our friends & People We admire
Check our Charlotte and Isak Rydlund's Canadive Clean-up project. These two drove across Canada cleaning up our waters and making the underwater environment a better place for everyone. We met them in Tofino, British Columbia at the end of their journey. They even dove our Steep N' Deep Project test site at Brynnor Mine. Thank you for dedicating your time and resources to such a noble project. Proud of you and hope others will continue your legacy and continually clean any site they dive. Please follow the links to their website and support them. Cheers.
Meet Dr Luanne Freer of the Himalayan Rescue Association, who heads up the medical operation for Everest Basecamp. Their mission is to provide altitude-experienced compassionate quality health care and preventative education to the climbing community, their support staff and trekking-through public in base camp, using proceeds from this care to subsidize free/low cost health care for the sherpa people of the Khumbu region of Nepal.
The Big Ski
This is a friend and adventurer named Anders Morley. Zac and Anders met in the small hours of the morning in Vancouver's Central Station in November 2012 at the beginning of our respective adventures. Anders was setting out with a sled full of gear to cross-country ski across Canada alone. Zac was hauling an equally sized bag full of dive gear to take a commercial dive job at the end of the road in Tofino, British Columbia. We got to talking and were fast friends. We teamed up and helped each other haul our mountain of equipment throughout the next few hours of buses and ferry rides. Good friends made at the time you need them. Anders made a fortune in friends along his journey and documented his experiences as he went via website updates. We are looking forward to reading about them all in the upcoming book, but check out his website until then. -ZB