Cleaning the beach and remembering to breathe.
Downward dog is harder than it looks.
One pretty nice weekend in Montauk, our friends at Fair Harbor decided to come out and take the lead at The Boneyard. The sun was shining and we decided to do some good. Particularly for the ocean. We love our sea creatures—as you might know. That’s one of the things that makes Fair Harbor and Whalebone compatible.
After sipping some coffee on Saturday afternoon, we embarked on a mission to help out some of the big blue’s residents over at Gin Beach. The Fair Harbor team, the Whalebone team, and a good group of our friends did some cleaning. No Windex though. Just picking up what shouldn’t be there in the first place. Feels good doing good. Feels even better doing good when there’s rosé and beer waiting for you when you get back. After chatting up a (figurative) storm, it was time to turn it in for the night.
Sunday morning rolled around and maybe a little worse for the wear, we came back to the Boneyard and had our good friend Sarrah Strimel waiting for us, yoga mats and all. We got our stretching and jamming on with some toe-tappin’ tunes, some awesome people and the yellow dog and company. Those Fair Harbor trunks are pretty comfortable for the whole day, especially when you’re upside down trying to breathe and also stretch. Ever tried the pigeon pose before? After working up a sweat, our friends over at OSEA, Sail Away, and Whispering Angel put the pep back in our step, leaving us rejuvenated and drinking more rosé. A pretty nice reward after a weekend filled with doing good for ourselves and the planet. Including the sea creatures. This felt good. Let’s do it again soon.