Josh from Scroggin Skate Co just put up this edit from a recent trip out to San Francisco to catch up with Maine’s Elijah Akerley.
Just came across a batch of photos that I hadn’t posted here yet. These are from late Fall in Maine with Flowfold’s Nick Power and some of his crew.
Ryan Lafean put together this 7 minute clip featuring Elijah Akerly. Elijah’s moving to SF in a couple days, we can’t wait to see more from him out there!
Spent some time in Lewiston shooting with Elijah, Josh, Ryan, John, and the rest of the crew. The city’s got a ton of spots tucked into the neighborhoods if you search for them. Lewiston’s got a solid crew and a great scene going on. Plus there’s some great architecture around to be amazed by.
Elijah Akerley, front blunt.
Elijah Akerley, wallride nollie.
Josh Goodman, boulder ollie.
Elijah Akerley, back 180.
Ryan Lafean, hydrant ollie.
Elijah Akerley, no-comply.
Max Bristol, Lewiston Park.
Josh Goodman, Lewiston Park.
Elijah Akerley, boneless.
Elijah Akerley, kickflip.
Ryan Lafean, front smith.
Ammon, mini ramp session.
Zack, frontside flip.
Elijah Akerley, crail.
Elijah Akerley, one foot 5-0.
A recent late summer Saturday at Higgins Beach.
These dudes putting in work on a Saturday.
Couldn’t ask for a better day to hike up to Tumbledown Pond.
We spent some time out in West Forks working on an upcoming project (more on that later). We meet up with Bud and his buddy Ed at Berry’s General Store, then drove out about 15 miles into the woods and arrived at their camp site. Spent a few minutes there, then headed out to the first spot.
Bud and Ed fished about four hours fishing the first spot for trout and salmon without much going on, so we headed back to the campsite for a quick lunch, Bud tied a couple flies, we did a quick interview, listened to some fish tales, then headed out to another spot to finish the afternoon casting flies.
Not much action at the second spot, besides a couple hits and a small trout catch and release.
We spent the whole day out on the river in beautiful locations with great people. Fish or no fish, the day was a success and well spent when you look around and take in where you are. We also got to witness a great friendship that goes back many years of these guys spending their days out here at camp fishing and just enjoying life.
This is Maine, and the way life should be.
Lunch, fish tales, and a fly tying session.
Head out to check another spot for fish.
Dean O’Keeffe up early.