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Dave needed a break from his busy schedule of being a single father of three, a 21-year combat veteran, and a neurosurgical nurse practitioner. Whistler Mountain Bike Park was just the place to do so. Find out how careening at 30+ mph through rugged and scenic mountain trails made Dave recognize some major shifts he needed in his life.
Flying was freedom for ZYN fan Alek while he was a Blackhawk crew chief in his twenties. However, his life took a detour, and he was grounded. Now more than a decade later, Alek is again jumping into the pilot seat at the famous BlackHawk Ranch in Valley Springs, California. See how he defied both gravity and the circumstances that left him earthbound all those years ago.
Chris loves the peace and calm of fishing. It’s not every day that he has the chance to visit Montana, one of the most beautiful fly-fishing spots in the U.S. We sent Chris and his friends for to fly-fish in mountain brooks surrounded by golden aspens and camping in the wilderness. Did Chris find his ZYN and a record-breaking rainbow trout? Watch and see.
The waters off Kona on Hawaii’s Big Island are known for their record-breaking tuna, wahoo, and marlin, which can exceed 200 pounds. ZYN fan David has always wanted to hook, battle, and haul in a trophy fish, so we sent him to Kona to realize his dream. Did he succeed? Give David’s episode a watch and find out.
In the fifth episode of our series, we tell the story of ZYN fan, Harrison, who has spent most of his youth on boats and views them as his “escape pods.” But as Harrison grew up, he also drifted away from sailing. So, we sent Harrison and his wife to the translucent waters of the U.S. Virgin Islands to reconnect with his past. Was Harrison able to unplug and reclaim his love of the silence of sailing? Check out the episode to find out!
In the sixth and final episode of the season, we have the story of ZYN fan and paramedic, Christy. For years, Christy has loved the thrill of searching for fossils and finding pieces millions of years old, so we sent her and few friends to the famous “Boneyard” on Peace River in Florida. But what she ended up finding turned out to be much more valuable than relics of the past.