Day 2: Monday August 1st
While everyone else you know is logging into their company email you are sipping coffee watching the sun light up the sandbar island you camped on last night. You didn’t really notice the wind much yesterday but a high pressure system moved in from overnight and gave you a 6 mph headwind on the river. Shit.
But you slept great and got an early start on the river so it doesn’t really matter. The sun is out and the birds are chirping. After a really long debate on the best Jack Johnson song you paddle around a large bend in the river and see a few red canoes beached...
Day One: Sunday July 31st.
It’s the first day of the actual Drifty! You wake up at 7AM, or maybe 10AM depending on the night before. It’s 86F outside already and you are packing up your stuff and getting ready to leave. You remember from last night that you are supposed to ride your bike towards a river and get into a canoe by the end of the day. You see a person you talked to last night pedaling away so you point to your teammate to follow them.
After some pedaling the scenery changes from office buildings to rolling farmland. As you crest another big hill your teammate spots...
Filed in: Field Reports
Depending on which latitude is crossing through your chair at the moment, the ground below it is probably white, brown, or some unsightly combination of the two. And the mercury in your thermometer is likely experiencing some unfortunate “shrinkage”. What a perfect opportunity to reject reality and substitute it with your own with a flash forward field report-style telling of the Drifty.
Our 8th hosting of the Drifty, codename “The Ocho”, is being held in late July this year. We asked our intern to crunch the numbers on the perfect week in Wisconsin for...
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For too long we have spent our days wefting and weaving to keep you all clothed. Jerry on the screen printer. Nick doing his best to keep his baby out of the ink. No more.
We’ve outsourced it to some pros. The benefit to you all is Lost shirts will now be cheaper and we’ll be pumping out more designs in the future.
The gang’s all here; each design can go on one of a billion shirt colors.
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Photo by Andrew Thompson on the Ozark Drifty recon trip.
We’re expecting the covid cloud to hang over us for at least another 12-18 months and that’s pretty lame. We love a virtual meet-up as much as the next person but that’s just too damn long to continue sporting a virtual beach scene background while staring at the globe on our desk.
Real life camaraderie shan’t die in the covid age; we just need to play by a new set of a rules. It’ll mean more bike rides and less flights, small groups and less cruises, and (here comes our favorite part) more outside and less...