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Surfing in Kamchatka, Russa: Second Update and Photos

 /  September 10, 2012 3 Min Read  /  Surfing

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Hopefully, you’ve been keeping up with the Kamchatka surf crew during their travels through remote eastern Russia. We just received a new sat-phone call from Patagonia ambassador Keith Malloy and our on-the-scene reporter Foster Huntington describing the latest leg of their journey.

Audio_graphic_20pxListen to “Kamchatka Surf Trip 2”
(mp3 – right-click to download)

[Above: Made to order fun. Keith Malloy deploys the tray for a body surfing
session on the Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia. Photo: Foster Huntington]

Hit the jump for a fresh batch of Instagram photos from the trip.

[Six hours over hellish 4×4 terrain. Photo by Foster Huntington]

[Base camp in Kamchatka with Trevor Gordon (@tearevor), Chris Burkard (@chrisburkard), Cyrus Sutton (@korduroytv), Keith Malloy and Dane Gudauskas (@danedamus). Photo by Foster Huntington (@fosterhunting)]

[Cooking by fire in Kamchatka. Photo by Foster Huntington]

[The Sling-Shaka by Trevor Gordon on his FCD Fark (@fcdsurfboards). Photo by Trevor Gordon]

[Trevor Gordon getting some shelter in a 4-degrees Celsius wave. Photo by Foster Huntington]

[Chris Burkard capturing the #kamshaka crew. Photo by Foster Huntington]

[Cyrus Sutton getting some shelter. Photo by Foster Huntington]

[Solo. Photo by Foster Huntington]

[Fly fishing #kamshaka style. Photo by Foster Huntington]

[Keith Malloy casting for silver salmon. Photo by Foster Huntington]

[Cyrus Sutton searching for salmon. Photo by Foster Huntington]

[Trevor Gordon staying out of the wind. Photo by Keith Malloy]

[Trevor Gordon running out for another sesh. Photo by Foster Huntington]

[Staying warm. Photo by Foster Huntington]

The trip is winding down, but you can still get live updates by following Patagonia’s social media channels and #kamshaka.

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