Falling through the ice, now I’m cold and wet.

Just saying, falling through the ice. I’m not really a huge fan. I’ve had this happen a few times; it’s not a great feeling. The heavy clothes, the cold feet, the struggle to warm up the inside and outside of you. But I assure you, The first time I fell through the ice it wasn’t my last, but I dressed differently, which made all the difference in the world.

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Brian is an outdoor photographer and videographer. He has gone on expeditions around the world chasing people, animals and stories.

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Brian Garrity

Brian Garrity

Brian is an outdoor photographer and videographer. He has gone on expeditions around the world chasing people, animals and stories.

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