Today’s Serving of Stoke: Pacific Wayfarer

An ambitious journey to capture the raw human spirit that is displayed daily in the Canadian surf scene. Dylan Maranda’s short documentary film follows Michael Darling, a surfing veteran, in a day of his life, traversing the Canadian outback to surf a hidden reef slab off the coast of Juan de Fuca.



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