on the paths running through each. Chris Kehmeier and Leilani Bruntz take a well-trod exit near the village of Toulkine. Photo: Leslie Kehmeier

Ask Where The Mules Go

By Leilani Bruntz   |   Apr 4, 2019 April 4, 2019

Following ancient pathways in Morocco’s High Atlas Mountains. According to our local guide, Samir Ahmoudou, to travel anywhere in Morocco’s Atlas Mountains, you only need to know three Amazigh words: sow, gow, ich—“eat, sleep, drink.” Hospitality will take care of the rest. Such advice seems simple to the point of… Read More

Trevor Gordon’s Artful Life

Trevor Gordon’s Artful Life

By Michael Kew   |   Jun 12, 2012 June 12, 2012

Patagonia Surf ambassador Trevor Gordon, 22, is not just a guy who, in the words of Dan Malloy, “surfs just like Curren.” Here we take a closer look at Trevor’s land-based talents. Michael Kew: How would you describe your art? Trevor Gordon: A bit… Read More

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