Posts tagged with "Santa Barbara"

Sliding into home

Posted by Ken Campbell April 1, 2014 0 Comment 4923 views

Lots of driving over the past couple weeks. Santa Barbara was beautiful (surprise, surprise), but it feels good to be back in the home loop again, even if it’s only for a few days. Micah and I will be flying back to SB on Saturday to see Grandpa and I hope that goes well. We’ll […]

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Posted by Ken Campbell March 28, 2014 0 Comment 3058 views

I’ve been going to Lake Los Carneros in the mornings before I go to visit my father in the rehab hospital. (He’s doing better, by the way. Thank you.) The trails are soft dirt paths through the tall grasses – already brown, even this early in the year – and the calm of the early […]

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Posted by Ken Campbell March 25, 2014 0 Comment 3072 views

I don’t remember the year for sure, but it had to be 1976 or 1977. This place was one of the hot stops on the Goleta Valley Drainage Ditch and Empty Pools Tour back then and all of us who had aspirations of being the next Tony Alva or Stacey Peralta spent a good many […]

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More Mesa

Posted by Ken Campbell March 24, 2014 0 Comment 2874 views

He can’t stand up unassisted anymore, and when he does get the help to stand, he is unable to take a step. And this is a man for whom walking is a sacrament, an integral part of who he is. I remember him walking to work in the Newfoundland snow as much as in the […]

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Tumbling home

Posted by Ken Campbell March 19, 2014 0 Comment 2399 views

“Before you cross the street take my hand. Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans.” John Lennon With three weeks to go before the new film is premiered and this year’s expedition gets underway, I am experiencing a priority shift. I leave tomorrow for Santa Barbara where my father has […]

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A story of sea kayaking and science on the rugged coast of Alaska. Coming – Spring 2014.

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