Mulcoy's World: Up north
Everybody has his idea of paradise. Mulcoy's just happens to involve foul-weather gear.
There's something about being up north that makes one feel a bit on the small side. The trees, the mountains, the ocean: Everything's big up here.
Hiking in's the hard part. Getting down the mountain's no problem at all.
Breaking out of the trees and the powder, Josh Mulcoy makes the most of a day in the mountains before migrating to a more coastal climate.
The mountain and the man: Mulcoy drawing a surfer's line through the frozen stuff.
A man for all conditions, Mulcoy has no problem trading the wetsuit for snow gear. Anything to draw a few clean lines.
"Anybody seen a left-hander around here?"
Gorillas in the Mist
In search of a dry place to post up: easier said than done along the northern Pacific rim.
Frosty the Left
It may not be blue like Tahiti, or warm like Tahiti, but it is exotic.
With nary a surfer to be seen for miles, there's nothing to do but wait for the tide to get right.
The wild coast of the northern hinterlands.
Shelter from the elements wasn't always easy to come by, but a driftwood hut made for good cover as the surf rolled in.
Finding a running left in the cold of the Northwest, the crew scored both surf and snow.