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Peter Devries & Noah Cohen Get Sky High in Cold Depths of British Columbia

All it takes is the weather to hit 50 and some of the Californians I know get scared out of their wits to hit the water. Not for Peter Devries and Noah Cohen. The frigid cold winter was the perfect excuse to pull out the insulated wetty, booties, and hood and trek out to British Columbia. It was there the guys found a great spot to get sky high with no one around to get in their way. Wonder how cold the water was!

Stormy Mondays from Peter Devries on Vimeo.

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