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The Art of Surf Stoke in Nicaragua

by Maya Seaman I grew up in Leucadia, a coastal town near San Diego where surfing is a religion. For me, it started as an alternative to smoking pot or listening to my parents fight. My first board came out of a neighbor’s trash can and my first blister came from walking barefoot to the […]

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How to Build a Fence With a Machete & Other Lessons

By Maya Seaman When Reyes Vado decided his garden’s newly built fence needed an access gate, he bent down and grabbed, of course, his machete. It’s amazing what a machete can do in the hands of an expert like Vado, a typically sweet, wire-framed Nicaraguan who works in a local salt mine. Or the damage […]

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