Jim and Nate cruising Main Beach in the spring sunshine!
Collin hopped on a bike in Maine last summer and biked to California. He's now on the other side of the Pacific Ocean. Here's some pictures he just sent us from New Zealand! Make sure to check out his blog, West With the Sun.
Check out Lemonade playing on the roof of the Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn from Fader TV. Keep an eye on the glasses as well... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iul2EPq_ugs&feature=player_embedded
Our friends from the GLP Oceanic Exploration Society (GLPOES) sent us some pictures of Harbor Seals they spotted on their adventures in the Fishers Island Sound this week. Harbor Seals are the only marine mammal common to the Long Island Sound, where they can be found from around mid-November through April. They have spotted coats with fur that varies from white to gray to brown and males can weigh up to almost 300 lbs and be up to 6 feet in length. The seals are very curious and will often approach you if you are in the water kayaking or paddelboarding. On land, the best chance to spot them is when they are basking in the sun on rocks or beaches.