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We’ve all learned a lot this past year. And it’s given us a renewed appreciation for what matters most in life—the healing power of outdoor time with family, friends, and our dogs, the innate need for adventures that test us, and the easy access to fun on local water and lands.
We want to acknowledge and celebrate these gifts. So, we’ve gathered a few moments from our past that we’re thankful for—moments worth remembering. And we’ve developed a few Holiday How-to Videos to help you make the most of the good times to come.
Make Time for the Most Important People in Your World
LEFT:Orvis Asheville Fishing Manager Saravanan Sankaran and his daughter Uma take in the rhythms of bluegrass during a “Friendsgiving” celebration.
TOP RIGHT:Bryan Barksdale, who once traveled the world performing, plays his guitar for a small group of friends gathered around the campfire in Texas Hill Country. Photo: Will Hereford
BOTTOM RIGHT: Every summer Hannah Perkins visited her grandfather the late Leigh H. Perkins, who ran Orvis for 27 years, at his home in Wyoming where the two fished the Christensen Creek. He shared with her his curiosity, empathy, and sense of humility—all of which she is constantly reminded of when she’s out in nature. Hannah, a third-generation owner, is now a Women’s Product Developer.
LEFT: After a fly-fishing show in California, the Orvis Adventures Team hit the road and headed north to the North Umpqua River in Oregon. Seth Berger is shown here spey fishing for trout; Drew Nisbet, Orvis Adventures community leader, snapped the photo.
TOP RIGHT: Whenever we need to unplug and recharge, we grab our go-kit and head for a spot that’s off the beaten track, like this campsite near Sisters, Oregon. Photo: Tom Rafalovich
BOTTOM RIGHT: Award-winning photographer Joanna Lentini and marine biologist Dr. Frida Lara reconnect with their friends from a sea lion rescue team in Baja California, Mexico while camping on Isla Espiritu. Photo: Christina Holmes